Lets remember... Hana Maria Pravda (born Hana Becková on 29 January 1916 in Prague)
She passed away on the 28th May 2008 aged 92
She was a Czechoslovakian-born British actress.
Hana Pravda trained in Leningrad in 1936 under Alexei Dikii. On her return to Prague she married her first husband, Alexander Munk who was a student activist. When the war broke out both were sent to Theresienstadt concentration camp and were subsequently transferred to the Auschwitz concentration camp where they became separated. Pravda survived the camp and the subsequent January 1945 death march and recorded her experiences in a diary. She later found out that her husband had died. She returned to Prague and continued to act with the Svandovo company where she met George Pravda. She emigrated to the United Kingdom with George Pravda and continued her career.
Pravda worked in Czech theatre before the outbreak of World War II and made 5 films (under the names Hana Becková, Hana Bělská, Hana Alexandrová and Hana Pravdová). Pravda's most well-known role was as Emma Cohen in the 1970s television drama Survivors. She also appeared as the wife of the innkeeper (played by her real-life husband George) in the Jack Palance version of Dracula (1973).
Other TV credits include: Danger Man, Department S, Callan, Z-Cars, Dad's Army and Tales of the Unexpected.
.. but we remember her as Mrs Habbleman, the maid in the 8th episode of the second series... 'The Familiar Spirit'.