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May Whitty

May WhittyAKA Mary Louise Whitty

Born: 19-Jun-1865
Birthplace: Liverpool, England
Died: 29-May-1948
Location of death: Beverly Hills, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - unspecified

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Night Must Fall

Father: Alfred Whitty
Mother: Mary Louisa Ashton
Husband: Ben Webster (actor, m. 1892, d. 26-Feb-1947, one daughter)
Daughter: Margaret Webster (b. 15-Mar-1905, d. 13-Nov-1972)

    Dame of the British Empire 1918

    The Return of October (26-Oct-1948)
    The Sign of the Ram (3-Mar-1948) · Clara Brastock
    If Winter Comes (31-Dec-1947) · Mrs. Perch
    Green Dolphin Street (5-Nov-1947) · Mother Superior
    This Time for Keeps (17-Oct-1947) · Grandmother Cambaretti
    Devotion (5-Apr-1946) · Lady Thornton
    My Name Is Julia Ross (8-Nov-1945) · Mrs. Hughes
    The White Cliffs of Dover (11-May-1944) · Nanny
    Gaslight (4-May-1944) · Miss Thwaites
    Madame Curie (15-Dec-1943) · Mme. Eugene Curie
    Flesh and Fantasy (29-Oct-1943)
    Lassie Come Home (10-Oct-1943) · Dally
    Stage Door Canteen (24-Jun-1943) · Herself
    The Constant Nymph (23-Jun-1943) · Lady Constance Longborough
    Crash Dive (22-Apr-1943) · Grandmother
    Slightly Dangerous (1-Apr-1943) · Baba
    Forever and a Day (21-Jan-1943)
    Thunder Birds (19-Oct-1942) · Lady Stackhouse
    Mrs. Miniver (4-Jun-1942) · Lady Beldon
    Suspicion (14-Nov-1941) · Mrs. McLaidlaw
    One Night in Lisbon (14-May-1941)
    A Bill of Divorcement (13-May-1940) · Aunt Hester Fairfield
    Raffles (29-Dec-1939)
    The Lady Vanishes (1-Nov-1938) · Miss Froy
    I Met My Love Again (14-Jan-1938) · Aunt William
    Conquest (22-Oct-1937) · Laetitia Bonaparte
    The Thirteenth Chair (7-May-1937) · Mme. Rosalie La Grange
    Night Must Fall (30-Apr-1937) · Mrs. Bramson

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