Judy's Film Credits

Judy Cornwell has played in a number of films since 1967, both in the UK and the US. Her film credits include:

Santa Claus the Movie

Santa Claus the Movie (1985) Tri-Star

Judy plays Mrs. Claus to David Huddleston's Santa, with Dudley Moore playing Patch the mischevious elf.

The film follows how Santa Claus became Santa Claus, and was given immortality and chosen to deliver toys to children of the world - and the attempts of Patch to take over the business.

 

Cry Freedom

Cry Freedom (1987) Universal

Richard Attenborough's Cry Freedom follows South African journalist Donald Woods as he investigates the death of Steve Biko.

Donald Woods is forced to flee the country after attempting to investigate the death in custody of his friend Steve Biko.

 

Brotherly Love

Brotherly Love (1970) (aka Country Dance) MGM

Judy Cornwell plays Rosie in this adaptation of a stage play. Starring Peter O'Toole and Susannah York, the film is a tragi-comedy set amongst the Scottish upper class.

Peter O'Toole plays a mentally disturbed Scotsman who harbors an incestuous yearning for his sister who is staying over after fighting with her husband.

 

Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights (1970) (American International Pictures)

This adaptation of Emily Bronte's dark romantic classic sees Timothy Dalton playing Heathcliff to Anna Calder-Marshall's Cathy. Judy plays Nellie Dean, the housekeeper.

The timeless story of unfulfilled love has been adapted in many forms over the years, from music to songs - the story is timeless and enduring and retains its power to this day.

 

Every Home Should Have One (1970) (aka Think Dirty) British Lion

A British film written by Marty Feldman sees Judy starring opposite Marty as his wife. Feldman is an advertising executive given the task of making frozen porridge sexy.

The domestic bliss is then disturbed by the alarming Lotte von Gelbstein (Penelope Keith) and a Swedish nanny ...

 

Whoever Slew Auntie Roo (1970) (American International Pictures)

Judy plays Clarise in this re-imagining of the Hansel and Gretel story, set in a 1920s orphanage.

 

Paddy (1970) (American International Pictures)

Judy plays Breeda as an Irish lover tries to juggle varied encounters with home life.

 

Wild Racers (1968) (American International Pictures)

A story of a racer - set on US stock car racetracks and in European Formula One.

 

Cry Wolf (1968) (CFF)

A boy tells elaborate lies - no-one believes him when they turn out to be the truth.

 

Can Hieronymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness? (1969) (Universal)

Judy plays Merkin's (Anthony Newley)'s first wife as he screens an autobiographical movie of his life, growth and moral decay.

 

Rocket to the Moon (1967) (American International Pictures)

Phineas T Barnum finances the first flight to the moon but it's not as easy as he thought ...

 

Two for the Road (1967) (Twentieth Century Fox))

Classic pairing of Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney re-living their journey round Europe when they first met.