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Joan Chandler is a Actor American born on 24 august 1923 at Butler (USA)

Joan Chandler

Joan Chandler
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Birth name Joan Cheeseman
Nationality USA
Birth 24 august 1923 at Butler (USA)
Death 11 may 1979 (at 55 years) at New York City (USA)

Joan Chandler (born Joan Cheeseman; August 24, 1923 – May 11, 1979) was an American actress who notably starred in Rope (1948) with James Stewart and Humoresque (1946) with Joan Crawford.

She was born in Butler, Pennsylvania, and died at the age of 55 of cancer in New York City. A founding member of The Actors Studio, Chandler appeared in several feature films, five Broadway plays, and about 12 television programs, such as Studio One and Starlight Theatre. She was married twice, first to David McKay, then to Dr. Charles C. Hogan.

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Richard Rush
Richard Rush
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Curd Jürgens
Curd Jürgens
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James Stewart
James Stewart
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Perc Westmore
Perc Westmore
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Filmography of Joan Chandler (4 films)

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Actress

Too Soon to Love, 1h25
Directed by Richard Rush
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Melodrama, Romance
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Pregnancy films, Films about sexuality, La sexualité des mineurs
Actors Merle Oberon, Curd Jürgens, Richard Evans, Richard Evans, Jack Nicholson, Ralph Manza
Rating55% 2.78752.78752.78752.78752.7875
Cathy Taylor et Jim Mills, deux adolescents, voient leur amour contrarié par l'attitude du père de Cathy. Ils continuent cependant à se voir à son insu mais bientôt Cathy tombe enceinte. Ils décident ensemble qu'il vaudrait mieux qu'elle avorte, mais ils n'ont pas l'argent pour payer le médecin...
How to Make a Monster, 1h13
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Horror
Themes Films about animals, Films about magic and magicians, Wolves in film, Frankenstein films, Werewolves in film, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Robert H. Harris, Gary Conway, Paul Brinegar, Gary Clarke, Morris Ankrum, Malcolm Atterbury
Roles Marilyn
Rating53% 2.6589852.6589852.6589852.6589852.658985
Pete Dumond, Chief Make-up Artist for 25 years at American International Studios, is fired after the studio is purchased by NBN Associates. The new management from the East, Jeffrey Clayton and John Nixon, plan to make musicals and comedies -- instead of the horror pictures for which Pete has created his remarkable monster make-ups and made the studio famous. In retaliaton, Pete vows to use the very monsters these men have rejected to destroy them. By mixing a numbing ingredient into his foundation cream and persuading the young actors that their careers are through unless they place themselves in his power, he hypnotizes both Larry Drake and Tony Mantell (who are playing the characters Teenage Werewolf and Teenage Frankenstein, respectively, in the picture Werewolf Meets Frankenstein,currently shooting on the lot).
Rope
Rope (1948)
, 1h20
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Documentary, Crime
Themes Assassinat, Films about education, L'action se déroule en une journée, Medical-themed films, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Films about psychiatry, Films based on plays, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors James Stewart, John Dall, Farley Granger, Joan Chandler, Cedric Hardwicke, Douglas Dick
Roles Janet Walker
Rating79% 3.9998453.9998453.9998453.9998453.999845
Two brilliant young aesthetes, Brandon Shaw (Dall) and Phillip Morgan (Granger), strangle to death a former classmate, David Kentley (Dick Hogan), in their apartment. They commit the crime as an intellectual exercise; they want to prove their superiority by committing the "perfect murder".
Humoresque
Humoresque (1947)
, 2h5
Directed by Jean Negulesco
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Musical, Melodrama, Romance
Themes Films about music and musicians, Films about classical music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Joan Crawford, John Garfield, Oscar Levant, J. Carrol Naish, Joan Chandler, Peggy Knudsen
Roles Gina Romney
Rating75% 3.7954753.7954753.7954753.7954753.795475
In New York City, a performance by noted violinist Paul Boray (John Garfield) is cancelled. At his apartment, Boray is at rock bottom emotionally. His manager Frederic Bauer (Richard Gaines) is angry with him for misunderstanding what a performing career would be like, and for thinking that music is no longer part of his life. To the more sympathetic Sid Jeffers (Oscar Levant), Boray says he has always wanted to do the right thing, but has always been "on the outside, looking in," and cannot "get back to that happy kid" he once was.