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Elizabeth Allan: (1910 – 1990) was an English actress who worked in both Britain and Hollywood, making about 50 films over more than a quarter century. Her first US/UK co-production and first US production came in 1933, and she worked in the United States under contract with MGM. 1935 was her most memorable year in Hollywood, when she not only distinguished herself in two memorable Dickens' adaptations as David's unfortunate young mother in George Cukor's “David Copperfield” and as Lucie Manette in Jack Conway's “A Tale of Two Cities”, but was also featured in Tod Browning's “Mark of the Vampire”. Particularly memorable is her appearance as Trevor Howard's brittle and dissatisfied wife in the film adaptation of Graham Greene's “The Heart of the Matter” (1953). In 1958, she appeared as Boris Karloff's wife in “The Haunted Strangler”.
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