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Joan Weldon

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Joan Weldon (born as Joan Louise Welton on August 5, 1933, San Francisco, California) is an American film and television actress. She began her career singing in the San Francisco Grand Opera Company chorus. Later she became a contract actress with Warner Bros. where she remained until her contract ended in 1954. Her most prominent film was the cult thriller Them! She resumed her career as a singer in road company productions including The Music Man and Oklahoma!. Weldon retired in 1980. Description above from the Wikipedia article Joan Weldon, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Aug 5, 1933 In San Francisco, California, U.S.
Movie/TV Credits:
16
First Appeared:
In the series Lux Video Theatre 1950-10-02
Latest Project:
Movie Home Before Dark 1958-11-16
Known For
Poster of Home Before Dark
Poster of Them!
Poster of Riding Shotgun
Poster of So This Is Love
Filmography

Home Before Dark (1958)

Drama
Movie
as Frances Barrett
7.5 2 votes

Day of the Badman (1958)

Western
Movie
as Myra Owens
6 1 votes

Gunsight Ridge (1957)

Western Action Adventure
Movie
as Molly Jones
2 2 votes

Have Gun – Will Travel (1957)

Western Action & Adventure
Series
as Unknown
8.4 11 votes

Maverick (1957)

Comedy Western
Series
as Unknown
8.6 8 votes

Perry Mason (1957)

Mystery Drama Crime Family
Series
as Unknown
7.8 20 votes

The Millionaire (1955)

Drama
Series
as Unknown
7 2 votes

Cheyenne (1955)

Action & Adventure Western
Series
as Unknown
7.5 4 votes

Riding Shotgun (1954)

Western
Movie
as Orissa Flynn
3.8 2 votes

The Command (1954)

Western
Movie
as Martha Cutting
4.2 3 votes

Them! (1954)

Horror Mystery Science Fiction
Movie
as Dr. Pat Medford
6.8 84 votes

Deep in My Heart (1954)

Comedy Drama Music
Movie
as Joan Weldon
7 1 votes

The System (1953)

Crime
Movie
as Felice Stuart
4.5 3 votes

The Stranger Wore a Gun (1953)

Action Western
Movie
as Shelby Conroy
4.5 6 votes

So This Is Love (1953)

Movie
as Ruth Obre

Lux Video Theatre (1950)

Drama
Series
as Unknown