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Joan Gardner



British leading lady Joan Gardner began supplementing her stage income with film roles in 1932, showing up in such quickies as Men of Tomorrow (1932) and Wedding Rehearsal (1932). Looking smashing in period costumes, Gardner was seen in the larger-budgeted Catherine the Great (1934) and The Private Life of Don Juan (1934). Perhaps her best screen assignment was as the lady friend of Roland Young in the 1937 fantasy The Man Who Could Work Miracles (1937). Joan Gardner retired from films in 1939 upon marrying producer/director Zoltan Korda.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Here Comes Peter Cottontail
  • Actor
1971
No Score Yet Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
  • Jessica
1970
No Score Yet Beach Girls and the Monster
  • Screenwriter
1965
No Score Yet Mr. Magoo in Sherwood Forest
  • Actor
1964
80% Gay Purr-ee
  • Actor
1962
No Score Yet Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol
  • Tiny Tim
1962
No Score Yet The Challenge
  • Felicitas Favre's Daughter
1938
No Score Yet Dark Journey
  • Lupita
1937
No Score Yet The Man Who Could Work Miracles
  • Ada Price
1937
No Score Yet Forever Yours (Forget Me Not)
  • Actor
1936
80% The Scarlet Pimpernel
  • Suzanne de Tournay
1935
No Score Yet Beniamino Gigli - Non Ti Scordar di Me
  • Actor
1935
No Score Yet The Private Life of Don Juan
  • Carmen
1934
No Score Yet Catherine the Great
  • Katuschenka
1934
No Score Yet Wedding Rehearsal
  • Rosemary Wroxbury
1932

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