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Ann Dere (I) (1868–1954)

Ann Dere was born in 1868 in Moundsville, West Virginia, USA. She was an actress, known for A Streetcar Named Desire (1951), Letter to a Hero (1943) and Goodyear Playhouse (1951). She died on January 4, 1954 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »
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A Streetcar Named Desire
(1951)
Letter to a Hero
Letter to a Hero Narrator
(1943)
Goodyear Playhouse
Goodyear Playhouse The Woman
(1952-1955)
Robert Montgomery Presents
(1952-1953)

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 1956 The Alcoa Hour (TV Series)
Mae Jenks
- The Archangel Harrigan (1956) ... Mae Jenks
 1955 Star Tonight (TV Series)
- Cross-Words (1955)
 1952-1955 Goodyear Playhouse (TV Series)
The Woman
- Holiday Song (1952) ... The Woman
 1954 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
 1952-1953 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
- Anne's Story (1953)
- The Wall (1952)
 1951-1953 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
Mrs. Harrison / Landlady
- Make Believe Bride (1953) ... Mrs. Harrison
- The Blues Street (1951) ... Landlady
 1953 Taxi
Mrs. Albert (uncredited)
 1943 Letter to a Hero (Short)
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Stage Play: A Journey by Night. Drama. Written by Arthur Goodrich, from the German of Leo Perutz. Directed by Robert B. Sinclair. Shubert Theatre: 16 Apr 1935- Apr 1935 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Sarah Allen, Hobart Armory, George Barr, Mimi Bontemps, James Buchanan, Eduardo Ciannelli, Martin Corne, Tom Coyle, Isabel ... See more »

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