Remembered on her behalf voice acting function in the 1950s, ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s, she actually is particularly well-known for her contributions towards the Famous Journeys of Mr. Magoo, The Activities of Spunky and Tadpole, and Pound Pups. In the past due 1940s, in the beginning of her profession, she lent her tone of voice towards the puppet-based series Period for Beany. Aside from her are a voice celebrity, she penned scripts for it display Pantomime Quiz. The kid of Adelaide Gardner and jazz pianist “Jumbo” Gardner, she spent her youngsters in Chicago, Illinois. She later on wedded Edward Janis and resolved in the LA, California region. She and Groucho Marx both voiced character types in the 1970 ABC cartoon unique The Mad, Mad, Mad Comedians.
|1||Not to be confused with American voice specialist Joan Gardner, who lent her talents to many cartoons during the 1960s and 1970s.|
|2||This stunning British actress was discovered for films as a teen by producer Alexander Korda. She retired within the decade after marrying his brother, director Zoltan Korda, to raise a family.|
|The Rebel Son||1938||Galka|
|The Challenge||1938||Felicitas - His Daughter|
|Wings Over Africa||1936||Carol Reade|
|The Man Who Could Work Miracles||1936||Ada Price|
|Forever Yours||1936||Helen Carleton|
|Barnacle Bill||1935||Jill Harris|
|The Scarlet Pimpernel||1934||Suzanne de Tournay|
|The Private Life of Don Juan||1934||Carmen, a Young Lady of Romance|
|The Girl Thief||1934||Evelyn|
|The Rise of Catherine the Great||1934||Katushienka|
|The Man Outside||1933||Peggy Fordyce|
|Men of Tomorrow||1932||Jane Anderson|
|Wedding Rehearsal||1932||Lady Rose Mary Wroxbury|
|Round the Film Studios||1937||TV Series narrative script - 1 episode|
|Round the Film Studios||1937||TV Series||Herself - Actress|
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