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Celia JOHNSON [] Active > Born Celia Elizabeth Johnson 18 Dec 1908 Surrey, England > Died 26 April 1982 (aged Oxfordshire, England > Spouse: Peter Fleming his death) > Children No one sports a tifer quite like her! Celia wasn't a 'Hollywood' actress. English Actresses, British Actresses, Hollywood Actresses, Actors & Actresses, British Actors, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Old Hollywood

Celia Johnson

Dutch postcard By WSB, no. 1047. Photo: Eagle Lion. English actress, Dame Celia Johnson (1908-1982) acquired iconic status in British cinema for her role inBrief Encounter (1945), opposite Trevor Howard. She generally played a genteel or repressed Englishwoman, though she proved to be also a talented comedian. Celia Elizabeth Johnson was born in Richmond and was educated at St Paul's Girls School in London. She trained in acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Her stage debut was in…

 Began film career with 3 collaborations with Noel Coward & David Lean, the films were "Which We Serve", "This Happy Breed","Brief Encounter". Cemetery Monuments, Cemetery Headstones, David Lean, Cemetery Decorations, Brief Encounter, Famous Graves, Grave Memorials, Artist Life, Garden Stones

Celia Johnson - Actress. Beginning her film career with three collaborations with Noel Coward and David Lean, the first film was "In Which We Serve" (1942); her second film was "This Happy Breed" (1943); and the third "Brief Encounter" (1945), for which she received an Oscar nomination for best actress. Her films were few and far between, concentrating on her successful stage career.

Brief Encounter Directed by David Lean and starring Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard. One of the Telegraoh's 49 Best British Films of All Time. Sad Movies, I Movie, Movie Stars, Close Up Film, Trevor Howard, David Lean, Brief Encounter, Romantic Films, Light Film

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Hollywood brings glitz, glamour and big budgets; France has avant-garde artistry. But what about Britain?

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Brief Encounter (1945) - "Self-respect matters, and decency. I can't go on any longer."

Brief Encounter is a 1945 British film directed by David Lean. The film stars Celia Johnson & Trevor Howard. The screenplay is by Noël Coward. Trevor Howard, David Lean, Elizabeth Johnson, Brief Encounter, Film Reels, Film Books, Tv Actors, About Time Movie, Book Images

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'Brief Encounter' starring Stanley Holloway (Albert Godby the Stationmaster) and Joyce Carey (Myrtle Bagot the Refreshment Room Manageress). Directed by David Lean. David Lean, David Niven, Brief Encounter, Play S, Married Woman, Film Stills, Famous Faces, I Movie, My Eyes

Stanley Holloway (Albert Godby the Stationmaster) and Joyce Carey (Myrtle Bagot the Refreshment Room Manageress) in David Lean's production "Brief Encounter"

David Lean directed some of the best b&w movies of all time: here is a collection of ten great films, from Brief Encounter to Oliver Twist. David Lean Films, Trevor Howard, Brief Encounter, Oliver Twist, Great Films, Film Movie, Movie Club, Classic Movies, Home Art

Brief Encounter

After a chance meeting on a train platform, a married doctor (Trevor Howard) and a suburban housewife (Celia Johnson) begin a muted but passionate, and ultimately doomed, love affair. With its evocatively fog-enshrouded setting, swooning Rachmaninoff score, and pair of remarkable performances (Johnson was nominated for an Oscar), this film, directed by David Lean and based on Noël Coward’s play Still Life deftly explores the thrill, pain, and tenderness of an illicit romance, and has…

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nadi-kon: “ “This can’t last. This misery can’t last. I must remember that and try to control myself. Nothing lasts really. Neither happiness nor despair. Not even life lasts very long.” Brief...

Movie typography from the film 'Brief encounter' directed by David Lean, starring Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard. Constance Wu, Edward Norton, Fred Rogers, Christopher Plummer, Julia Stiles, Carroll Shelby, Brooke Shields, Matt Damon, Bruce Willis

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Title sequence from 'Brief encounter' (1946), directed by David Lean, starring Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard.

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Follow @DistractedFilm Timepieces in cinema, like offices, are prisons. Mental prisons rather than physical, the mental prison as a deadline. They bind and squeeze the protagonist’s soul. They are reminders of his mortality, and they are a source of tension against which filmmakers measure the...