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But what I really admired about him was that he knew the value of hard work.His parents were blue-collar workers and life hadn’t been easy for him.Belinda Lee (15 June 1935 – 12 March 1961) was an English actress.A profile for the British Film Institute said "of all the Rank Organisation's starlets, Belinda Lee stands out as the most notorious, yet paradoxically anonymous, British actress of the 1950s." Often cast in demure roles in her early career, she was able to demonstrate her dramatic abilities, however she found more constant employment when she began to play "sexpot" roles.His determination to break out of poverty really impressed me.I counted myself lucky to find the man I wanted to marry at 22 though how we met was rather cliched.Arthur Rank Organisation to plan personal appearances for the stars and act as their escort when needed.

Stars seen include Julia Arnall, Tonia Bern, Terence Morgan with Peggy Cummins, Derek Bond, George Baker, John Gregson, John Pertwee, Kenneth More, Tony Wright, Janette Scott, Shirley Ann Field, Petula Clark, and Robert Morley. Robert Giles is one of four persons employed by the J.

Margaret’s, a boarding school at Exeter, Devon, approximately 20 miles from home.

The school has a reputation for "good manners and the development of personality." There she is known as Billie and plays right wing on the hockey team.

She made her film debut opposite comic Frankie Howerd (in his film debut) in The Runaway Bus (1954). Guest used her in a small role in Life with the Lyons (1954), again for Hammer. Callaghan (1954) and The Belles of St Trinian's (1954), the latter being a big hit.

She had a good part in a thriller Footsteps in the Fog (1955), supporting Stewart Granger and Jean Simmons, then played a series of decorative parts in comedies: Man of the Moment (1955) with Norman Wisdom; No Smoking (1955); Who Done It? She replaced Diana Dors in The Big Money with Ian Carmichael, which Rank disliked so much they delayed showing.