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Isla Cameron

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Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 5 march 1930
Death 1980 (at 49 years)

Isla Cameron (March 5, 1930–May 1980) was a Scottish actress and singer.

Isla was born in Scotland but was brought up in Dorset and Somerset. While trying to become an actress she joined Joan Littlewood who had co-founded the Theatre Workshop in 1945. Joan’s husband at the time, Ewan MacColl was to become Isla’s singing partner for much of the 50s. Peter Kennedy produced a series of Sunday morning BBC radio programs from 1953 – 54, called As I Roved Out. Two of these were later issued on the Folktrax label, with Isla singing three folk songs, Seamus Ennis playing uilliann pipes and tin whistle, Ewan MacColl singing some songs and Ron and Bob Copper also singing. In 1956 she appeared in another radio program Ballads and Blues: Sea Music. In 1960 “The Singers Club” opened in “The Princess Louise” pub in Holborn. It was run by Ewan and his new wife, Peggy Seeger. Isla became a resident at this folk club, but by this point her film career had taken off.

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Filmography of Isla Cameron (3 films)

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The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, 1h56
Directed by Ronald Neame
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama
Themes Films about education, Children's films
Actors Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, Celia Johnson, Pamela Franklin, Gordon Jackson, Jane Carr
Roles Miss McKenzie
Rating75% 3.7960453.7960453.7960453.7960453.796045
Jean Brodie (Maggie Smith) is a teacher in the junior-aged section of the Marcia Blaine School for Girls in Edinburgh, Scotland in the 1930s. Brodie is known for her tendency to stray from the hard knowledge of the school's curriculum, to romanticize fascist leaders like Benito Mussolini and Francisco Franco, and to believe herself to be in the prime of life. Brodie devotes her time and energy to her four special 12-year-old junior school girls, called the Brodie Set: Sandy (Pamela Franklin), Monica (Shirley Steedman), Jenny (Diane Grayson) and Mary (Jane Carr).
Nightmare (1964)
, 1h23
Directed by Freddie Francis
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Thriller, Horror
Actors Moira Redmond, Jennie Linden, Timothy Bateson, Brenda Bruce, George A. Cooper, John Welch (Welsh)
Roles Mother
Rating66% 3.349723.349723.349723.349723.34972
The film's protagonist, Janet, is a young student attending boarding school. After a number of nightmares concerning her mother, whom she saw kill her father when she was young, the girl is sent home to her guardian, Attorney Henry Baxter. At home, she is assigned a nurse. Janet begins having more nightmares this time concerning an unknown woman with a scar and a birthday cake. The dreams get worse and worse. Finally, her guardian brings home his wife, whom Janet has never met. Janet is introduced to the woman at her birthday celebration. The cake and woman from her dreams with the scar appearing at once is enough to make Janet snap. She kills the woman by stabbing her - the same way her mother killed her father. Janet is committed. Meanwhile, her guardian Henry and the nurse, who was disguised to look like the woman with a scar to drive Janet mad, celebrate the loss of Janet. However, the two do not go unpunished.
The Innocents, 1h39
Directed by Jack Clayton
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Thriller, Fantastic, Horror, Historical
Themes Ghost films, Children's films
Actors Deborah Kerr, Michael Redgrave, Peter Wyngarde, Megs Jenkins, Pamela Franklin, Isla Cameron
Roles Anna
Rating77% 3.8976153.8976153.8976153.8976153.897615
Miss Giddens (Deborah Kerr) applies for a job as a governess. It is to be her first position, but the wealthy bachelor interviewing her (Michael Redgrave) is unconcerned with her lack of experience. He values his freedom to travel and socialise and unabashedly confesses that he has "no room, mentally or emotionally" for his niece and nephew. They were orphaned and left in his care as infants, and he keeps them at Bly, his country estate. The previous governess, Miss Jessel, died suddenly less than a year ago. All he cares about is that Miss Giddens accept full responsibility for the children, never troubling him with whatever problems may arise.