Valerie French
Valerie French
Valerie French was a British film actress and later stage actress beginning in the 1950s.
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Area BMX team gaining speed - In-Forum
Google News - over 5 years
“There are a lot of people from this area that don't have the ability to travel on a national level and they were not able to be part of a team,” said Valerie French, who helped start the team. “This way, I think, it gives everybody an equal
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Eric K. Naftzger - Redlands Daily Facts
Google News - almost 6 years
After graduating from Loma Linda School of Medicine, Rick worked for Fontana Medical Group from 1980-1988, then at Beaver Medical Clinic, first in orthopedics then family practice, from 1988 until he retired in 2005. Eric met his wife, Valerie French
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The Halfway House (1944) review - Shadowlocked (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Consequently, the same applies to our second couple, Richard and Valerie French, whose impending divorce is affecting their daughter Joanna. Finally there's Terence and Margaret, a young couple whose forthcoming marriage looks doubtful because of
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Valerie French, 59, Actress Who Played English Characters
NYTimes - over 26 years
Valerie French, who began her career as a much-publicized starlet for Columbia Pictures and became a screen, stage and television actress who specialized in playing a diverse collection of English characters, died Saturday at her home in Manhattan. She was 59 years old. She died of leukemia, said a friend, Tom Seligson, a television producer. Miss
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BROADWAY
NYTimes - over 35 years
REVIVALS are no longer the Broadway staple they were a few seasons ago, but they are still pretty hearty fare. Witness ''My Fair Lady'' at the Uris Theater, where audiences are flocking to see the still debonair Rex Harrison. And ''Camelot,'' which did exceptional business on the road with Richard Harris as King Arthur, is headed for a Nov. 15
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Broadway; NEIL SIMON PLANS A LITTLER 'LITTLE ME' FOR END OF YEAR
NYTimes - over 35 years
ONE of Neil Simon's pastimes over the years has been tinkering with ideas for a new, smaller version of ''Little Me,'' the 1962 Broadway musical he wrote with Cy Coleman, the composer, and Carolyn Leigh, the lyricist. About eight years ago Mr. Simon went so far as to write a new book for the show, which was based on Patrick Dennis's novel, but put
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Broadway; Chodorov-Panama mystery to star Claudette Colbert.
NYTimes - almost 36 years
CLAUDETTE COLBERT will star in ''A Talent for Murder,'' a mystery by Jerome Chodorov and Norman Panama, which will arrive on Broadway in September. Obviously, everyone has heard of Miss Colbert. If she were famous for nothing else, she would be famous for her charm. Presumably, everyone has heard of Mr. Chodorov and Mr. Panama. If they were famous
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STARS APPEAR ON SMALL STAGES TO STRETCH THEIR TALENTS
NYTimes - almost 36 years
ACTORS frequently talk about challenging themselves; some actors even do something about it, and when they do, it is often away from Broadway. With skyrocketing costs and the resultant increase in the timidity of producers, Off Broadway and Off Off Broadway continue to attract those actors, many of them with established reputations, who want to
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Critics' Choices
NYTimes - almost 36 years
THEATER When Shelagh Delaney wrote ''A Taste of Honey'' in the late 1950's, she was still in her late teens. Like so many first plays, Miss Delaney's drama was unmistakably autobiographical: It told the story of a teen-aged girl who somehow survives her impoverished, loveless Lancashire childhood with wit and courage. ''Honey'' was a big hit in the
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STAGE: 'TASTE OF HONEY' REVIVED AT ROUNDABOUT
NYTimes - almost 36 years
''WE don't ask for life - we have it thrust upon us,'' says Jo, the impoverished, abandoned 18-year-old heroine of Shelagh Delaney's ''A Taste of Honey.'' True enough, but then what does one do? According to Miss Delaney, you don't feel sorry for yourself, you don't cry, you don't even rage at the heavens. You just keep going on, from dark night to
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THIS TIME, NICOL WILLIAMSON FEELS CLOSER TO ROLE
NYTimes - about 36 years
''It's been a tiring and hazardous few weeks,'' Nicol Williamson said, tossing his lanky 6 foot 2 inch frame onto a makeshift plywood couch in the men's communal dressing room at the Roundabout Theater the other day. Mr. Williamson opened there recently as the star of John Osborne's ''Inadmissible Evidence'' and has been working at a marathon pace
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Valerie French
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1990
    Age 62
    Died on November 3, 1990.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1956
    Age 28
    Her best remembered roles during this period were in western films such as Jubal in 1956 opposite Glenn Ford, and Decision at Sundown opposite Randolph Scott in 1957.
    More Details Hide Details Also in the science fiction film The 27th Day (1957).
  • 1954
    Age 26
    Born Valerie Harrison in London, England, French entered into film acting in her early 20s, with her first film appearance being in the 1954 film Maddalena.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1928
    Age 0
    Born on March 11, 1928.
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