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Joan Caulfield
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Actress
    (June 1, 1922-June 18, 1991)
    Born in West Orange, New Jersey
    Birth name was Beatrice Joan Caulfield
    Fashion model/actress
    Appeared on Broadway in 'Beat the Band' (1942) and 'Kiss and Tell' (1943)
    Appeared in the films 'Miss Susie Slagle's' (1946), 'Blue Skies' (1946), 'Dear Ruth' (1947), 'The Unsuspected' (1947), 'Dear Wife' (1949), 'The Pretty Girl' (1950), 'The Lady Says No' (1952), 'The Rains of Ranchipur' (1955), 'Cattle King' (1963), 'Red Tomahawk' (1967), 'The Daring Dobermans' (1973) and 'Pony Express Rider' (1976)
    Portrayed Liz Cooper in 'My Favorite Husband' (1952-54) and Sally Truesdale in 'Sally' (1957-58)
    A critic noted that in most of her films she did not act so much as serve as 'an exquisite piece of set decoration.'
    She was married and divorced twice.
    She did ads for Chesterfield cigarettes.
    She was described by Hollywood cameramen as impossible to photograph badly.
    She reportedly inspired the last name of Holden Caulfield in J.D. Salinger's 'Catcher in the Rye.'
    She is a favorite actress of Joss Whedon, who frequently wears a t-shirt with her picture and tests people by asking if they can identify her.

Credit: C. Fishel


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