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Nova Pilbeam

Highest Rated:   100% Young and Innocent (1938)
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15-year-old Nova Pilbeam was already a seasoned stage veteran when she made her screen debut as the youthful kidnap victim in Alfred Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934). She went on to deliver a superb performance as the ill-fated Lady Jane Grey in Nine Days a Queen (1934). Her first significant adult role was in Young and Innocent (1937), again for Hitchcock. Nova Pilbeam retired in 1939 upon marrying director Pen Tennyson, returning to the screen after Tennyson's death in WWII.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Three Weird Sisters
  • Claire Prentiss
1948
No Score Yet Counterblast
  • Tracy Shaw
1948
No Score Yet Out of Chaos
  • Actor
1944
No Score Yet Yellow Canary
  • Betty Maitland
1943
No Score Yet Next of Kin
  • Beppie Leemans
1942
No Score Yet Pastor Hall
  • Actor
1940
No Score Yet Cheer, Boys, Cheer
  • Margaret Greenleaf
1939
100% Young and Innocent
  • Erica Burgoyne
1938
No Score Yet Tudor Rose (Nine Days a Queen)
  • Actor
1936
86% The Man Who Knew Too Much
  • Betty Lawrence
1935

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