- 1914-1992Actor de origen canadiense, sobradamente conocido, John Ireland trabajo en Broadaway hasta mediados de los anos 40, cuando empezo a actuar en el cine, primero en papeles protagonistas, despues en papeles secundarios y, por fin, en producciones europeas. Colaboro en la realizacion de Hannah Lee, pelicula en la que trabajaba su mujer, Joanne Dru, y un ano mas tarde, en la de The Fast and the Furious, en esta ocasion con Edward Sampson como codirector.FILMOGRAFIAHannah Lee/Outlaw Territory (co-d.: Lee Garmes). 1953. 79 minutos. Pathecolor. Broder/Realart. MacDonald Carey, Joanne Dru, John Ireland.
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