Ann Harding (August 7, 1902 – September 1, 1981) was an American theatre, motion picture, radio, and television actress.

Ann Harding (August 1902 – September was an American theatre, motion picture, radio, and television actress

Ann Harding ~ Laurence Olivier: "The pretty and highly regarded Ann Harding, a woman of great charm, integrity and beauty." (IMDB)

Ann Harding ~ Laurence Olivier: "The pretty and highly regarded Ann Harding, a woman of great charm, integrity and beauty.

Ann HARDING (1902-1981) NF * AFI Top Actress nominee > Notable films ~ Paris Bound (1929); The Woman in His House (1932); Eyes in the Night (1942); The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956)

Ann Harding 1936 ~ was the first major female star to join the Screen Actors Guild and later held the rank of Vice-President.

Ann Harding ~ "The pretty and highly regarded Ann Harding, a woman of great charm, integrity and beauty." Laurence Olivier

Ann HARDING * AFI Top Actress nominee, "The pretty and highly regarded Ann Harding, a woman of great charm, integrity and beauty.

Ann Harding 1930....Ann Harding (August 7, 1902 – September 1, 1981) was an American theatre, motion picture, radio, and television actress.

Ann HARDING Bio * AFI Top Actress nominee > Active > Born Dorothy Walton Gatley 7 Aug 1902 Texas > Died 1 Sept 1981 (aged California, n/a > Spouses: Harry Bannister div);

Ann Harding

Ann Harding

Ann Harding, 1932 | Flickr by PeterJAussie Tumblr

Birthday Remembrance, Ann Harding Ann Harding (August 1902 – September was an American theatre, motion picture, radio, and television.

I've been enjoying getting to know Ann Harding through some of her films on TCM. A lovely actress. “I believe that the actress who wears her profession on her sleeve, as it were, outside of her work, is, as a rule, merely dramatizing herself. When she acts off-stage as well as on, she is wasting her talent. It is like using nectar to quench a casual thirst.” - Ann Harding

I've been enjoying getting to know Ann Harding through some of her films on TCM. A lovely actress. “I believe that the actress who wears her profession on her sleeve, as it were, outside of her work, is, as a rule, merely dramatizing herself. When she acts off-stage as well as on, she is wasting her talent. It is like using nectar to quench a casual thirst.” - Ann Harding

Ann Harding and John Loder

Ann Harding and John Loder

Ann Harding, 1932  “Because of her stage experience, she was much in demand in the early days of talking pictures when there was a scarcity of beautiful actresses in Hollywood who knew how to deliver a line.”  -  New York Times obituary, 1981

Ann Harding, 1932 “Because of her stage experience, she was much in demand in the early days of talking pictures when there was a scarcity of beautiful actresses in Hollywood who knew how to deliver a line.” - New York Times obituary, 1981

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