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Joan Gardner (I) (1914–1999)

Joan Gardner was born on October 26, 1914 in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, England as Joan Gardener. She was an actress and writer, known for The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934), The Man Who Could Work Miracles (1936) and Dark Journey (1937). She was married to Zoltan Korda. She died on September 17, 1999 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1938 The Rebel Son
 1938 The Challenge
Felicitas - His Daughter
 1936 Wings Over Africa
Carol Reade
 1936 Forever Yours
Helen Carleton
 1935 Barnacle Bill
Jill Harris
 1934 The Private Life of Don Juan
Carmen, a Young Lady of Romance
 1934 The Girl Thief
 1934 The Rise of Catherine the Great
 1933 The Man Outside
Peggy Fordyce
 1932 Men of Tomorrow
Jane Anderson
 1932 Wedding Rehearsal
Lady Rose Mary Wroxbury
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 1937 Round the Film Studios (TV Series) (narrative script - 1 episode)
- No. 2 Denham Part 8 (1937) ... (narrative script)
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 1937 Round the Film Studios (TV Series)
- No. 2 Denham Part 8 (1937) ... Herself

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Joan Korda


5' 6" (1.68 m)

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This stunning British actress was discovered for films as a teen by producer Alexander Korda. She retired within the decade after marrying his brother, director Zoltan Korda, to raise a family. See more »

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