Jean Arthur interview – video

Silent Screen Star~Jean Arthur~ A Biography

Jean Arthur (born Gladys Georgianna Greene; October 17, 1900 – June 19, 1991)[1] was an American actress and a film star of ...

Jean Arthur Show--1966 sitcom, Ron Harper, Clint Howard

Jean Arthur starred in this short-lived comedy series from 1966, co-starring Ron Harper, with Leonard Stone, Paul Reed, Olan ...

The More the Merrier (1943) Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea, Charles Coburn

Description: A lighthearted WW2 era romantic comedy sure to make you laugh!

10 Things You Should Know About Jean Arthur

Here are 10 things you should know about the wonderful Jean Arthur, born on October 17, 1900. She was a reluctant and, some ...

Jean Arthur - Retirement

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Adventure in Manhattan (1936) Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea

Description: “In this delightful screwball mystery, ace reporter George Melville (Joel McCrea) brags to colleagues that he will catch ...

Jean Arthur || The Actress Nobody Knew

I got the Jean Arthur biography by John Oller for Christmas. It's a really good biography- very insightful. I highly recommend it.

Jean Arthur's screen test for Scarlet O'Hara

Jean Arthur's screen test for Gone With The Wind.

Jean Arthur in Gunsmoke (1965)

Jean Arthur guest star in this episodes of TV's Gunsmoke - her first TV appearance (1965). This special episode from the 10th ...

Cary Grant & Jean Arthur at the piano

"Some of these days" & "The peanut vendor" Only Angels Have Wings c. 1939.

Jean Howard--Rare 1990 TV Interview, Marilyn Monroe, Vivien Leigh

Veteran actress, photographer and socialite Jean Howard discusses her life and career, including friendships with Marilyn ...

Jean Arthur's funny moment in ''Talk of The Town''

''Talk Of The Town'' (1942) is available on DVD at Amazon. Jean Arthur Facebook page: ...

How to Propose a Bill according to Jean Arthur

My favorite part of the classic Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, largely because Jean Arthur is so great; she gives the role the ...

Movie Legends - Jean Arthur

Featuring the lovable Comedienne and Screen Heroine who always saved her man.

If You Could Only Cook (1935)[Comedy, Romance][Herbert Marshall, Jean Arthur][HD]

"An executive lets an attractive cook talk him into taking a job as butler" (IMDb:

A Lady Takes a Chance (1943) John Wayne & Jean Arthur

Description: Another delightful Jean Arthur romantic comedy from the 1940's and WW2 era of movie making=)

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