Alison Leggatt

Alison Leggatt

Highest Rated: 100% Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969)

Lowest Rated: 56% Promoter (1952)

Birthday: Feb 7, 1904

Birthplace: Not Available

Primarily a stage actress, Alison Leggatt began her on-and-off film activities in the early '40s. One of her most fondly remembered screen roles was Aunt Sylvia in This Happy Breed (1945), Noel Coward's paean to working-class Londoners. She went on to play a variety of disapproving in-laws, landladies, and housekeepers; one of her last assignments was as Mrs. Hudson in the 1976 Sherlock Holmes opus The Seven Per Cent Solution. Alison Leggatt also appeared in such well-distributed 1970's TV productions as The Edwardians.

Highest Rated Movies



85% The Seven-Per-Cent Solution Mrs. Hudson 1976
No Score Yet The Hireling Actor 1973
100% Goodbye, Mr. Chips Headmaster's Wife 1969
72% Far From the Madding Crowd Mrs. Hurst 1967
No Score Yet One Way Pendulum Mrs. Groomkirby 1964
No Score Yet Nothing But the Best Mrs. Brewster 1964
76% The Day of the Triffids Miss Coker 1963
No Score Yet Goodbye Again Alice 1961
No Score Yet Never Take Sweets from a Stranger (Never Take Candy from a Stranger) Martha 1960
56% Promoter Mrs. Cotterill 1952
No Score Yet Encore Freda Ramsey 1951
No Score Yet The Miniver Story Mrs. Foley 1950
No Score Yet A Boy, a Girl and a Bike Mrs. Howarth 1949
No Score Yet Waterloo Road Ruby 1945
100% This Happy Breed Aunt Sylvia 1944


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