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Job Actress
Years active 1920-1969
Known for Villainesses and (later) eccentric dowagers
Top Roles British Tourist on Bicycle, Grand Duchess Elise Lupavinova, Mother Superior, Aline, Miss Havisham
Top GenresComedy, Drama, Romance, Film Adaptation, Musical, Biographical
Top TopicsBook-Based, Based on Play, Infidelity
Top Collaborators , , (Producer), (Director)
Shares birthday with Vanessa Redgrave, Dorothy Malone, Dick Martin  see more..

Martita Hunt Overview:

Character actress, Martita Hunt, was born on Jan 30, 1899 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Hunt died at the age of 70 on Jun 13, 1969 in London, England and was laid to rest in Golders Green Crematorium Cemetery in Golders Green, England.

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Martita Hunt was a formidable Argentine-born actress with a rich voice. She made her name on the British stage and screen and used her horsey features and dominant plainness to create a colorful gallery of villainesses and (later) eccentric dowagers. She was perhaps most memorable as 'Miss Havisham' in the 1946 film "Great Expectations".

(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Illustrated Dictionary of Film Character Actors).

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Martita Hunt Quotes:

Empress Matilda: You have an obsession about him that is unhealthy and unnatural!


Marianne Danielle: [gasps] You locked him away? Your own son? Because he is... unholy? Oh, this I cannot understand. How can you be so cruel?
[dazed and exhausted, holding her head in her hands]
Baroness Meinster: [calmly] You are judging me, child. Sleep before you pass sentence.


[welcoming Pip to her decaying mansion]
Miss Havisham: Come nearer. Let me look at you. Come close. Look at me. You aren't afraid of a woman who has never seen the sun since before you were born?


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Won Broadway's 1949 Tony Award as Best Actress (Dramatic) for "The Madwoman of Chaillot.".

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