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Linden Travers



A stage actress from 1931, Linden Travers launched her film career in 1935. One of Travers best roles of the 1930s was as "Mrs." Todhunter, the mistress of philandering Cecil Parker, in Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes. Though the quality of her films would fluctuate, her high performance standards never varied. Arguably the best of her postwar films was Quartet (1948); unquestionably the worst was No Orchids for Miss Blandish (1947). Linden Travers was the sister of film favorite Bill Travers.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Brief Ecstasy (Dangerous Secrets)
  • Actor
2012
No Score Yet Christopher Columbus
  • Beatriz de Peraza
1949
No Score Yet Quartet
  • Daphne
1949
No Score Yet Bad Lord Byron
  • Augusta Leigh
1949
No Score Yet Jassy
  • Mrs. Helmar
1948
No Score Yet No Orchids for Miss Blandish
  • Miss Blandish
1948
No Score Yet Beware of Pity
  • Ilona Domansky
1946
No Score Yet South American George
  • Carole Dean
1941
No Score Yet The Ghost Train
  • Julia Price
1941
88% The Stars Look Down
  • Laura Millington
1940
98% The Lady Vanishes
  • Margaret Todhunter
1938
80% Bank Holiday
  • Ann Howard
1938
No Score Yet Terror
  • Mary Redmayne
1938
No Score Yet Almost a Honeymoon
  • Patricia Quilter
1938

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