Freda Jackson

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
100% Great Expectations (1947)
Lowest Rated:
66% Clash of the Titans (1981)
Birthday:
Dec 29
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Educated at the University of England at Nottingham, Freda Jackson made her professional stage bow in 1934. In films, Jackson cornered the market in spiteful (or at the very least, disgruntled) middle-aged shrews. She played such well-known literary harpies as Mistress Quickly in Henry V (1944),…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
The Crowded Day (Shop Spoiled)
  • Actor
-- 2010
66% Clash of the Titans
  • Stygian Witch
-- 1981
Old Curiosity Shop
  • Actor
-- 1979
71% The Valley of Gwangi
  • Tia Zorina
-- 1969
The Jokers
  • Mrs. Pervis
-- 1967
71% Die, Monster, Die! (Monster of Terror)
  • Letitia Witley
-- 1965
The Third Secret
  • Mrs. Bales
-- 1964
83% Tom Jones
  • Mrs. Seagrim
-- 1963
Greyfriars Bobby: The True Story of a Dog
  • Old woman caretaker
-- 1961
Shadow of the Cat
  • Clara
-- 1961
73% The Brides of Dracula
  • Greta
-- 1960
A Tale of Two Cities
  • The Vengeance
-- 1958
100% Bhowani Junction
  • The Sadani
-- 1956
The Good Die Young
  • Mrs. Freeman
-- 1954
A Canterbury Tale
  • Prudence Honeywood
-- 1949
100% Great Expectations
  • Mrs. Joe
-- 1947
100% Henry V (The Chronicle History of King Henry the Fift with His Battell Fought at Agincourt in France
  • Mistress Quickly
-- 1946
Beware of Pity
  • Gypsy
-- 1946

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Quotes from Freda Jackson's Characters

    1. Tia Zorina: [about a misterious creature in a sack Carlos is holding] Leave it! It belongs to Gwangi, the evil one! It is cursed...
    2. Carlos: Only by an old woman's tongue!
    3. Tia Zorina: I beg you. If he does not return to the forbidden valley, we shall all suffer a terrible fate! My eyes are blind, but I can still see the signs...
    4. Carlos: Keep your superstitions to yourself, old woman!
    5. Tia Zorina: Fool! One day he will learn to obey the law of Gwangi... Or like his brother, he will perish!
    From The Valley of Gwangi. Submitted by Alan Torres Dwyer B (2 years ago)
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