Valerie Hobson Overview:

Actress, Valerie Hobson, was born Valerie Babette Louise Hobson on Apr 14, 1917 in Larne, Ireland. Hobson died at the age of 81 on Nov 13, 1998 in London, England .



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The Werewolf of London (1935) – with Henry Hull and

By Greg Orypeck on Jan 28, 2016 From Classic Film Freak

Share This! ?The werewolf is neither man nor wolf, but a satanic creature with the worst qualities of both.?? ? ?? Dr. Yogami (Warner Oland) to Dr. Glendon (Henry Hull) If nothing else, for it isn?t all that great a horror movie as horror flicks go, The Werewolf of London established any number of... Read full article

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Valerie Hobson Quotes:

Lisa Glendon: [to Wilfred] It's Lisa. Don't you know me. Lisa.

Mrs.Sorensen: Did you ever try being married? That can be quite a big adventure.
Captain Anderson: [sighs] Why do women always say that? Marriage ends adventure.
Mrs.Sorensen: [copies sigh] Why do men always say that?

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Valerie Hobson Facts
Her oldest son, Simon, was born with Down's Syndrome.

Twelve years before playing Estella in Great Expectations (1946), she filmed several scenes as Biddy in Great Expectations (1934) which were eventually cut. Francis L. Sullivan played Mr Jaggers in both films.

Stopped taking her medication which led to the heart attack that killed her.

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