1944 in Print — Joan Harrison, Hollywood’s Only Female Producer

April 23, 1944, Joan Harrison

April 23, 1944, Joan Harrison

April 23, 1944

Here’s a feature on Joan Harrison and her collaboration with Alfred Hitchcock. “Young and attractive Joan Harrison is the only woman associate producer in Hollywood today,” the unidentified writer says.

From the Miami News.

April 23, 1944, Joan Harrison

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4 Responses to 1944 in Print — Joan Harrison, Hollywood’s Only Female Producer

  1. Eve says:

    Damn, I cannot stop thinking “Hungry Hungry Hitchcocks.”

  2. Angus says:

    So Harriet Parsons (daughter of Louella), with sixty-three producer credits up to 1944 (per IMDb), was what, chopped liver?

  3. Parsons prodecued RKO’s “I Remember Mama” directed by George Stevens and starring Irene Dunne and Barbara Bel Geddes. Still a wonderful film seen on TCM. https://wfpp.cdrs.columbia.edu/pioneer/ccp-louella-parsons-and-harriet-parsons/

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