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Anne Crawford (I) (1920–1956)


Anne Crawford was born on November 22, 1920 in Haifa, Palestine as Imelda Anne Crawford. She was an actress, known for Knights of the Round Table (1953), Daughter of Darkness (1948) and Caravan (1946). She was married to Wallace Douglas and James Hartley. She died on October 17, 1956 in London, England. See full bio »

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(age 35) in London, England, UK

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Known For

(1953)
Daughter of Darkness Bess Stanforth
(1948)
Caravan Oriana
(1946)
The Night Invader Karen Lindley
(1943)

Filmography

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 1956 Opportunity Murder (TV Series)
Vera Lewis
- A Choice of Solutions (1956) ... Vera Lewis
- A Choice of Suspects (1956) ... Vera Lewis
- A Choice of Killers (1956) ... Vera Lewis
- A Choice of Motives (1956) ... Vera Lewis
- View the Weapon (1956) ... Vera Lewis
 1952-1955 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Carol Lindsay / Stella Tabret / Jill Manning / ...
- The Leader of the House (1955) ... Carol Lindsay
- The Sacred Flame (1955) ... Stella Tabret
- Waiting for Gillian (1954) ... Jill Manning
- Three Plays by Benn W. Levy (1952) ... Cast member 'The Great Healer'
 1955 The Mulberry Accelerator (TV Series)
Polly Arden
- Episode #1.6 (1955) ... Polly Arden
- Episode #1.5 (1955) ... Polly Arden
- Episode #1.4 (1955) ... Polly Arden
- Episode #1.3 (1955) ... Polly Arden
- Episode #1.2 (1955) ... Polly Arden
 1954 Mad About Men
Barbara Davenport
 1954 Out of Bounds (TV Short)
Sophie Garnett
 1954 The Six Proud Walkers (TV Series)
Polly Arden
- The Twelve Apostles (1954) ... Polly Arden
- The Seven Stars (1954) ... Polly Arden
- The Lilywhite Boys (1954) ... Polly Arden
- One Is One.... and All Alone (1954) ... Polly Arden
- The Rivals (1954) ... Polly Arden
 1954 Rheingold Theatre (TV Series)
Laura Barrie
- Pattern for Glory (1954) ... Laura Barrie
 1953 Knights of the Round Table
Morgan Le Fay
 1953 Strictly Personal (TV Series)
Diana Wilson
- Double Barrels (1953) ... Diana Wilson
- Wacko Wainwright Gets Pranged (1953) ... Diana Wilson
- The Rev. Pinsent Explodes a Theory (1953) ... Diana Wilson
- Someone Knows Too Much (1953) ... Diana Wilson
- Enter the Villain (1953) ... Diana Wilson
 1953 Both Sides of the Law
WPC Susan
 1951 Thunder on the Hill
Isabel Jeffreys
 1950-1951 Repertory Theatre (TV Series)
Margaret Fuller / Theresa
- Let Them Be Sea Captains (1951) ... Margaret Fuller
- The Gambler (1950) ... Theresa
 1950 Trio
Mrs. Ramsey (segment "Mr. Know-All")
 1950 Tony Draws a Horse
Clare Fleming
 1949 Lady Audley's Secret (TV Movie)
Alicia Audley
 1949 Miranda (TV Movie)
Lady Marten
 1948 Reunion (TV Movie)
Sophy Ross
 1948 It's Hard to Be Good
Mary Leighton
 1948 The Blind Goddess
Lady Helen Brasted
 1948 Daughter of Darkness
Bess Stanforth
 1947 Nightbeat
Julie Kendall
 1947 The Master of Bankdam
Anne Pickersgill
 1946 After Dinner (TV Movie)
Laina Penrose
 1946 Bedelia
Ellen
 1946 Caravan
Oriana
 1945 They Were Sisters
Vera
 1944 Two Thousand Women
Margaret Long
 1944 The Hundred Pound Window
Joan Draper
 1943 The Night Invader
Karen Lindley
 1943 Headline
Anne
 1943 The Dark Tower
Mary
 1943 Millions Like Us
Jennifer
 1943 The Peterville Diamond
Teri Mortimer
 1942 Wings and the Woman
ATA Girl (uncredited)
 1938 Prison Without Bars (uncredited)
Show Show Self (2 credits)

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Other Works:

The Green Bay Tree (1951). Drama (revival). Written by Mordaunt Shairp. Directed by Shepard Traube. John Golden Theatre: 1 Feb 1951- 17 Feb 1951 (20 performances). Cast: Anne Crawford (as "Leonora Yale"), Denholm Elliott (as "Julian"), Joseph Schildkraut (as "Mr. Dulcimer"), Francis Compton (as "Trump"), Mercer McLeod (as "Mr. ... See more »

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Beautiful, sadly short-lived British leading lady with a gentle, good-humoured personality. She was born in Palestine to Scottish parents and raised in Edinburgh. See more »

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