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Madeleine (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Many Eyes Are Upon Her At a Glasgow society ball, Mrs. Smith (Barbara Everest) chats while her daughter (Ann Todd, title character) dances first with her father (Leslie Banks) then with Minnoch (Norman Wooland), spurned lover L'Angelier (Ivan Desny) observing, in director David Lean's fact-based Madeleine, 1950.
Madeleine (1950) -- (Movie Clip) We Are Quite Alone Affluent Ann Todd (title character) has lured her lover from Glasgow (Ivan Desny) to her family’s country estate, joining him outside the grounds for an encounter overlooking the neighboring village, Todd’s husband, the director David Lean, engaging in some exhilarating cutting, in Madeleine, 1950, based on a famous 1857 murder case.
Seventh Veil, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) I Said How Old Are You? Still narrating, in flashback and under hypnosis, Francesca (Ann Todd) tells guardian Nicholas (James Mason) of her plans to marry, making little impression, in director Compton Bennett's The Seventh Veil, 1945, from a story by Muriel Box and screenplay with her husband Sydney.
Seventh Veil, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) He Was My Father's Second Cousin Hypnotized by shrink Herbert Lom, suicidal pianist Francesca (Ann Todd) recalls a boarding school trauma, then a precursor to Blofeld as she recalls events leading to her first meeting with not-quite Uncle Nicholas (James Mason), in director Compton Bennett's The Seventh Veil, 1945.
Seventh Veil, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Suburban Shopgirl Trash Still in her hypnotic flashback, Francesca (Ann Todd) recalls meeting Peter (Hugh McDermott), then is surprised to find her guardian Nicholas (James Mason) returned from his travels and evaluating her progress, in the British period thriller The Seventh Veil, 1945.
Seventh Veil, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) She Will Talk To Me Opening sequence finds Francesca (Ann Todd) hospitalized, then psychiatrist Larsen (Herbert Lom) leading the conversation with Parker (Ernest Davies), in The Seventh Veil, 1945, from an original story by producer Sydney and wife Muriel Box.
Things to Come (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Gas of Peace As war-lord "The Boss" (Ralph Richardson) rages, the modern allies of his captive Cabal (Raymond Massey) are dropping giant ping-pong balls containing the sleep-inducing "Gas of Peace," in designer-director William Cameron Menzies' interpretation of H.G. Wells' Things to Come, 1936.
Things to Come (1936) -- (Movie Clip) 1967, 1970 A brief graphic-text update covering decades of warfare and disease is a prelude to Richard (Derrick De Marney) and Mary (Ann Todd) lamenting the lack of fuel for cars and planes in H.G. Wells' Things to Come, 1936, directed by the celebrated designer William Cameron Menzies.
So Evil My Love (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Not A Suitable Companion Nervous widow Olivia (Ann Todd), still unaware of her boyfriend's crimes, seeks support from old school friend Susan (Geraldine Fitzgerald), warned off by her mother-in-law (Martita Hunt) in So Evil My Love, 1948.
So Evil My Love (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Come Into The Light Artist Mark (Ray Milland), his criminal past still a secret, makes strides toward seducing his new landlady Olivia (Ann Todd), the widow of a missionary, in director Lewis Allen's So Evil My Love, 1948.
So Evil My Love (1948) -- (Movie Clip) What Do You Know Of God? Opening scene, Olivia (Ann Todd), widow of a missionary, is persuaded to help malaria patients, especially Mark (Ray Milland), on a ship from Jamaica home to Liverpool, in Paramount's So Evil My Love, 1948.
Paradine Case, The -- (Movie Clp) Such Excellent Taste Lawyer's wives Sophy (Ethel Barrymore) and Gay (Ann Todd) after dinner, then joined by Tony (Gregory Peck) and Tommy (Charles Laughton), who's a creep, in Alfred Hitchcock's The Paradine Case, 1948.