Kathleen Harrison

Kathleen Harrison


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Night Must Fall (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Perfectly Ordinary English People Joining the interrogation by Matthew Boulton as detective Belsize, who’s just introduced himself to Mrs. Bramson (Dame May Whitty), mistress of a quiet country household, with Kathleen Harrison her cook and Rosalind Russell her niece and assistant, providing a speech from the Emlyn Williams play, in MGM’s Night Must Fall, 1937, starring Academy Award-nominated Robert Montgomery.
Oliver Twist (1948) -- (Movie Clip) You're Under Me! Undertaker Sowerberry (Gibb McLaughlin), is persuaded by Bumble (Francis L. Sullivan) to take in John Howard Davies (title character), who then meets Charlotte, Mrs. Sowerberry and Claypole (Diana Dors, Kathleen Harrison, Michael Dear), in David Lean's version of Dickens' Oliver Twist, 1948.
Bank Holiday (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Keep The Place Wally Patch (as "Arthur") and Kathleen Harrison (as "May") are working class London parents at the station, one daughter named presumably for Princess Marina, headed for the Brighton shore in Carol Reed's Bank Holiday (a.k.a. Three On A Week-End, 1938.
Trio (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Somerset Maugham The author introducing the first story, from his home in the south of France, producer Sydney Box's follow up to Quartet, 1949, Trio, 1950, beginning with "The Verger," featuring James Hayter, Kathleen Harrison and Michael Hordern, directed by Ken Annakin.
Ghoul, The (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Who's That? Professor Morlant (Boris Karloff) has come back to life as his heirs (Anthony Bushell and Dorothy Hyson) worry and hanger-on Kaney (Kathleen Harrison) gets a lucky break in The Ghoul, 1933.
Ghoul, The (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Queer Ideas Vicar Mr. Hartley (young Ralph Richardson) asserts himself amid battling heirs and bystanders and the lawyer (Cedric Hardwicke) in the dark home of the deceased Professor Morlant in The Ghoul, 1933.
Cast A Dark Shadow -- (Movie Clip) Open, Second Honeymoon Mona Washbourne and Dirk Bogarde enjoy beachfront Haunted House ride as metaphor, in the opening from director Lewis Gilbert's Cast A Dark Shadow, 1955, also starring Margaret Lockwood and Kay Walsh.
Cast A Dark Shadow -- (Movie Clip) Teddy Bear Elderly "Moni" (Mona Washbourne) uses her pet name for her husband Edward Bare (Dirk Bogarde), one last time, as he's quietly bumping her off, in Lewis Gilbert's Cast A Dark Shadow, 1955.