ⓘ Maudie

                                     

ⓘ Maudie

  • Maudie Joan Littlewood 1914–2002, English theatre director.
  • Maudie Hopkins 1914–2008, American Civil War widow.
  • Maudie Dunham 1902–1982, British actress.
  • Maudie Prickett 1914–1976, American actress.
  • Maudie Bitar, Lebanese journalist and critic.
  • Maudie Edwards 1906–1991, Welsh actress, comedian and singer.
                                     
  • Maudie Prickett born Maudie Marie Doyle, October 25, 1914 April 14, 1976 was an American character actress who performed in over 300 stage, film, and
  • Maudie Hopkins December 7, 1914 August 17, 2008 was an American woman believed to be the last publicly known and identified surviving widow of a Civil
  • Maude Maudie Mason was the protagonist, and narrator, of the Maudie stories and Maudie books written by American authors Graeme and Sarah Lorimer
  • Maudie is a 2016 biographical drama film directed by Aisling Walsh and starring Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke. A co - production of Ireland and Canada, the
  • Maud Edwards 16 October 1906 24 March 1991 professionally known as Maudie Edwards, was a Welsh English actress, comedian and singer, now best remembered
  • Littlehampton, known as Maudie is a cartoon character created by Osbert Lancaster. From the late 1940s until Lancaster s retirement in 1981 Maudie was the leading
  • Maudie was a 4, 661 GRT tanker that was built in 1920 by Lithgows, Port Glasgow, Scotland. Laid down as War Peshwa for the British Shipping Controller
  • Maudie Dunham 1902 in Doddinghurst, Essex 1982 was a British actress. The Beetle 1919 The Winning Goal 1920 The Ugly Duckling 1920 Love in the
  • Film and Television Award and a Canadian Screen Award for her direction of Maudie 2016 She is known for her unflinching honest portrayals of a Catholic
  • Maudie Bitar Arabic: مودي بيطار is a Lebanese journalist and critic. She has worked for and published extensively in an - Nahar Lebanon and al - Hayat
  • film directed by George Beranger and starring John Stuart, Amy Verity and Maudie Dunham. It was adapted from the 1913 14 novel Sinister Street by Compton