Elizabeth of Ladymead

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Fans of British film star Anna Neagle had a field day with her bravura Technicolor vehicle Elizabeth of Ladymead--though not enough fans showed up back in 1948 to make the film a success. Neagle portrays four different characters from four different historical periods, each named Elizabeth. The first, Beth, lives in 1854 London, as the Crimean War rages thousands of miles away. The second, Elizabeth, lives in 1903, just after the Boer war. The third, Betty, is a girl of 1919, the year after World War I. And the fourth, Liz, is a contemporary lass of post-World War II London. We watch as each of the four Elizabeths emerges as a woman of independence while the menfolk are off to war. Whenever the film becomes too repetitious, Elizabeth of Ladymead scores on the charm of Anna Neagle and her attractive deportment while wearing period costumes. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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Anna Neagle
as Beth/Elizabeth/Betty/Liz
Hugh Williams
as John 1946
Bernard Lee
as John 1903
Nicholas Phipps
as John 1854
Hilda Bayley
as Mother 1946
Isabel Jeans
as Mother 1903
Catherine Paul
as Mother 1854
Jack Allen
as Maj. Wrigley 1946
Kenneth Warrington
as Maj. Wrigley 1919
Michael Shepley
as Maj. Wrigley 1903
Claude Bailey
as Maj. Wrigley 1854
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