Kostümbildner - USA
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The day of birth of Irene is not on record. She is an American Kostümbildner, known for Kismet (1944), You can't take it with you (1938), The Palm Beach Story (1942), Irene's first movie on record is from 1938. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1948.

Irene Filmography [Auszug]
1948: [] B.F.'s Daughter (Costume Design), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Barbara Stanwyck, Thomas E. Breen, Barbara Laage,
1947: [] Mighty McGurk (Costume Design), Directed by John Waters, with Wallace Beery, Dean Stockwell, Edward Arnold,
1946: [/ /1] The Harvey Girls (Costume Design), Directed by George Sidney, with Edward Earle, Selena Royle, Kenny Baker,
1945: [03.31] Twice Blessed (Costume Design), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Preston Foster, Gail Patrick, ,
1944: [/ /1] Kismet (Oriental Dream) (Costume Design), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Edward Arnold, Yvonne De Carlo, Joy Ann Page,
1943: [] Above Suspicion (Costume Design), Directed by Richard Thorpe, with Joan Crawford, Fred McMurray, Conrad Veidt,
1942: [12/10] The Palm Beach Story (Costume Design), Directed by Preston Sturges, with Mary Astor, Jimmy Conlin, Torben Meyer,
1942: [/ /1] Take a letter, darling (Green-Eyed Woman) (Costume Design), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with Fred MacMurray, Rosalind Russell, Macdonald Carey,
1938: [08.23] You can't take it with you (Costume Design), Directed by Frank Capra, with Jean Arthur, Lionel Barrymore, James Stewart,
1938: [05.10] Vivacious Lady (Costume Design), Directed by George Stevens, with Ginger Rogers, James Stewart, James Ellison,

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