05/08/09

Daily Telegraph obituary:



"Virginia Carroll, who died on July 23 aged 95, rode into film history in a series of Westerns during a career in which she accumulated more than 85 on-screen credits....



"Throughout the 1940s, Virginia Carroll rode the range with a plethora of Western cowboy leads, including Gene Autry and Roy Rogers, often cast as the love interest held captive by cattle rustlers, an embittered lawman or a band of 'Red Indians'....



"She was in WATERLOO BRIDGE (1940), with Vivien Leigh and Robert Taylor; played James Stewart's trusty secretary in POT O'GOLD (1941); and appeared in GI WAR BRIDES (1946) and THAT'S MY GIRL (1947)....."