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Mary Glynne (1895–1954)

Mary Glynne was born on January 25, 1895 in Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales as Mary Aitken. She was an actress, known for The Good Companions (1933), Emil and the Detectives (1935) and Scrooge (1935). She was married to Dennis Neilson-Terry and John Mannell. She died on September 19, 1954 in London, England. See full bio »

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The Good Companions Miss Elizabeth Trant
Scrooge Belle
Tilly of Bloomsbury Lady Marian Mainwaring


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 1949 Myself a Stranger (TV Movie)
Ellen Crawford
 1948 Tilly of Bloomsbury (TV Movie)
Lady Marian Mainwaring
 1948 The Breadwinner (TV Movie)
Dorothy Granger
 1939 Inquest (TV Movie)
Margaret Hamilton
 1937 The Angelus
Sister Angelica
 1936 The Heirloom Mystery
Lady Benton
 1936 Grand Finale
Lina Parsons
 1935 Scrooge
 1935 Regal Cavalcade
 1935 Emil and the Detectives
Mrs. Blake
 1934 The Outcast
Eve Baxter
 1934 Flat Number Three
Mrs. Rivington
 1933 The Lost Chord
Countess Madeleine
 1933 The Good Companions
Miss Elizabeth Trant
 1931 Inquest
Margaret Hamilton
 1921 The Call of Youth (Short)
Betty Overton
 1921 The Bonnie Brier Bush
Flora Campbell
 1921 Dangerous Lies
Joan Farrant
 1921 The Mystery Road
Lady Susan Farrington
 1921 Candytuft, I Mean Veronica
Veronica Anstruther
 1921 The Princess of New York
Helen Stanton
 1921 Appearances
Kitty Mitchell
 1921 The White Hen
Celeste de Crequy
 1920 The Hundredth Chance
Lady Maud Brian
 1920 Unmarried
Vivien Allington
 1919 His Last Defence
Dorothea Oddington
 1919 The Cry for Justice

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British leading actress, from the West End stage. On screen from 1919, she tended to portray well-bred, upper-crust ladies. See more »

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