Main title from Close-up of the Stars (1946) (6) featuring Patricia Roc
British actress Patricia Roc sits wears an off-the-shoulder dress as she sits in front of a real fire Roc is surrounded by Christmas presents and decorations
Anne Crawford (as Jennifer) and Patricia Roc (as Celia) in a photograph from Millions Like Us (1943) (1)
Patricia Roc stands on the steps of a brick porch. The actress is dressed in a light-coloured trouser suit and sandals.
Miss Roc has been living and filming in France since her marriage to French cameraman Andre Thomas, in 1949; she has now returned to England, having separated from her husband. Portrait study by Nick de Morgoli [mid-late 1950s?].
Who could refuse ‘the perfect woman’? Stanley Holloway smiles gallantly while offering the remaining cake on the plate to co-star Patricia Roc, who plays the title role in The Perfect Woman. An off-set shot from The Perfect Woman, the Two Cities film version of the successful comedy starring Patricia Roc with Stanley Holloway and Nigel Patrick, produced by George and Alfred Black, and directed by Bernard Knowles at Denham.
Patricia Roc wishes her fans a very merry Xmas in this signed greetings card
Patricia Roc wears a fur coat in order to try to keep warm amidst the snowy rooftop chimneys
Screenshot from Suspected Person (1942) (6)
Screenshot from Suspected Person (1942) (3)
Screenshot from Suspected Person (1942) (2)
Patricia Roc (as Mme. Dueaux) and George Sanders (as Landru) in a screenshot from Bluebeard’s Ten Honeymoons (1960) (1)
Screenshot from Something Money Can’t Buy (1952) (1)
British actress Patricia Roc, dressed in evening wear, takes a phone call. Beograd card featuring Patricija Rok.
Patricia Roc in Hollywood holds her presents during the Christmas of 1949. Behind her is a mantlepiece decorated with garlands and Christmas cards.
Patricia Roc poses with a couple of suitcases as she waits patiently for customs
Anthony Steel (as Captain Harry Wilding) and Patricia Roc (as Anne Wilding) in a photograph from Something Money Can’t Buy (1952) (4)
Patricia Roc (as Caroline) and Griffith Jones (as Sir Ralph Skelton) in a photograph from The Wicked Lady (1945) (45)
Patricia Roc (as Caroline Marsh) in a photograph from Canyon Passage (1946) (5)
Screenshot from The Perfect Woman (1949) (2)
Patricia Roc (as Elspeth Graham) in a photograph from Circle of Danger (1951) (2)
Film stars Michael Wilding, Pat Roc, Bob Hope and Margaret Lockwood have the cinema auditorium to themselves
Patricia Roc in the Gainsborough picturegoers gallery
Patricia Roc (as Dilys) in a photograph from Jassy (1947) (33)
Patricia Roc and Anthony Steel enjoy a joke together on the set of Something Money Can’t Buy. In the film they play husband and wife and he owns a roving restaurant – hence the chef’s clothes. Something Money Can’t Buy is a timely comedy of married life in post-war Britain.
Patricia Roc wears a low cut halter neck black dress and looks straight to camera
Metro Gaumont Eagle Lion photo of British film star Patricia Roc
Film et Famille magazine with Patricia Roc in Johnny Frenchman. 1947, issue number 40. (French)
Patricia Roc wears a sheer top in a 1946 publicity photo for Universal Pictures
Matchbook holder featuring Gainsborough star Patricia Roc. Famous british actress Jean Kent is on the reverse
Patricia Roc smiles in a sequinned dress
Illustrierte Film Kurier magazine with Patricia Roc in When the Bough Breaks. (German). Kampf um Jimmy.
Patricia Roc smokes while she plays cards
Cadran magazine with Patricia Roc. Issue number 14. (French)
Summer bouquet in natural pinks and blues, straight from a cottage garden, chosen as a favourite cotton dress by Patricia Roc, currently starring in the Two Cities production One Night With You, from the collection by Horrockses.
Patricia Roc poses with a flower in her hair
Roman Film magazine with Patricia Roc and Massimo Serato in The Widow. (French). La Veuve Noire.
Canadian maple leaf gum card featuring Patricia Roc
Autograph of Patricia Roc
A happy Patricia Roc wears a white blouse
Patricia Roc behind the camera for a change, takes a look through the view finder to observe the scene from her fiance Andre Thomas’s viewpoint – he is an expert French cameraman. They will be married in the spring of this year. An off-set shot from The Perfect Woman, the Two Cities film version of the successful comedy, starring Patricia Roc with Stanley Holloway and Nigel Patrick, produced by George and Alfred Black and directed by Bernard Knowles at Denham.
Film Neues Programm magazine with Patricia Roc in The Widow. (German). Geständnisse einer Frau.
Woman magazine with Pat Roc.
Patricia Roc in a fur coat on a snowy rooftop
Picture Post magazine with Patricia Roc. 12th July, 1942, issue number 36.
Patricia Roc – the star with the captivating smile
Patricia Roc International Fan Club Magazine, volume 2 no. 11, from 1948
Le Face a Main magazine with Patricia Roc. (French)
Patricia Roc (as Mary Santell) and Nino Martini (as Giulio) in a photograph from One Night with You (1948) (2)
Patricia Roc wears a bikini as she lies on a lilo