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Actress, Phyllis Calvert, was born Phyllis Hannah Bickle on Feb 18, 1915 in London, England. Calvert died at the age of 87 on Oct 8, 2002 in London, England .

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Al Goddard: Prayer's not gonna keep you from being killed.
Sister Augustine: People don't pray to keep from dying. They pray to keep from being disappointed when they do.


Clarissa Marr: [to Peter] We've only had one month together. Not much in a lifetime.


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Daughter Ann Auriol born 1943, son Piers born 1954.

Mostly known for her rather lightweight film roles in drawing-room comedies or costumed melodramas, she subsequently played weightier roles on the stage, such as Jean Anouilh's "The Rehearsal" in 1961 and Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard" (1971).

Often typecast as the virtuous victim, but proved to be more versatile than previously expected by the 1950s. Calvert's role in Mandy (1952) has often been regarded by critics and fans alike as a high point in her career in that the film allowed her the opportunity to demonstrate a range that all too often went untapped earlier in her film career.

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