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Peggy Cummins Overview:

Actress, Peggy Cummins, was born Augusta Margaret Diane Fuller on Dec 18, 1925 in Prestatyn, Wales. Cummins died at the age of 92 on Dec 29, 2017 in London, England .

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Noir Nook: ? Her Path to Film Noir

By Karen Burroughs Hannsberry on Jan 16, 2020 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Noir Nook: ? Her Path to Film Noir As we begin another noir year, I thought this would be a perfect time to take a look at one of my favorite noir femmes, , and the path that she traveled to reach the realm of film noir. A diminutive blonde with emerald-green eyes, t... Read full article


Night of the Demon (1957) Starring Dana Andrews and

By 4 Star Film Fan on Jul 29, 2019 From 4 Star Films

There’s not a more fitting place to start a horror film set in England than with Stonehenge, those relics of old that we can easily imagine being hexed with pagan cults and rituals summoning some unknown evil into the world. Jacques Tourneur is no stranger to horror films and Night of the Demo... Read full article


o/t: RIP, .

By John Grant on Jan 2, 2018 From Noirish

***Sad news, via The Hannibal 8. I must get out of the habit I’ve had for years, every time I saw the name , of smiling at the cheerful thought that she was still alive after all these years. The Hannibal 8 (Augusta Margaret Diane Fuller) (December 18, 1925 ? Decemb... Read full article


A Twin Bill

By Rick29 on Jul 6, 2016 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

American viewers probably know best from the film noir classic Gun Crazy (1950), Curse of the Demon (1958), and The Late George Apley (1947). However, despite appearing in only 26 films, the enchanting actress was a steady presence in British cinema in the 1950s. I recentlycaught two c... Read full article


A Twin Bill

By Rick29 on Jul 6, 2016 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

American viewers probably know best from the film noir classic Gun Crazy (1950), Curse of the Demon (1958), and The Late George Apley (1947). However, despite appearing in only 26 films, the enchanting actress was a steady presence in British cinema in the 1950s. I recentlycaught two c... Read full article


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Peggy Cummins Quotes:

Bart: You were going to kill that man!
Annie Laurie Starr: He'd have killed us if he had the chance!


Packett: I saw the two of you, the way you were looking at each other tonight, like a couple of wild animals. Almost scared me.
Annie Laurie Starr: It should. He's a MAN.


Lucy, Hawlett Trucking Secretary: I heard what they're saying. Is it true?
Tom Yately: Yes, it's true. I wasn't framed, and nobody talked me into anything. And the judge didn't give me a raw deal. Happy?
Lucy, Hawlett Trucking Secretary: You still have an invitation to eat at my place.


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Peggy Cummins Facts
On June 14th, 2006 she appeared as guest of honour at a special screening of Curse of the Demon (1957) in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, UK. Looking slim and elegant and nowhere near her age, Peggy answered some questions from the audience before viewing the film for the first time.

Her two best known films are known by alternate titles: Gun Crazy (1950) (aka "Gun Crazy") and Curse of the Demon (1957) (aka "Curse of the Demon").

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