Joan Harrison was born circa in 1911. She was an English Author, known for Suspicion (1941), Foreign correspondent (1940), Saboteur (1942), Joan Harrison's first movie on record is from 1939. Joan Harrison died on August 14, 1994. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1961.
Joan Harrison Filmography [Auszug]
1961: [05.16] (Producer), Directed by Alan Crosland jr., with Alfred Hitchcock, Susan Harrison, Hank Brandt,
1944: [/ /1] Dark Waters (Scenario), Directed by André de Toth, with Fay Bainter, Elisha Cook jr., Thomas Mitchell,
1942:  Saboteur (Scenario), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Priscilla Lane, Robert Cummings, Otto Krüger,
1941:  Suspicion (Scenario), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Cary Grant, Joan Fontaine, Heather Angel,
1940:  Foreign correspondent (Scenario), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Joel McRea, Laraine Day, Herbert Marshall,
1939:  Jamaica Inn (Scenario), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Charles Laughton, Maureen O'Hara, ,
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