We need someone with qualifications pilex hemoroidi Set in a female prisoner of war camp, 2,000 Women (1944) seemed more of the same. Yet the role of Bridie Johnson, a stripper who shares her favours with the Germans and is suspected of being a camp fifth-columnist, offered Jean Kent a first real chance to act. She followed it with Fanny by Gaslight and Waterloo Road. Her role in the latter, as a brassy, South London scold, was small but conspicuous enough to mark her out as a rising star.
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