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  1. Joanne Dru - Wikipedia

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    Joanne Dru (born Joan Letitia LaCock, [1] January 31, 1922 – September 10, 1996)[2] was an American film and television actress, known for such films as Red River, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, and All the King's Men.

  2. Joanne Dru - IMDb

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    Joanne Dru, Actress: Red River. The daughter of a West Virginia druggist, Joanne Dru came to New York in 1940. In New York she worked as a model and was cast by Al Jolson as one of the showgirls in his Broadway play "Hold Onto Your ...

  3. Joanne Dru - Biography - IMDb

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    The daughter of a West Virginia druggist, Joanne Dru came to New York in 1940. In New York she worked as a model and was cast by Al Jolson as one of the showgirls in his Broadway play "Hold Onto Your Hats." When the show closed in ...

  4. Joanne Dru was born in Logan. She became a model in New York at age eighteen and soon began to find stage work. She starred in the short-lived comedy series Guestward HO! as Babs Hotten. Joanne Dru was a Aquarius and was born in the G.I. ...

    • Female
    • Movie Actress
    • American
    • Logan
  5. Joanne Dru - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Joanne Dru was the sister of comedian/TV host Peter Marshall, the aunt of baseball player Pete LaCock, and the sister-in-law of actor/producer/director Tommy Noonan. Highest Rated Movies

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    Rosy Labouche
    1980
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    Jane (Bronson) Phillips
    1965
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    Marcy Howard
    1959
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    Milly Elder
    1958
    • Montgomery Clift & Joanne Dru - "Red River", 1948
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    • 1953 THUNDER BAY - Trailer - James Stewart, Joanne Dru
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    • She Wore a Yellow Ribbon 1949 Trailer | John Wayne | Joanne Dru | John Agar
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  6. Joanne Dru - Bio, Facts, Family Life of Actress

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    Joanne Dru moved to New York in 1940, soon after her father’s death, in search of a career. She began working as a model and was soon hired by Al Jolson as a showgirl for his Broadway play, ‘Hold on to Your Hats.’ In 1941, her husband, Dick ...

  7. Joanne Dru - The Private Life and Times of Joanne Dru. Joanne Dru Pictures.

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    Joanne Dru Pictures - Private Life and Times of Joanne Dru. Joanne Dru Photo Gallery. Joanne Dru (Joanne Letitia LaCock); Glamour Girls of the Silver Screen - The Private Lives and Times of Some of the Most Glamorous Actresses and Starlets of ...

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  9. Joanne Dru (1922-1996) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    ), memorial page for Joanne Dru (31 Jan 1922–11 Sep 1996), Find a Grave Memorial no. 6166004, ; Maintained by Find A Grave Cremated, Ashes scattered at sea. Add Photos for Joanne Dru Fulfill Photo Request for Joanne Dru × ...

    • 31 Jan 1922, Logan, Logan County, West Virginia, USA
    • 11 Sep 1996 (aged 74), Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA
    • Cremated, Ashes scattered at sea
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  10. Obituary: Joanne Dru | The Independent

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    In 1948-50 Joanne Dru starred in three of the finest Hollywood westerns and an Academy Award-winning drama. Though never a major star, her work in these films - Howard Hawks ...

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