Jeanne de Casalis, who I've only seen in a few films, seems to be a consummate scene-stealer and is great fun. She does the most wonderful flounces as the Duchess of Portsmouth in Nell Gwyn, a small part as a friend of Charles Laughton in Jamaica Inn, a slightly bewildered Mrs Pilkington in Sailors Three, and a fearsome dowager with a little dog in They Met in the Dark. I would like to see more of her work, but that seems unlikely.
And Cottage to Let is also one of my favourites. What a cast! A small cameo by Hay Petrie, the lovely Carla Lehmann, the over-dressed Muriel Aked (Miss Fernery) helping out in the kitchen. A sheer joy. "Lousy organisation!"