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Megs Jenkins is a Actor British born on 21 april 1917 at Birkenhead (United-kingdom)

Megs Jenkins

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Birth name Muguette Mary Jenkins
Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 21 april 1917 at Birkenhead (United-kingdom)
Death 5 october 1998 (at 81 years) at Suffolk (United-kingdom)

Muguette Mary "Megs" Jenkins (21 April 1917 – 5 October 1998) was an English character actress who appeared in British films and television programmes.

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Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Megs Jenkins (48 films)

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Actress

The Turn of the Screw, 2h
Directed by Dan Curtis
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Actors Lynn Redgrave, Kathryn Leigh Scott, John Barron, Megs Jenkins, Benedict Taylor
Roles Mrs. Grose
Rating62% 3.145843.145843.145843.145843.14584
An English governess is hired to take care of two adorable orphans, who turn out to be not exactly what they seem to be.
The Turn of the Screw
Directed by Dan Curtis
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Fantastic, Horror
Actors Lynn Redgrave, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Megs Jenkins, John Barron, Benedict Taylor
Roles Mrs. Grose
Rating62% 3.145843.145843.145843.145843.14584
Une gouvernante anglaise va s'occuper de deux orphelins adorables mais très vite elle va comprendre que les enfants sont terrifiants.
Jane Eyre (1973 miniseries), 4h35
Directed by Joan Craft
Actors Sorcha Cusack, Michael Jayston, Megs Jenkins, Stephanie Beacham, Geoffrey Whitehead
Roles Mrs. Fairfax
Rating74% 3.7340753.7340753.7340753.7340753.734075
In this version of Charlotte Brontë's great novel, Jane Eyre (Sorcha Cusack) is an independent and strong-minded young woman who is hired by Mr. Rochester (Michael Jayston) to work as a governess. What she does not realize is that she must share the estate (and ultimately Mr. Rochester) with his wife, Bertha (Brenda Kempner), who is, by this point in her life, mentally ill and kept locked away in an upstairs attic.
Asylum
Asylum (1972)
, 1h28
Directed by Patrick Magee, Roy Ward Baker
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Horror
Themes Medical-themed films, Psychologie, Films about psychiatry, Films set in psychiatric hospitals
Actors Peter Cushing, Britt Ekland, Robert Powell, Herbert Lom, Barry Morse, Patrick Magee
Roles Nurse Higgins
Rating64% 3.2467353.2467353.2467353.2467353.246735
Dr Martin (Robert Powell) arrives at a secluded asylum "for the incurably insane" to be interviewed for a job by the wheelchair-bound, authoritarian Dr Lionel Rutherford (Patrick Magee). Rutherford explains that he owes his current incapacitation to an attack by an inmate.
David Copperfield, 1h58
Directed by Delbert Mann
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama
Actors Robin Phillips, Richard Attenborough, Ralph Richardson, Ron Moody, Cyril Cusack, Laurence Olivier
Roles Clara Peggotty
Rating59% 2.9982.9982.9982.9982.998
Charles Dickens' Immortal Story of a Young Man's Journey to Maturity. This version finds David Copperfield (Robin Phillips) as a young man, brooding on a deserted beach. In flashback, David remembers his life in 19th century England, as a young orphan, brought to London and passed around from relatives, to guardians, to boarding school. He relives his struggle to overcome the loss of his idyllic childhood and the torment inflicted by his hated step-father after his mother’s death. Then virtually abandoned on the streets of Victorian London, David Copperfield is flung into manhood and contends bravely with the perils of big-city corruption and vice; hardships which ultimately fuel his triumph as a talented and successful writer.
The Smashing Bird I Used to Know, 1h35
Directed by Robert Hartford-Davis
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Crime
Themes Prison films, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Sexploitation films, LGBT-related films, Women in prison films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Maureen Lipman, Patrick Mower, Dennis Waterman, Renée Asherson, David Lodge, Faith Brook
Roles Matron
Rating53% 2.6931852.6931852.6931852.6931852.693185
Nine-year-old Nicki Johnson attends a funfair with her parents. Her father takes her on a merry-go-round ride, where Nicki becomes frightened. Attempting to reach over to comfort her, her father instead falls from the ride and is crushed to death in its machinery. The tragedy leaves Nicki traumatised, particularly as in its aftermath she overhears comments suggesting that she was to blame for what happened, which leave her with a permanent sense of guilt.
Oliver!
Oliver! (1968)
, 2h33
Directed by Carol Reed
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Musical theatre, Musical
Themes Dance films, Films about children, Films about music and musicians, Théâtre, L'enfance marginalisée, Musical films, Films based on plays, Films based on musicals
Actors Mark Lester, Ron Moody, Shani Wallis, Oliver Reed, Jack Wild, Harry Secombe
Roles Mrs. Bedwin
Rating73% 3.6979553.6979553.6979553.6979553.697955
A workhouse in Dunstable, England is visited by the wealthy governors who fund it. While a sumptuous banquet is held for them, the barefoot orphan boys who work there are being served their daily gruel. They dream of enjoying the same "Food, Glorious Food" as their masters. While eating, some boys draw straws to see who will ask for more to eat, and the job falls to a boy named Oliver Twist. He goes up to Bumble and Widow Corney, who run the workhouse and serve the gruel, and asks for more. Enraged, Bumble takes Oliver to the governors to see what to do with him ("Oliver!"). A decision is made to have Oliver sold into service. Bumble parades Oliver through the snow, trying to sell him to the highest bidder ("Boy for Sale"). Oliver is sold to an undertaker named Mr. Sowerberry, who intends to use him as a mourner for children's funerals. After his first funeral, Noah Claypole, Sowerberry's apprentice, insults Oliver's mother. Oliver attacks Noah in fury and Sowerberry forces him into a coffin while Noah fetches Bumble. Oliver is too angry to be intimidated by Bumble, who places the blame on not keeping Oliver on a diet of gruel, instead of meat, which made him strong. Oliver is thrown into the cellar as further punishment. Alone in the dark with a roomful of empty coffins, Oliver wonders ("Where is Love?"). While clutching the window grate, Oliver pushes it open and escapes.
Cop-Out
Cop-Out (1967)
, 1h44
Directed by Pierre Rouve
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Crime
Actors James Mason, Geraldine Chaplin, Bobby Darin, Ian Ogilvy, Pippa Steel, Clive Morton
Roles Mrs. Christoforides
Rating58% 2.914452.914452.914452.914452.91445
A disillusioned and drunken former barrister (James Mason), disapproving of his estranged daughter's (Geraldine Chaplin) Greek immigrant boyfriend (Paul Bertoya) and free lifestyle, comes out of retirement when the boy is arrested and accused of murdering a thuggish American sailor (Bobby Darin).
Bunny Lake Is Missing, 1h47
Directed by Otto Preminger
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Laurence Olivier, Carol Lynley, Keir Dullea, Martita Hunt, Anna Massey, Finlay Currie
Roles Sister
Rating72% 3.648223.648223.648223.648223.64822
American single mother Ann Lake (Carol Lynley), who recently moved to London from New York, arrives at the Little People's Garden preschool to collect her daughter, Bunny. The child has mysteriously disappeared. An administrator recalls meeting with Ann but claims never to have seen the missing child. Ann and her brother Stephen (Keir Dullea) search the school and find a sinister woman living upstairs, who claims she collects children's nightmares. In desperation, the Lakes call the police and Superintendent Newhouse (Laurence Olivier) arrives on the scene.
Murder Most Foul, 1h30
Directed by George Pollock
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Thriller, Comedy, Comedy thriller, Crime
Actors Margaret Rutherford, Stringer Davis, Ron Moody, Bud Tingwell, Dennis Price, Ralph Michael
Roles Gladys Thomas
Rating71% 3.597283.597283.597283.597283.59728
Margaret McGinty, a barmaid and former actress, is found hanged, and her lodger, Harold Taylor, caught at the scene, seems plainly guilty. Everyone believes it to be an open-and-shut case ... except for Miss Marple. She is the lone holdout in the jury that tries him, leading to a mistrial.
Life for Ruth, 1h33
Directed by Basil Dearden
Origin United-kingdom
Actors Michael Craig, Patrick McGoohan, Janet Munro, Paul Rogers, Megs Jenkins, Michael Bryant
Roles Mrs Gordon
Rating69% 3.4692153.4692153.4692153.4692153.469215
John Harris finds himself ostracized and placed on trial for allowing his daughter Ruth to die. His religious beliefs forbade him to give consent for a blood transfusion that would have saved her life. Doctor Brown is determined to seek justice for what he sees as the needless death of a young girl.
The Wild and the Willing, 1h50
Directed by Ralph Thomas
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Théâtre, Films based on plays
Actors Virginia Maskell, Ian McShane, John Hurt, Harry Locke, Jeremy Brett, Samantha Eggar
Roles Mme Corbett
Rating63% 3.185733.185733.185733.185733.18573
A group of young men at university go through the students' life – dancing, drinking, meeting girls. Harry (Ian McShane) is a rather rebellious young man, going out with Josie (Samantha Eggar). His room mate is Phil (John Hurt), a quiet outsider. Harry feels very protective of Phil for some reason. Phil loves Sarah (Katherine Woodville), who jilted him for another more suitable boyfriend.
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 Mrs. Grose
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.