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Margaret Nolan RIP

Postby ebdons » Tue Dec 01, 2020 10:07 pm

Hi, just heard this news after watching Budgie on talking Pictures channel. sad loss as a fav of mine in the carry on films.
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Re: Margaret Nolan RIP

Postby Dirty Old Yank » Wed Dec 02, 2020 10:56 pm

ebdons wrote:Hi, just heard this news after watching Budgie on talking Pictures channel.
sad loss as a fav of mine in the carry on films.

Very sad news indeed, and thanks for letting us know Tony.
BBC's website didn’t even bother to give her a proper obit and only
briefly mentioned her passing in a newly created (?) column titled ‘bbcgossip’.
BBC didn’t even have the common decency to recognize Maggie’s great talents,
and I don’t mean her bristols, although they didn’t hurt. I remember her well in
“Goldfinger” (1964) but most notably the Carry On’s of course...be it “Carry On
Henry” (1971), Convenience (1971), Matron (1972), Girls (1973) or Dick (1974).
Didn’t realize she’s in “Vertigo” (1958) and “Witchfinder General” (1968),
both favorite films that I know quite well, must look for her later this
evening. Rest in peace Maggie, should you choose to do so...
And Cheers for the laughs. We’ll never forget your smile :o.
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