Renée Houston Movies List

Renée Houston
Renée Houston
24-07-1902
Johnstone, Renfrewshire, Scotland
18
The Peterville Diamond

Actor Renée Houston Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 18 movies
Legend of the Werewolf
Director: Freddie Francis
Release date: 06-08-1975
Carry On At Your Convenience
Director: Gerald Thomas
Release date: 01-12-1971
Cul-de-Sac
Cul-de-Sac ( English )
Director: Roman Polanski
Music Director: Krzysztof Komeda
Release date: 01-02-1966
Secrets of a Windmill Girl
Artist: April Wilding , Pauline Collins , Renée Houston , Derek Bond , Harry Fowler
Director: Arnold L. Miller
Release date: 02-01-1966
Repulsion
Repulsion ( English )
Director: Roman Polanski
Music Director: Chico Hamilton
Release date: 07-07-1965
Carry On Cabby
Carry On Cabby ( English )
Director: Gerald Thomas
Release date: 01-06-1963
Out of the Fog
Out of the Fog ( English )
Director: Montgomery Tully
Release date: 01-09-1962
歌剧魅影
歌剧魅影 ( English )
Director: Terence Fisher
Music Director: Edwin Astley
Release date: 15-08-1962
No, My Darling Daughter
Director: Ralph Thomas
Music Director:
Release date: 22-08-1961
The Flesh and the Fiends
Artist: Peter Cushing , Donald Pleasence , George Rose , June Laverick , Renée Houston
Director: John Gilling
Music Director: Stanley Black
Release date: 24-01-1961
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Renée Houston Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Born in Johnstone, Renfrewshire, as Katherina Houston Gribbin she toured music halls and revues with her sister Billie Houston as the "Houston Sisters". In 1926, the sisters made a short musical film, the script of which Renée had written. It was produced by Lee De Forest, whose process, Phonofilm, enabled a soundtrack to be played alongside the film (a year before The Jazz Singer). Houston married three times, the second was to the actor Pat Aherne, the brother of Brian Aherne. Her third husband was the actor Donald Stewart. In her later years, she specialised in "battleaxe" roles, notably as shop steward Vic Spanner's (Kenneth Cope) formidable mother in Carry On at Your Convenience (1971). She published her autobiography in 1974 which was entitled Don't Fence Me In. Houston was also in the early episodes of radio's The Clitheroe Kid and a regular guest on radio panel show The Petticoat Line chaired by Anona Winn. She died in London at the age of 77 on 9 February 1980.

Popular Co-Stars of Renée Houston

Peter Cushing
3 Movies
Joan Sims
3 Movies
Sid James
3 Movies
Carole Shelley
2 Movies
George Rose
2 Movies
Michael Gough
2 Movies

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