The Woman in the Hall

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1947 British drama film directed by Jack Lee and starring Ursula Jeans, Jean Simmons, Cecil Parker.

- The Woman in the Hall

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Jean Simmons

British actress and singer.

Simmons in a 1955 studio publicity shot
Simmons with Victor Mature in Androcles and the Lion (1952)
Grave of Jean Simmons in Highgate Cemetery (West)

She followed it with The Woman in the Hall (1947).

Cecil Parker

English actor with a distinctively husky voice, who usually played supporting roles, often characters with a supercilious demeanour, in his 91 films made between 1928 and 1969.

The Woman in the Hall (1947) as Sir Halmar Barnard

Russell Waters

Scottish film actor.

Russell Waters in Seven Days to Noon (1950)

The Woman in the Hall (1947) - Alfred

Gladys Bronwyn Stern

Gladys Bronwyn Stern or GB Stern (17 June 1890 – 20 September 1973), born Gladys Bertha Stern in London, England, wrote many novels, short stories, plays, memoirs, biographies and literary criticism.

In 1300, the City was still confined within the Roman walls.

In 1947, The Woman in the Hall was released as a film of the same title.

Ian Dalrymple

British screenwriter, film director, film editor and film producer.

A page of a screenplay

The company signed an agreement with Rank, and made The Woman in the Hall (1947), written and produced by Dalrymple and directed by Lee.

Ursula Jeans

English film, stage, and television actress.

Memorial plaque in St Paul's in Covent Garden to Jeans and her husband Roger Livesey

The Woman in the Hall (1947) - Lorna Blake

Edward Underdown

English theatre, cinema and television actor.

The Woman in the Hall (1947) - Neil Ingelfield

Hugh Miller (actor)

British stage and film actor.

1936 Spotlight photo

The Woman in the Hall (1947) as Mr. Walker

Hugh Pryse

British character actor.

in Three Cases of Murder (1955)

The Woman in the Hall (1947)

Everley Gregg

English actress.

Gregg as Dolly Messiter in Brief Encounter, 1945

The Woman in the Hall (1947) – Lady Cloy