6 edition of Coral Browne found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 304-307) and index.
|Statement||by Rose Collis.|
|LC Classifications||PN72598.B728 C65 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||312 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||312|
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Coral Browne book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A larger-than-life character that towered over the London stage for hal /5.
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The now elderly Alice, memorably played by Coral /5(95). A bonus mix improvised by Price's salty wife, the actress Coral Browne, would have brought him some X-rated kudos. Unlike Price, however, she might not have settled for a Author: Christopher Hawtree. Coral Browne shines as Mame’s cynical actress friend, and Fred Clark shines as the dyspeptic banker determined to free Mame’s nephew (Jan Handzlick) from her corrupting influence.
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The Coral Browne Story is rich in detail, exhaustive in its coverage and supported by anecdotes from dozens of actors who knew and (mostly) adored the. Get this from a library. Coral Browne: 'this effing lady': a biography. [Rose Collis] -- "Star of stage and screen for half a century, Coral Browne was renowned for her dazzling performances, her glamour, her liberated attitude to sex, and her devastating wit." "Born in Australia, she.
The book is carefully researched and written with great admiration for the gifts of its subject. It lacks the necessary "oomph" and a more ruthless perspective. The great Coral Browne deserves a far worthier opus.
I appreciate the care that went into this book but that's about as far as it /5(16). Used - Very Good. Coral Browne: 'This Effing Lady' This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering.
The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book /5(11). The Lesbian Gateways Club on the King’s Road and The Killing of Sister George.
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“On the night he married his third wife, Coral Browne [in ], she spent the night with [an English actress] and I spent the night with Vinny. It was very nice. Everything was buddy-buddy.
Coral Browne. AKA Coral Edith Brown. Born: Jul Birthplace: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Died: May Location of death: Los Angeles, CA Cause of death: Cancer - Bre. Husband: Philip Pearman (m. d. ) Husband: Vincent Price (actor, m. Oct, until her death) Naturalized US Citizen FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR Dreamchild ( Born: The name Coral Browne is not one that you hear bandied about much these days outside of certain circles, but the world might be more fun if it were.
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Coral Browne: This ****ing Lady. The most successful Aussie actor you’ve never heard of. From West Footscray to West End star, Coral Browne was larger-than-life. A renowned acting talent, Coral was almost as famous for her bawdy wit, her glamour, her string of.
Coral Edith Browne (23 July – 29 May ) was an Australian-American stage and screen actress. Her extensive theatre credits included Broadway productions of Macbeth (), The Rehearsal () and The Right Honourable Gentleman (). She won the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress for the BBC TV film An Englishman Abroad ().
Exploring the somewhat darker and more mysterious side of Lewis Carroll's classic book, the movie follows Alice Liddell Hargreaves (Coral Browne) (the book's inspiration) as an old woman who is haunted by the characters, by whom she was once so amused. Coral Browne, who died last week at 77 after a long illness, met Vincent Price while they were making a wonderfully campy melodrama, "Theatre of Blood," in London in Author: CHARLES CHAMPLIN.
Coral Browne: ‘This Effing Lady’ was launched in October with a sell-out ‘Platform’ event at the Cottesloe, Royal National Theatre, with a star-studded audience including Prunella Scales, Timothy West, Julian Glover, Isla Blair, Frith Banbury and Pam Gems.
She is upfront about the tense and awkward relationship she had with Coral Browne, Vincent's last wife, but she also takes great care to understand how much of an imposing presence Coral was in her father's life (apparently in anyone's life!) and also recounts the great times she had with Coral once Coral began to let her guard down.5/5(5).
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It is based on the play by British playwright Frank the film, an aging lesbian television actress, June "George" Buckridge (Beryl Reid, reprising her role from the stage play), simultaneously faces the loss of her popular television role Music by: Gerald Fried.
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Directed by Gavin Millar. With Coral Browne, Ian Holm, Peter Gallagher, Caris Corfman. Exploring the somewhat darker and more mysterious side of Lewis Carroll's classic book, the movie follows Alice Liddell Hargreaves (Coral Browne) (the book's inspiration) as an old woman who is haunted by the characters, by whom she was once so amused.
As she thinks back on it, she starts to see her /10(K). There’s a lot of line learning to be done, because just like The Book Club, Amanda’s last play at The King’s Head, Coral Browne is a one woman play, “Yes, just little old me again, playing the infamous Coral Browne, it can be a strain but I love it” laughs Amanda, “She is a hell of a woman.
A lot of fun to play, and she’s very. Coral Edith Browne (23 July – 29 May ) was an Australian-American stage and screen actress. Her extensive theatre credits included Broadway productions of Macbeth (), The Rehearsal () and The Right Honourable Gentleman ().
She won the. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Coral Browne: 'This Effing Lady' at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.
Photographic portrait of Coral Browne by Cecil Beaton, mid 20th century. Browne is posed in profile wearing a light-coloured dress in the style of the mid 19th century with black lace at the neckline and front.
She is holding a book. Place of Origin. Great Britain (photographed) Date. mid 20th century (photographed) Artist/maker.
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Rita Pettigrew (Dublin, Ireland) - "It was just fantastic - a great read from start to finish, a book which I would not hesitate to recommend." (J ) Dianne Dempsey (The Age, Melbourne) - "Hats off to Angell for beckoning Miss Coral Browne, once more, to the limelight." (J ).