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Eleanor Smith (I) (1902–1945)

Eldest child of Frederick Edwin Smith, Conservative politician and Lord Chancellor, who was created Earl of Birkenhead in 1922, for his political services. Eleanor Smith worked for some years as a society reporter and cinema reviewer, before travelling more widely as a publicist for circus companies. She believed that her paternal ... See full bio »

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(age 43)

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Known For

Caravan Writer
(1946)
Gypsy Writer
(1937)
(1943)
(1941)

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 1946 Caravan (from the famous novel Caravan by - as Lady Eleanor Smith)
 1943 The Man in Grey (novel - as Lady Eleanor Smith)
 1941 The Men in Her Life (novel "Ballerina" - as Lady Eleanor Smith)
 1937 Gypsy (novel "Tzigane")
 1933 Red Wagon (novel - as Lady Eleanor Smith)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Novel: "Red Wagon". NOTE: Filmed as Red Wagon (1933). See more »

Publicity Listings:

2 Print Biographies | 1 Article | See more »

Alternate Names:

Eleanor Furneaux Smith | Lady Eleanor Smith
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Lady Eleanor Smith had been a devotee of the British circus and was a founder of the Circus Fans' Association of Great Britain.

Nickname:

Lady Eleanor Smith

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