JEANNE CRAIN (1925-2003) was a talented and beautiful actress with the ability to play a variety of roles!
Haven't you seen People Will Talk (1951)? A touching, heartwarming film...Jeanne plays a young girl who finds out she is pregnant and isn't at all happy about the fact. She falls in love with Cary Grant's character, a charming doctor, who falls in love with her, as well! An entertaining, lovely film.
Watch this and then see these other four films.
State Fair (1945) A wonderful, enchanting film that will take you right back to the days of old! When Margy, a farm girl looking for love, meets big city reporter Pat (Dana Andrews), it's love at first sight! A charming combination of music, dance, and nostalgia.
Winged Victory (1944) A gripping World War II drama...
A Letter to Three Wives (1949) Crain skillfully plays Deborah Bishop, a woman waiting to find out if her husband is the one who has run away with another woman...
Pinky (1949) A compelling film about a light-skinned black woman who returns to the South after going to school in the North.
*Contributed by: "MelissaAnne" Date: Thurs, Nov 17 2005 / 14:36:56 PST
1949 Nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role: PINKY