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1947. 1066 and All That. Richard Littledale, Wallas Eaton.

1948 17th October .A gala revue at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane to promote National Savings !! Cast includes John Mills & Leslie Mitchell, Moira Lister & David Peel, exerpts from opera & ballet, revue including Hattie Jacques, Stanley Holloway, Lupino Lane, 1st Bn. Scots Guards,Finale of THE LAMBETH WALK including Hermione Gingold, Margaret Rutherford, Doris Hare, Bobby Howes,Ronald Shiner.

Here Come the Huggetts1948
The History of Mr. Polly 1949,

Dance hall 1950 with Petula Clarke

Double Exposure 1954 Thought to Kill 1954 Tiger by the Tail 1955 No Smoking 1955 Stranger's Meeting 1957 ANOTHER

TIME, ANOTHER PLACE film(1958) Sean Connery Debut

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Shakespeare Company and The National Theatre. Doris had a long and outstanding career but was always modest about this. The roles she played were many and varied and was a forces sweetheart of The Merchant Navy often heard on radio during the war in "Shipmates Ashore"

Doris never forgot her roots and carried on working until she sadly passed away at the age of 95. The actress died on at Denville Hall, the actors' retirement home in Northwood, Middlesex. The role of Mum made her famous around the world, but she played so many other roles that her whole life was that of acting, and was to be a subject of THIS IS YOUR LIFE.

Opening Night 1935
Jubilee Window 1935
She Couldn't Say No 1939
North Sea Patrol 1939
She Couldn't Say No 1940 with Tommy Trinder

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