Laura Hope Crewes

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
100% One Foot in Heaven (1941)
Lowest Rated:
80% The Man Who Came to Dinner (1941)
Birthday:
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Birthplace:
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Bio:
The daughter of an actress and a backstage carpenter, Laura Hope Crews entered the theatre in 1883 at the tender age of four. She left the stage to complete her education, then returned to play ingenue roles. A firmly entrenched character actress by the '20s, Laura fought hard to retain her place in…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
The Flame of New Orleans
  • Auntie
-- 1941
80% The Man Who Came to Dinner
  • Mrs. Gibbons
-- 1941
100% One Foot in Heaven
  • Mrs. Thurston
-- 1941
The Blue Bird
  • Mrs. Luxury
-- 1940
The Star Maker
  • Carlotta Salvini
-- 1939
The Rains Came
  • Lily Hoggett-Egbury
-- 1939
95% Gone With the Wind
  • Aunt "Pittypat" Hamilton
-- 1939
Idiot's Delight
  • Mme. Zuleika
-- 1939
Reno
  • Mrs. Gardner
-- 1939
The Sisters
  • Flora's Mother
-- 1938
Thanks for the Memory
  • Mrs. Kent
-- 1938
Angel
  • Grand Duchess Anna Dmitrievna
-- 1937
The Road Back
  • Ernst's Aunt
-- 1937
91% Camille
  • Prudence Duvernoy
-- 1936
Lightning Strikes Twice
  • Aunt Jane
-- 1935
Rafter Romance
  • Elise
-- 1933
Female
  • Actor
-- 1933
Ever in My Heart
  • Grandma
-- 1933
Blind Adventure
  • Lady Rockingham
-- 1933
I Loved You Wednesday
  • "Doc Mary" Hanson
-- 1933

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Quotes from Laura Hope Crewes's Characters

    1. Madame Barjon: For the lady of the camillias. And they're almost twice as large as usual.
    2. Marguerite Gauthier/Camille: I shall have twice as many tomorrow
    3. Prudence Duvernoy: Twice as many! Oh, don't listen to her, Barjon. I know what those things cost.
    4. Madame Barjon: Doesn't she listen when she orders her hats and dresses from you?
    5. Prudence Duvernoy: They're an investment!
    6. Marguerite Gauthier/Camille: Of course I order too many hats and too many dresses and too many everything, but I want them.
    From Camille. Submitted by Brendan C (18 months ago)
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