Blog posts tagged with 'madeleine carroll'
From this Friday, 27th February through to 15th March, Herefordshire has its own film festival with a wealth of films to watch all around the county. There are thirty venues in total and the nearest ones to Brinsop Court are The Simpson Hall in Burghill and the Courtyard in Hereford. We are particularly delighted to see that “Here and Now” (12A), is showing on Tuesday, 3rd March… read more on Borderlines Film Festival 2015
Did you see the Birmingham Post on Thursday, 2nd October 2014? If not, don’t worry, I’ve re-typed the full page article here, written by Chris Upton. Have you heard the one about the actress, the vicar, the poet and the political economist? Regrettably I can’t find a joke to put them all in, but I do have a house. A very fine house, in fact, bang in… read more on Telling all Manor of Celebrity Gossip
Brinsop is all about quality time with friends and family and giving yourself and each other a treat with a memorable stay here on the estate. There is so much to see and do here but it is not always obvious and that’s how we like it! Just for fun and because it is the start of a new year, we’ve put together the first half of… read more on A to Z of Brinsop
Madeline Carroll, one of Brinsop’s celebrity occupants was apparently the highest paid actress in 1938 and at the peak of her success she was earning a staggering for the time, $250,000 in one year! According to Fox Studios she was also the most beautiful woman in the world and made a total of thirty six film - quite a claim to fame. The 39 Steps was the… read more on Madeleine Carroll Films
You've heard of Alfred Hitchcock and you've heard of the 39 Steps by John Buchan, but have you heard of the blond bombshell that was Madeleine Carroll who starred in the 1935 Hollywood film, 39 Steps? Reading up on her I realise my education in Hollywood movie actresses of the 30s and 40s is sadly lacking as she was very famous in her day. She was an… read more on Hollywood Actress who made Brinsop Court her home