Heather Thatcher Movies List

Heather Thatcher
Heather Thatcher
03-09-1896
London, England, UK
14
But the Flesh is Weak

Actor Heather Thatcher Filmography

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Josephine and Men
Josephine and Men ( English )
Director: Roy Boulting
Release date: 09-11-1955
Dear Mr. Prohack
Dear Mr. Prohack ( English )
Director: Thornton Freeland
Music Director: Temple Abady
Release date: 14-07-1950
Anna Karenina
Anna Karenina ( English )
Director: Julien Duvivier , Maisie Kelly
Music Director: Constant Lambert , John Cox , Hubert Clifford
Release date: 22-01-1948
Gaslight
Gaslight ( English )
Director: George Cukor
Music Director: Douglas Shearer , Joe Edmondson
Release date: 04-05-1944
Journey for Margaret
Journey for Margaret ( English )
Director: W.S. Van Dyke
Release date: 17-12-1942
The Undying Monster
The Undying Monster ( English )
Artist: James Ellison , Heather Angel , John Howard , Heather Thatcher , Aubrey Mather
Director: John Brahm
Release date: 27-11-1942
We Were Dancing
We Were Dancing ( English )
Director: Robert Z. Leonard
Release date: 30-04-1942
Man Hunt
Man Hunt ( English )
Artist: Walter Pidgeon , Joan Bennett , George Sanders , John Carradine , Roddy McDowall
Director: Fritz Lang
Music Director: Alfred Newman
Release date: 13-06-1941
Girls' School
Girls' School ( English )
Artist: Anne Shirley , Cecil Cunningham , Pierre Watkin , Doris Kenyon , Heather Thatcher
Director: John Brahm
Release date: 30-09-1938
If I Were King
If I Were King ( English )
Director: Frank Lloyd
Music Director: Richard Hageman
Release date: 28-09-1938
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Heather Thatcher Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Heather Thatcher (3 September 1896 – 15 February 1987) was an English actress in theatre and films. She was from London. The Plaything (1929), produced by Castleton Knight and Elstree Studios, begins as a silent film. It develops into an audible film which is recorded in good quality for its time. The theme concerns a Highland laird who falls in love with a hedonistic London heiress. Thatcher plays a prominent role as Martyn Bennett. In 1931 she visited Hollywood while attending the wedding of James Gleason. As a star of English comedy, she was being compared to Marilyn Miller, Thatcher wore a monocle to the marriage ceremony. In the autumn of 1931 she was invited to a reception following the premiere of Strictly Dishonorable (1931), at the Carthay Circle Theatre. Among her friends in films were Anthony Bushell and Zelma O'Neal. Thatcher was signed by MGM in February 1932. She was given a feature role in But The Flesh Is Weak (1932). The film stars Robert Montgomery and is directed by Jack Conway. The film was adapted from a British stage production which showcased Novello. Thatcher was praised for her performance. German actress, Nora Gregor was found disappointing. The English actress "gives a brilliant performance and creates the only human being in the piece." Thatcher sued Gloria Swanson British Productions for breach of contract in a suit which was settled in December 1933. During the filming of Perfect Understanding (1933) Thatcher's contract was cancelled before the production was completed. No explanation was given. She was excluded from the film when a new author was hired. The replacement writer chose to eliminate her character. The Private Life of Don Juan (1934) was also filmed at Elstree Studios. The film has Douglas Fairbanks Sr. as its leading man. Owen Nares plays the title role and Thatcher is Anna Dora, one of the ladies. Later in her career Thatcher returned to Britain to make films. Among these is Will Any Gentleman...? (1953), filmed at Elstree Studios in Borehamwood. Thatcher appears together with George Cole and Veronica Hurst. The film was a short adventure about a hypnotist who puts a man in a trance. Thatcher made her last films in 1955. The Deep Blue Sea has a screenplay written by Terence Rattigan and features Vivien Leigh and Kenneth More. Thatcher depicts Aunt May Luton in Josephine and Men. The film is a comedy starring Glynis Johns and Peter Finch.

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