Margaret Withers

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Margaret Withers (6 July 1893 – 26 October 1977) was a British actress mainly on the stage. [1] [2] [3]



1935 Car of Dreams Mrs. Hart
1943 The Demi-Paradise Mrs. EllistonUncredited
1944 Don't Take It to Heart Mrs. Smith
1945 Great Day Miss Jane Tyndale
1945 The Seventh Veil Uncredited
1947 Dual Alibi Blackpool LandladyUncredited
1947 The Upturned Glass Party Guest
1948 Blanche Fury Mrs. Hawkes
1948 Daybreak Mrs. Bigley
1948 The Winslow Boy Mrs. JordanUncredited
1948 Esther Waters Grover
1948 Quartet Gushing Woman(segment "The Colonel's Lady")
1949 That Dangerous Age May Drummond
1949 It's Not Cricket Mrs. Falcon
1950 The Astonished Heart Talkative Woman at PartyUncredited
1951 Encore Mrs. Bateman(segment "The Ant and the Grasshopper")
1952 Home at Seven Mrs. Watson
1952 It Started in Paradise Miss Madge
1954 The Million Pound Note Minor RoleUncredited
1954 Conflict of Wings Mrs. Tilney
1954 Beau Brummell Countess Marie DuvarreUncredited
1957 That Woman Opposite Lady Helena Lawes
1957 The Flying Scot Middle-Aged lady
1959 The 39 Steps Teacher at St. CatherinesUncredited
1959 Ferry to Hong Kong Miss Carter
1960 Beyond the Curtain Elderly British LadyUncredited
1965 How to Undress in Public Without Undue Embarrassment
1991 TV Maigret MM.Serre, elderly murderer.

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  3. McFarlane, Brian (16 May 2016). The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN   9781526111968 via Google Books.