Judith Furse worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. In her early acting career, Furse appeared in such films as the drama "Black Narcissus" (1947) with Deborah Kerr, "The Heart of the Matter" (1954) with Trevor Howard and "The Cockleshell Heroes" (1956). She also appeared in the Joyce Grenfell comedy "Blue Murder at St. Trinian's" (1957). She continued to work steadily in film throughout the fifties and the sixties, appearing in the adaptation sequel "Doctor at Large" (1957) with Dirk Bogarde, "Scent of Mystery" (1960) and the Susan Hayward dramatic adaptation "I Thank a Fool" (1962). She also appeared in the comedy "Carry on Spying" (1964) with Kenneth Williams. During the latter half of her career, she continued to act in the Kim Novak comedic adaptation "The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders" (1965), the Hayley Mills drama "Gypsy Girl" (1966) and "Carry on Cabby" (1967) with Sidney James. She also appeared in "Goodbye, Mr. Chips." Furse also acted in "Live Now - Pay Later."