Elsie Randolph

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Elsie Randolph (9 December 1904 – 15 October 1982) was an English actress, singer and dancer.[1] Randolph was born and died in London.[2]

She is best remembered for her partnership with Jack Buchanan in several stage and film musicals.[3][4] She also appeared in two of Alfred Hitchcock's British films, made forty years apart.[5]

One of her final roles was a guest part in the 1981 television series Funny Man set in the music halls of the late 1920s.

Her papers are in the collection of the University of Birmingham that also has performance details in its collection[6]

Theatre credits (all London productions)[edit]

Film credits[edit]

Television appearances[edit]


  • Stanley Green Encyclopedia of the Musical Theatre, Dodd, Mead, 1976
  • Peter Gammond The Oxford Companion To Popular Music, Oxford University Press, 1991


  1. ^ "Elsie Randolph". BFI.
  2. ^ "Elsie Randolph discography". RateYourMusic.
  3. ^ "Elsie Randolph". AllMusic.
  4. ^ Victoria and Albert Museum, Digital Media webmaster@vam ac uk (20 April 2011). "Jack Buchanan". www.vam.ac.uk.
  5. ^ "Elsie Randolph – Movies and Filmography – AllMovie". AllMovie.
  6. ^ "UoB Calmview5: Search results".

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