Maxine Audley Movies List

Maxine Audley
Maxine Audley
London, England
Der schlafende Tiger

Actor Maxine Audley Filmography

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      Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed
      Director: Terence Fisher
      Music Director: James Bernard
      Released Date: 20-05-1969
      Sinful Davey
      Sinful Davey ( English )
      Director: John Huston
      Music Director: Ken Thorne
      Released Date: 07-05-1969
      House of Cards
      House of Cards ( English )
      Director: John Guillermin
      Music Director: Francis Lai
      Released Date: 16-09-1968
      Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush
      Director: Clive Donner
      Released Date: 04-03-1968
      The Agony and the Ecstasy
      Director: Carol Reed
      Music Director: Alex North , Franco Potenza
      Released Date: 07-10-1965
      Peeping Tom
      Peeping Tom ( English )
      Director: Michael Powell
      Released Date: 16-05-1960
      Hell Is a City
      Hell Is a City ( English )
      Director: Val Guest
      Music Director: Stanley Black
      Released Date: 10-04-1960
      Bluebeard's 10 Honeymoons
      Director: W. Lee Wilder , John Roddick
      Music Director: Albert Elms
      Released Date: 02-04-1960
      A King in New York
      A King in New York ( English )
      Director: Charlie Chaplin
      Released Date: 25-10-1957
      The Sleeping Tiger
      The Sleeping Tiger ( English )
      Artist: Dirk Bogarde , Alexis Smith , Alexander Knox , Hugh Griffith , Patricia McCarron
      Director: Joseph Losey
      Music Director: Malcolm Arnold
      Released Date: 21-06-1954
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          Maxine Audley Biography

          ?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Maxine Audley (29 April 1923 – 23 July 1992) was an English theatre and film actress. She made her professional stage debut in July 1940 at the Open Air Theatre. Throughout her career, Audley performed with both the Old Vic company and the Royal Shakespeare Company multiple times. She appeared in more than 20 films, the first of which was the 1948 adaptation of Anna Karenina. Description above from the Wikipedia article Maxine Audley, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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