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Joan Peers (1909–1975)

Joan Peers was born on August 19, 1909 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She was an actress, known for Applause (1929), Tol'able David (1930) and Rain or Shine (1930). She died on July 11, 1975 in San Francisco, California, USA. See full bio »

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Applause April Darling
Tol'able David
Tol'able David Esther Hatburn
Rain or Shine
Rain or Shine Mary Rainey
Parlor, Bedroom and Bath


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 1931 Over the Hill
Susan as an Adult
 1931 The Tip-Off
Edna Moreno
 1931 Parlor, Bedroom and Bath
Nita Leslie
 1930 Rain or Shine
Mary Rainey
 1930 Anybody's War
Mary Jane Robinson
 1930 Paramount on Parade
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1923 Rosita
Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)

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Daughter of stage actor Frank Peers, Joan was a child actress and dancer (with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra). In 1917, aged six, she went on tour with Guy Bates Post in the play 'The Masquerader'. She appeared on Broadway in 'Marry the Man' in 1929, but the play closed after only eight performances. Her brief Hollywood career (1929-1931), included two good parts in Applause (1929) and Tol'able ... See more »

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