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Jane Bryan (1918–2009)


Warner was grooming Bryan for stardom in the late 1930s when she met and married the love of her life, Justin Dart, head of the Rexall Drug empire. An ardent Republican, he became one of Ronald Reagan's most trusted advisors. See full bio »

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 1939 Invisible Stripes
Peggy
 1939 We Are Not Alone
Leni Krafft
 1939 These Glamour Girls
Carol Christy
 1939 The Old Maid
Tina
 1939 The Man Who Dared
Marge Carter
 1938 The Sisters
Grace Elliott
 1937 Confession
Lisa
 1937 The Cherokee Strip
Janie Walton
 1937 Marked Woman
Betty
 1937 Under Southern Stars (Short)
Arlene
 1936 The Captain's Kid
Betsy Ann Prentiss
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 1937 Breakdowns of 1937 (Short)
Herself
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 1974 AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to James Cagney (TV Special documentary)
Actress 'Each Dawn I Die'

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Her stepson, Justin Dart Jr. (1930-2002), was a powerful activist for disability rights and helped write the Americans with Disabilities Act. See more »

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Punky

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Gemini

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