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English Rose: Madeleine Carroll


One of the finest actresses of the 1930's and the epitome of English glamour and grace, Madeleine Caroll graced the screen starring in Hitchcock's early suspense films, spy dramas, historical romances and other adventure stories. My page is a small tribute to this wonderful actress.

MY REVIEWS OF MADELEINES FILMS - I have not seen all of Madeleine's movies but I have seen a number of them. I would love to see THE LOVES OF A DICTATOR. If you know where I can locate this film please sign my guestbook and and let me know.

MY MADELEINE CARROLL GALLERIES - I have posted some lovely Madeleine photos in my galleries, all of them borrowed from Ebay auctions, I hope you enjoy them. I haven't foudn any other website relating to Madeleine Carroll so this is the only place out there that I know of where you can take a look at this beauty from a bygone era.


The Gary Cooper Collection [DVD] DVD
First, Gary Cooper and Fredric March star as two Americans living in Paris who clash over their beautiful new roommate in the romantic comedy "Design for Living" (1933). Miriam Hopkins co-stars. Next, Cooper is an architect who learns that his latest client's wife is actually his childhood sweetheart in "Peter Ibbetson" (1935). With Ann Harding, John Halliday. The superlative adventure "The Lives of a Bengal Lancer" (1935) features Cooper and Franchot Tone as veteran British soldiers teaching the ropes to a colonel's inexperienced son on the Northwest frontier of India. Soldier-of-fortune Cooper agrees to smuggle gold across China in order to finance a "peasants' rebellion" against warlord Akim Tamiroff in "The General Died at Dawn" (1936).


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