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Joan Bennett
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Actress
    (February 27, 1910-December 7, 1990)
    Birth Name is Joan Geraldine Bennett
    Acted in 'Bulldog Drummond (1929),' 'Disraeli (1929),' 'Moby Dick (1930),' 'Little Women (1933),' 'The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo (1935),' 'Private Worlds (1936),' 'Mississippi (1936),' 'Vogues of 1938 (1937),' 'The Man in the Iron Mask (1939),' 'The Woman In the Window (1939),' 'Scarlet Street (1945),' 'The Secret Behind the door (1948),' 'The Reckless Moment (1949),' and 'Father of the Bride (1950)'
    Best known for her role in 'The Woman in the Window (1944)'
    Acted on the soap 'Dark Shadows'
    She was divorced.
    She married four times.
    She married John Marion Fox at sixteen.
    She wrote an autobiography.
    For a time, she lived in her sister, Constance Bennett's shadow.
    She was near-sighted.
    She was thought to be the most likely choice to play Scarlet O'Hara in 'Gone With the Wind (1939),' but the public forgot about her when Paulette Goddard tested.
    But both she and Paulette Goddard were beat out for Scarlet O'Hara by Vivien Leigh.
    Filming on 'She Wanted a Millionaire,' was interrupted when Joan fell from a horse and broke her leg (1932).
    She is credited with appearing in 'Inn of the Damned' but she wasn't in that film (1974).
    Her third husband, Walter Wanger, shot and wounded Jennings Lang, her agent, claiming he was trying to 'Steal her' from him.
    She came from an acting family.
    She saved her career by dying her hair from blonde to brunette.
    Her brunette hair color gave her a mysterious look.
    She sang songs with her own voice and was never dubbed.
    She said 'Meryl Streep can act Polish or English or Australian but she sure as hell can't act blonde.'
    She made the most films with film tyrant, Fritz Lang (5 films) She was nominated for a 1968 Emmy for 'Outstanding Achievement in a Daytime Programming,' for her role in 'Dark Shadows.'
    She has a Star on the Walk of Fame (1960).
    She died of a heart attack.

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