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In Britain theatre there is a superstition that if one whistles in the dressing room . . . the actress closest to the door will be fired . . . unless . . . the girl who whistled goes immediately into the hallway and turns a circle three times. When chorus girl Leslie, played by Margaret Lockwood, whistles a tune in the dressing room after a performance the other chorus girls insist that she go immediately into the hallway and turn 'round three times. Unfortunately she is undressed, wearing only her under slip . . . but into the hallway she must go and turn 'round . . . and in the hallway outside the chorus girl's dressing room door is the Earl of Pangborouugh, just returned from the jungles and he hasn't seen a pretty girl for many years. He is immediately taken with the brunette girl, but there are two blondes after him, and these two street-wise gold diggers know all the angles, so Leslie doesn't have a chance at getting close to the Earl. The two blondes that are after the Earl are Gloria, played by Renee Houston, and Clytie, played by Lilli Palmer, and these two girls really know how to fight dirty and get their man. It would seem that the Earl is destined to lose a lot of money to one of the two blonde gold-diggers and brunette Leslie will be forgotten on the sidelines of the game of love . . . or will she? . . . Sometimes the harder a girl tries to throw herself at a man the more the man resists . . . and the girl who sits quietly by is the one that he really wants. After much ado about chasing the Earl, it looks like shy brunette Leslie James will be the winner in the race to capture the heart of the Earl . . . Unless the Earl's Aunt Primrose, played by Helen Haye, can uncover the secret lie that brunette Leslie James is living . . . and she will! Oh, my goodness . . . Now what will happen to the Earl that is chased by all the chorus girls . . . and what will happen to the brunette who loves him but is living a lie . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

In Britain theatre there is a superstition that if one whistles in the dressing room . . . the actress closest to the door will be fired . . . unless . . . the girl who whistled goes immediately into the hallway and turns a circle three times. When chorus girl Leslie, played by Margaret Lockwood, whistles a tune in the dressing room after a performance the other chorus girls insist that she go immediately into the hallway and turn 'round three times. Unfortunately she is undressed, wearing only her under slip . . . but into the hallway she must go and turn 'round . . . and in the hallway outside the chorus girl's dressing room door is the Earl of Pangborouugh, just returned from the jungles and he hasn't seen a pretty girl for many years. He is immediately taken with the brunette girl, but there are two blondes after him, and these two street-wise gold diggers know all the angles, so Leslie doesn't have a chance at getting close to the Earl. The two blondes that are after the Earl are Gloria, played by Renee Houston, and Clytie, played by Lilli Palmer, and these two girls really know how to fight dirty and get their man. It would seem that the Earl is destined to lose a lot of money to one of the two blonde gold-diggers and brunette Leslie will be forgotten on the sidelines of the game of love . . . or will she? . . . Sometimes the harder a girl tries to throw herself at a man the more the man resists . . . and the girl who sits quietly by is the one that he really wants. After much ado about chasing the Earl, it looks like shy brunette Leslie James will be the winner in the race to capture the heart of the Earl . . . Unless the Earl's Aunt Primrose, played by Helen Haye, can uncover the secret lie that brunette Leslie James is living . . . and she will! Oh, my goodness . . . Now what will happen to the Earl that is chased by all the chorus girls . . . and what will happen to the brunette who loves him but is living a lie . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

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  • Item title reads - The New Empire Review now presents Renee Houston at home.

    Shoreham, West Sussex.

    L/S of Shoreham bay with boats in the dock. Various shots of adults and children sat and stood outside a house. M/S of variety star Renee Houston sat in deck chair with a little child on her knee, her husband, Pat Aherne, sits beside her. C/U as the child gives Pat a kiss. M/S as Renee reads a story to a group of children. M/S as she whisks something in the kitchen, C/U of her face, she looks at the camera and winks, then eats a strawberry.

    C/U of her feet in high heeled shoes, M/S as she puts a foot on someone's hand showing how small it is, she only has size 1 feet! M/S as she mops the deck of their yacht, her husband pops up out of the hold and they play fight, M/S as she tweaks his moustache. M/S of Renee hoisting the sail whilst looking at the camera and laughing. M/S as they row away in a small boat.

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    Renee Houston was born on July 24, 1902 in Johnstone, Scotland as Renee Houston Gribbon. She was an actress and writer, known for (1965), (1958) and (1966). She was married to and . She died on February 9, 1980 in London, England.

    David Cronenberg wishes he had anything as scary as Renee Houston in his films. Music hall comedy act (no easy job for a woman, but the audience probably dared not heckle) Renee started in pictures early clocking on for the first time in 1927. By the time she hit Lady Godiva Rides Again and The Belles of St Trinians in the 50s, she was cooking with gas. The Horse’s Mouth and Twice Round the Daffodils neatly segued into toppermost Carry On Cabby and Spying mean it’s a mystery why she’s not better remembered.