Joanne Dru

Actor, Showgirl, Model
Born: 01/31/1923 in Logan, West Virginia, USA

Filmography

Actor (24)

John Wayne Standing Tall 1988 - 1989 (TV Show)

Actor

Supersnooper 1980 (Movie)

Rosy Labouche (Actor)

Sylvia 1965 (Movie)

Jane Phillips (Actor)

Alcoa/Goodyear Theater 1958 - 1960 (TV Show)

Actor

The Lux Video Theater 1950 - 1960 (TV Show)

Actor

The Light in the Forest 1958 (Movie)

Milly Elder (Actor)

The Wild and the Innocent 1958 (Movie)

Marcy Howard (Actor)

Drango 1956 (Movie)

Kate (Actor)

Hell on Frisco Bay 1955 (Movie)

Marcia Rollins (Actor)

Sincerely Yours 1955 (Movie)

Marion Moore (Actor)

The Warriors 1955 (Movie)

Lady Joan Holland (Actor)

Three Ring Circus 1954 (Movie)

Jill Brent (Actor)

Forbidden 1953 (Movie)

Christine Lawrence (Actor)

Wagonmaster 1950 (Movie)

Denver (Actor)

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon 1949 (Movie)

Olivia Dandridge (Actor)

All the King's Men 1948 (Movie)

Anne Stanton (Actor)

Red River 1948 (Movie)

Tess Millay (Actor)

711 Ocean Drive (Movie)

Gail Mason (Actor)

Abie's Irish Rose (Movie)

Rosemary Murphy (Actor)

Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell (Movie)

Miss Tripp (Actor)

My Pal Gus (Movie)

Lydia Marble (Actor)

The Pride of St. Louis (Movie)

Patricia Nash Dean (Actor)

Thunder Bay (Movie)

Stella Rigaud (Actor)

Vengeance Valley (Movie)

Jen Strobie (Actor)

Relationships

Dick Haymes Actor

Husband

Barbara Haymes

Daughter
died c. 1993

John Ireland Actor

Husband

Peter Marshall

Brother
survived her

David Moss

Brother
survived her

Joanna Santos

Daughter
survived her

C V Wood Jr. Actor

Husband
Married 1972 until his death of lung cancer March 13, 1992; Wood was president of Warner Bros Recreational Enterprises Division when he died

Milestones

1960

Starred in "Guestward Ho!" an ABC-TV sitcom, playing the role of Babs Hooten

1950

Acted in "Wagonmaster" another John Ford film, co-starring Ben Johnson

1949

Appeared in "All the King's Men"

1949

Cast in director John Ford's "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" again opposite John Wayne

1948

Co-starred in director Howard Hawks' "Red River" as Tess Millay with John Wayne; Hawks spotted her sunning in Palm Springs; changed her last name from Marshall to Dru

1946

Film acting debut was "Abie's Irish Rose" acting opposite Bing Crosby

Moved to New York after the death of her father

Became a Powers model while still in high school

Changed last name from LaCock to Marshall

Moved to Hollywood with husband, Dick Haymes

Began career as a showgirl in Al Jolson's last Broadway show "Hold Onto Your Hats" with Joyce Mathews and Jinx Falkenberg; co-starred Martha Raye

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