Kathleen Harrison (23 February 1892 – 7 December 1995) was a prolific English character actress best remembered for her role as Mrs Huggett (opposite Jack Warner and Petula Clark) in a trio of British post-war comedies about a working-class family's misadventures. To modern viewers she may be best remembered as the charwoman Mrs Dilber opposite Alastair Sim in the 1951 film A Christmas Carol, and as a Cockney charlady who inherits a fortune in Mrs Thursday.
She lived to be 103.
I used to love Mrs Thursday.
Because of her connection to Jack Warner (The Huggets), I always get confused with her and Elsie and Doris Waters - his sisters
Soledad Rendón Bueno (9 July 1943 – 18 August 1970), better known by her stage names Soledad Miranda or Susann Korda (or sometimes Susan Korday), was an actress and pop singer who was born in Seville, Spain. She frequently starred in the films of Jess Franco, such as Count Dracula and Vampyros Lesbos, appearing in six films for him in 1970 alone. She also released numerous Spanish-language pop songs throughout the mid-sixties. She died in a car accident on a Lisbon highway at age 27, just as her film career was on the verge of taking off.
(I might have posted something about her before as well.) (She's amazing, though.)
No, apart from about three words. It's just those two Spanish actresses, really. I can't think of any others.
I was meaning to wait until the anniversary of Soledad Miranda's death, but forgot.
Actually, the obsession (though it's not really that) is more with dead actresses - those two, Charlotte Coleman, Anna Henkel (Anna Henkel-Grönemeyer - she was married to Herbert Grönemeyer, from Das Boot) Cathy Stewart, some others that I can't remember at the moment.