Cathryn Harrison
British actress
Cathryn Harrison
Cathryn Mary Lee Harrison is an English actress. Cathryn was baptised on 27 September 1959 at St. John's Church, Hampstead, London, England. She is the daughter of the actor and singer Noel Harrison and Sara Lee Eberts and also the granddaughter of legendary actor Sir Rex Harrison. Her brother Simon Harrison is also an actor as well as her sister Harriet Harrison.
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LETTERS; Scenes From a Marriage
NYTimes - over 5 years
To the Editor: Toni Bentley, reviewing ''A Book of Secrets,'' by Michael Holroyd, laments Hollywood's failure to make a movie about the romance between Violet Keppel Trefusis and Vita Sackville-West. Later in the review she mentions Nigel Nicolson's ''Portrait of a Marriage,'' which was made into a TV mini-series in 1990, starring Cathryn Harrison
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Scenes From a Marriage - New York Times
Google News - over 5 years
Later in the review she mentions Nigel Nicolson's “Portrait of a Marriage,” which was made into a TV mini-series in 1990, starring Cathryn Harrison as Violet and Janet McTeer as Vita (below). While it lacks the star-studded cast proposed by Bentley,
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'Hobo With a Shotgun' serves up one B-movie jolt after another - The Mercury
Google News - over 5 years
"Black Moon" (1975, Criterion, unrated, $30) Bizarre for the sake of being bizarre, this shotgun wedding of Luis Bunuel and "Alice in Wonderland" centers on a teenager (Cathryn Harrison) desperate to escape a post-apocalyptic nightmare world
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Bizarre imagination permeates 'Black Moon' - The Virginian-Pilot
Google News - over 5 years
Lily, a fair young teenager (Cathryn Harrison), after escaping from brutal scenes of warfare between men and women, arrives at a mysteriously beautiful estate in the French countryside. There she encounters a variety of bizarre people and animals,
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Black Moon - JustPressPlay
Google News - over 5 years
In the opening scenes of the film, Lily (Cathryn Harrison), drives across a French countryside that seems to have devolved into something resembling the Talking Heads song, "Life During Wartime", in which men and women in sexless green uniforms execute
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New on DVD: 'Sucker Punch,' 'Barney's Version,' more - Reno Gazette Journal
Google News - over 5 years
The picture tells the fantasy-filled story of a young woman (Cathryn Harrison) who flees a war between men and women and settles into a farmhouse populated by an unusual family. “Zazie dans le metro”: Another film by director Louis Malle,
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DVD releases - Boston Globe
Google News - over 5 years
Also on the distributor's slate: Louis Malle's comedic “Zazie dans le Métro'' (1960), about 10-year-old Catherine Demongeot's crazy weekend in Paris; and Malle's Lewis Carroll-flavored “Black Moon'' (1975), about young Cathryn Harrison's journey into a
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Black Moon Blu-ray Review - Bigpicturebigsound.com
Google News - over 5 years
Pretty Lily (Cathryn Harrison) is driving through the countryside until she's stopped at a military checkpoint. Apparently there is some sort of war going on, possibly between men and women, and when her identity is uncovered, she bolts,
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A Publishing Whodunit in Three Chapters
NYTimes - about 20 years
Cmdr. Adam Dalgliesh (Roy Marsden) looks at Innocent House, the Venetian-style palace on the Thames at Wapping, and wonders, ''Do you believe a building can be infused with evil?'' Knowing that this is an adaptation of a P. D. James novel, the ninth for the PBS ''Mystery'' series, of course you do. For Miss James, evil is mother's milk. ''Original
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Love, Infidelity And Commitment In Bloomsbury
NYTimes - over 24 years
MENTION THE NAMES Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson, and thoughts turn to the English aristocracy in the early part of this century -- days given over to country houses, literary salons, carefully manicured gardens, all the touchstones of life on the Bloomsbury fringe. Days given over to discreetly managed relationships, too, as "Portrait of
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TV Weekend; An Unconventional Marriage, and It Worked
NYTimes - over 24 years
"Portrait of a Marriage," cut to three and a half hours from four, begins its three-part run on "Masterpiece Theater" on PBS at 9 P.M. Sunday. Finally. The mini-series was originally scheduled for broadcast in the United States about two years ago but kept running into postponements that were said to be entirely unrelated to the production's
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Helen Lee, 82, Fashion Designer For Children in U.S. and Abroad
NYTimes - almost 26 years
Helen Lee Caldwell, a leading designer of children's clothes in Manhattan for three decades under the name Helen Lee, died on Wednesday at Fort Sanders Hospital in Knoxville, Tenn. She was 82 years old and had lived in Knoxville since 1981. She died after a series of strokes, a spokesman for the family said. In 1953 she became the first children's
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: Although NIGEL NICOLSON approved of the British Broadcasting Corporation plan to make a series based on his book ''Portrait of a Marriage,'' he is now unhappy with the result. Although NIGEL NICOLSON approved of the British Broadcasting Corporation plan to make a series based on his book ''Portrait of a Marriage,'' he is now unhappy with the
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HOME VIDEO/NEW RELEASES
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: Eddie Murphy Raw With Eddie Murphy. Directed by Robert Townsend. 1987. Paramount Home Video. 90 minutes. $89.95. Rated R. Eddie Murphy Raw With Eddie Murphy. Directed by Robert Townsend. 1987. Paramount Home Video. 90 minutes. $89.95. Rated R. Not much from Eddie Murphy's concert film can be printed verbatim, Janet Maslin wrote in The Times,
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HOME VIDEO/NEW RELEASES
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: Dark Eyes Starring Marcello Mastroianni, Silvana Mangano, Marthe Keller, Elena Sofonova, Pina Cei. Directed by Nikita Mikhalkov. 1987. CBS/Fox Video. 116 minutes. $89.98. In Italian, with English subtitles. Not rated. Dark Eyes Starring Marcello Mastroianni, Silvana Mangano, Marthe Keller, Elena Sofonova, Pina Cei. Directed by Nikita
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FILM: 'DUET FOR ONE'
NYTimes - about 30 years
LEAD: IT took half a dozen extra characters and a very large tree to open up Tom Kempinski's two-character play ''Duet for One'' and bring it to the screen. But the focus is still Stephanie Anderson, a brilliant violinist (modeled, to some extent, on the cellist Jacqueline Du Pre) who is married to a celebrated conductor and has multiple sclerosis.
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AT THE MOVIES; Director talks about his 'Survivors'
NYTimes - over 33 years
MICHAEL RITCHIE, who directed ''The Survivors'' (playing at Loews State, Tower East and other theaters), is what my grandmother used to refer to as ''a long drink of water,'' but even in the days when his legs and his pants were a whole lot shorter, he was a movie buff. ''I loved to read movie ads,'' he says. ''I got nightmares from the ads for the
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WEEKENDER GUIDE; Friday; OPERATIC DOUBLE BILL
NYTimes - about 35 years
A Wild West melodrama and a spoof of a 1930's radio show are the double-bill presentation of the Chamber Opera Theater of New York at the Marymount Manhattan Theater, 221 East 71st Street. ''The Face on the Barroom Floor'' by Henry Mollicone - making its New York premiere - is a tale of love and murder set in a saloon. In Gian Carlo Menotti's ''The
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Cathryn Harrison
    THIRTIES
  • 1996
    Age 36
    In May 1996 she married Paul Laing.
    More Details Hide Details She began her career with Robert Altman's Images (1972). Her later performances include the role of Lily in Black Moon (1975), Louis Malle's first film in English, as well as many made-for-television movies including Portrait of a Marriage (1990) in which she played Violet Trefusis, Vita Sackville West's lesbian lover.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1977
    Age 17
    She has worked in British television and radio dramas. She appeared in Love on a Branch Line and an 1977 Australian film called Blue Fire Lady.
    More Details Hide Details She also appeared as Major Tom Cadman's wife in the ITV series Soldier Soldier, and played wardrobe assistant Irenie in the film version of Ronald Harwood's The Dresser.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1959
    Born
    Born on May 25, 1959.
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