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"Elegant, redheaded Valerie Hobson (1917 - 1998) was a great beauty who became an impressive actress. The British actress landed some very choice roles in the later 1940s, and was at her best in those films in which she could exercise her comedy talent
Victor McLaglen. won the Academy Awards' Best Actor Oscar in 1935 for " The Informer". McLaglen was a popular character actor, with a particular knack for playing drunks. He also usually played Irishmen. His most famous film remains Gunga Din (1939) with Cary Grant and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Also remembered for his role in "The Quiet Man". He died on Nov 7, 1959 from a heart attack at the age of 72.
English actor Stewart Granger (1913–1993) became Britain's top box office star in the 1940's which attracted Hollywood's attention.Tall, dark, dignified and handsome, Granger made over 60 films but is mainly associated with heroic and romantic leading roles.