Elizabeth Inglis (born Desiree Mary Lucy Hawkins;[1] July 10, 1913 – August 25, 2007) was an English actress who portrayed Amanda Ripley-McClaren (in the form of photograph) in the extended Special Edition of Aliens, although she was not credited for the role. She was the mother of actress Sigourney Weaver. Other notable films Inglis appeared in include The 39 Steps (1935).

Inglis died on 25 August 2007, in Santa Barbara, California, USA at the age of 94. She was the last known surviving member of the cast from Hitchcock's film, The 39 Steps.


Year Title Notes
1934 Borrowed Clothes
1935 The 39 Steps Uncredited
1937 Landslide
Museum Mystery
Thunder in the City
1940 My Love Came Back Uncredited
River's End
The Letter
1945 Tonight and Every Night
1986 Aliens[2] Uncredited


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  2. Inglis' appearance in Aliens (in the form of a photograph) was cut from the theatrical release, but later reinstated in the extended Special Edition
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