Hazel Court
English actress
Hazel Court
Hazel Court was an English actress best known for her roles in horror films during the 1950s and early 1960s.
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Dr. Franklin Ruehl, Ph.D.: A Trio of New Intriguing Factoids From the Sci-Fi/Horror/Mystery Film Genre
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Here are three more little-known factoids from the scifi/horror/mystery genre for your consideration: - Fascinatingly, a real-life Dr. Dippel Frankenstein engaged in alchemical experiments to create an animate bioform called a "homonculus" utilizing both animal and human cadavers at Castle Frankenstein in southwestern Germany in the late 1600s and early 1700s! Some 80 years later, Mary and Percy Bysshe Shelley actually visited the castle in 1814, as documented in her travelogue, "History of a Six Weeks' Tour." Conceivably, she was inspired by Dippel's work to pen her famous novel that was published in 1818. (In that work, Dr. Frankenstein's first name was Victor while that of his best friend was Henry. But, for some inexplicable reason, the brainboxes at Universal interchanged the names for the 1931 classic film!) - Although stunning actress Hazel Court is often associated with the title role in Devil Girl From Mars (1954), that distinction actually belon ...
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Arrest Log for Rohnert Park, April 24-30
Rohnert Park Patch - almost 5 years
Police Log for Rohnert Park, April 24 -April 30 Tuesday, April 24: No arrests in Rohnert Park Wednesday, April 25: 2:49 a.m. - Michelle Quinero, 42 was arrested for obstruction and resisting arrest, and public intoxication in Rohnert Park 9:14 a.m. - A 13-year old juvenile female was arrested at Hazel Court on charges of battery on a person, obstruction and resisting a police office. 11:52 pm - Carrie Allen, 44 of Santa Rosa, was arrested on Rohnert Park Expressway on charges of obstruction and resisting arrest, public intoxication, violation of probation and an outstanding warrant. Thursday, April 26: 3:45 a.m.:  A 15-year old juvenile male was arrested on Montgomery Dr. for battery; he was detained and booked for failure to comply with a police officer. 6:06 p.m.:  Casey Angelo, a 58-year-old male from Petaluma, was arrested at 400 Santa Alicia Dr. in Rohnert Park for public intoxication and violation of probation. He was booked at Sonoma County Jail.   Fr ...
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Police roundup: Search continues for man who robbed Coldwater bank - Battle Creek Enquirer
Google News - over 5 years
DRUGS: A Battle Creek man, 30, was arrested on a charge of possession of a crack pipe after Battle Creek police stopped his car near Walter Avenue and Hazel Court about 6:53 pm Sunday. BREAK-INS: (Values in parentheses) • Highway Street, first block:
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2 women arrested in Green Bay area burglary spree - Green Bay Press Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
Niven and Menghini appeared in court Tuesday with a public defender, who said that Niven, of 1884 Hazel Court in Howard, is the married mother of three children, and that she financially supports her mother, a nurse. Menghini's address was not given
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On the set - Hannibal.net
Google News - over 5 years
“When Don Taylor's (the director) wife, Hazel Court, she was there and fought for me to sing and we had became friends and she said, 'I want you to sing' (If'n I was God). I nailed it. We did it in one take and at the end there was not a dry eye in the
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Teachers walk out as strike hits Eastbourne - Eastbourne Today
Google News - over 5 years
Peter Gordon, headteacher at Hazel Court Special School, was among strikers and he said, “We're being forced to do this to protect the education of our future pupils.” East Sussex County Council said teachers joining the strike would lose a day's pay
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Online Learning Awards 2011 - 24dash (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Other previous winners also include Hazel Court Special School in East Sussex, who won the Special School Award last year. The award was based on their use of their online solution to help engage parents and the positive impact that this has had on the
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Historic neighborhood gets free overhaul - 9NEWS.com
Google News - over 5 years
RTMD specifically focused in on the homes on Hazel Court. Kathryn Arbour is the CEO of RTMD, and she says her organization often gets compared to Habitat for Humanity, but there is a big difference. "We work with existing homes," Arbour explained
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Triple honours for Newick House - Mid Sussex Times
Google News - over 5 years
Taking part were: Chailey Heritage, Court Meadow, Downs Park, Downs View, Grove Park, Hamilton Lodge, Hazel Court, Manor Green College, Newick House, Oak Grove College, Patcham House, Saxon Mount, St Anthony's, St John's School and College, St Mary's,
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New businesses - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
Mantisi's Lawn And Landscape, 34 Winter Hazel Court, Rochester, 14606. Domenico Mantisi, same address. Mickey's Antique Amusements, 1211 Moscow Road, Hamlin, 14464. Mickey C. Treat, same address. Mike's Variety Store, 1341 Dewey Ave, Rochester, 14613
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The Excessive Decadence of 'The Masque of the Red Death' - Brutal As Hell
Google News - almost 6 years
Prospero's wife, Juliana (Hazel Court), is having her own dalliance with Satan himself, while the court jester-dwarf takes revenge on an abusive nobleman. The various narrative threads come together spectacularly in the film's lengthy and elaborate
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THE MAN WHO COULD CHEAT DEATH / THE SKULL Blu-ray Review - Twitch
Google News - almost 6 years
Also starring Christopher Lee and the beautiful horror legend Hazel Court, this film is a suspense-filled ride for all who enjoy classic horror cinema. The Skull weaves a chilling tale surrounding the real-life terrors of the Marquis de Sade
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Top Ten Tuesday: The Best of Vincent Price - We Are Movie Geeks
Google News - almost 6 years
Shooting in England also allowed Corman to draw on the talented pool of actors there, such as Jane Asher, Patrick Magee, and Hazel Court. The real star of RED DEATH is, of course, Vincent Price, portraying the personification of evil, Prospero
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Madison Property Transfers - Patch.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Roberta G. Willenkin, 255 Neck Road, Madison, CT to Sally Gress, 7 Hazel Court, Shelton, CT. $2800000 3/1/2011: 149 Durham Road, Unit 29, Building 4. Brian G. Jelinek, 14 Camden Circle, Pawleys Island, SC and Sharon Sapper-Jelinick, 14 Camden Circle,
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Number plate was left at scene of collision - Mayo Advertiser
Google News - almost 6 years
Garda Larder told the court that the offending car was located on the Neale Road, Claremorris a short time later and he arrested Simon Connolly of 35 Hazel Court, Ballinrobe in relation to the incident. Judge Devins convicted and fined Connolly who
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Hazel Court, 82, Screaming Horror-Film Star
NYTimes - almost 9 years
Hazel Court, a British actress who began as a popular ingénue and became a cult figure as a ''scream queen'' in horror films on both sides of the Atlantic, died on Tuesday in Lake Tahoe, Calif. She was 82 and lived in Lake Tahoe. The cause was a heart attack, said her daughter Sally Walsh. A redheaded, leggy, green-eyed beauty who was a busy film
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Don Taylor, 78, Movie Actor Turned Director and TV Writer
NYTimes - about 18 years
Don Taylor, a film actor of the 1940's and 50's who later turned to directing, died on Tuesday at the U.C.L.A. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He was 78 and lived in Santa Monica, Calif. The cause was heart failure, his family said. Mr. Taylor, who was born in Pittsburgh, began acting while attending Penn State University, appearing in college
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Hazel Court
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2008
    Age 82
    Court died of a heart attack at her home near Lake Tahoe, California, on 15 April 2008, aged 82.
    More Details Hide Details She is survived by daughters Sally Walsh and Courtney Taylor, son Jonathon Taylor and two stepdaughters, Anne Taylor Fleming and Avery Taylor. She was cremated and her ashes scattered at sea. Hazel Court once said in an interview "Just in case I should pop off to heaven in the night, I always remember to wash up, plump-up the cushions and straighten up after a dinner party. I wouldn't want everyone to come in and find it a mess. It's very English of me." Interviews:
  • THIRTIES
  • 1964
    Age 38
    Court retired from the film acting business in 1964 to concentrate on being a wife and mother.
    More Details Hide Details Court and Taylor met while they were shooting an episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents. They had a son, Jonathan, and a daughter, Courtney. In addition to acting, she was also a painter and sculptress, and studied sculpting in Italy. Court wrote her autobiography, Hazel Court – Horror Queen, which was published by Tomahawk Press in the UK (April 2008) and in the US (June 2008).
    From 1964 until his death in 1998, she was married to American actor Don Taylor, who was divorced in 1955 from actress Phyllis Avery.
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  • 1960
    Age 34
    She also appeared in episodes of several TV series, including Adventures in Paradise, Mission: Impossible, Bonanza, Dr. Kildare, Danger Man, Twelve O'Clock High, Burke's Law, Sam Benedict, Gidget, McMillan and Wife, Mannix, The Wild Wild West, Thriller, and in The Fear, the penultimate episode of the original 1960's The Twilight Zone.
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  • 1957
    Age 31
    In the 1957–58 television season, she co-starred in a CBS sitcom filmed in England, Dick and the Duchess, in the role of Jane Starrett, a patrician Englishwoman married to an American insurance claims investigator living in London, a role played by Patrick O'Neal.
    More Details Hide Details Court travelled back and forth between Hollywood and England, appearing in four episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents. She had parts in A Woman of Mystery (1958), The Man Who Could Cheat Death (1959) and Doctor Blood's Coffin (1961) among others. By the early 1960s, Court had permanently moved to the United States. She was featured in the Edgar Allan Poe horror films The Premature Burial (1962), The Raven (1963) and The Masque of the Red Death (1964), the last two with Vincent Price. In 1981 Court appeared briefly in the third Omen film, The Final Conflict, although she was uncredited.
    Court wanted to act in comedy films but she also continued to appear in horror films and, in 1957, had what was to become a career-defining role in the first colour Hammer Horror film The Curse of Frankenstein.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1949
    Age 23
    Court was married to Irish actor Dermot Walsh from 1949 until their divorce in 1963.
    More Details Hide Details They had a daughter, Sally Walsh, who appeared with her mother in The Curse of Frankenstein.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1926
    Age 0
    Born on February 10, 1926.
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