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For seven straight years after WWII, she was voted top favorite English actress. (imdb.com)

She was recorded in the "Guinness Book of World Records" for her 2,062 consecutive performances in the stage play "Charlie Girl" which ran from 1965 to 1971. (imdb.com)

She produced three films in the 1950s (These Dangerous Years (1957), Wonderful Things! (1958), and The Heart of a Man (1959)), all starring British actor Frankie Vaughan. (imdb.com)

London (By Cable)-Wednesday, November 15, 1939: Statement of affairs of Imperator Films, in voluntary liquidation, lists $692, 985 owing to unsecured creditors, among whom are Herbert Wilcox ($136,165) and Anna Neagle ($127,885.) Both Wilcox and Miss Neagle have cabled from Hollywood expressing the wish that their claims be set aside until other creditors have been paid. Herbert Wilcox Productions, also in voluntary liquidation, lists debts to unsecured creditors of $310,125. (imdb.com)

Knighted as a Dame Commander of the British Empire (DBE) for her contributions to the theatre. (imdb.com)

She made her stage debut in 1917 at age 12, but was not seen again until 1925 in the musical revue "Bubbly." (imdb.com)

Sister of actor Stuart Robertson. (imdb.com)

London (By Cable)-Wednesday, November 15, 1939: Statement of affairs of Imperator Films, in voluntary liquidation, lists $692, 985 owing to unsecured creditors, among whom are Herbert Wilcox ($136,165) and Anna Neagle ($127,885.) Both Wilcox and Miss Neagle have cabled from Hollywood expressing the wish that their claims be set aside until other creditors have been paid. Herbert Wilcox Productions, also in voluntary liquidation, lists debts to unsecured creditors of $310,125.

She was recorded in the "Guinness Book of World Records" for her 2,062 consecutive performances in the stage play "Charlie Girl" which ran from 1965 to 1971.

For seven straight years after WWII, she was voted top favorite English actress.

She produced three films in the 1950s (These Dangerous Years (1957), Wonderful Things! (1958), and The Heart of a Man (1959)), all starring British actor Frankie Vaughan.

She made her stage debut in 1917 at age 12, but was not seen again until 1925 in the musical revue "Bubbly."

Knighted as a Dame Commander of the British Empire (DBE) for her contributions to the theatre.


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