On a chilly Halloween night in 1992, Ghostwatch was first broadcast to an unsuspecting public…
Like Margaret Lockwood and Phyllis Calvert, her co-stars in Gainsborough’s classic melodramas, the late Jean Kent was one of the great stars of the golden age of British cinema.
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Vivien Leigh’s underrated performance in the first screen version of The Deep Blue Sea belies the turbulence that beset her private life at the time.