Dorothy Jordan


Actor
Dorothy Jordan

About

Birth Place
Clarksville, Tennessee, USA
Born
August 09, 1906
Died
December 07, 1988

Photos & Videos

One Man's Journey - Pressbook
One Man's Journey - Publicity Stills
One Man's Journey - Movie Posters

Family & Companions

Merian C Cooper
Husband
Producer, director.

Biography

Life Events

Photo Collections

One Man's Journey - Pressbook
Here is the original campaign book (pressbook) for the RKO film One Man's Journey (1933), starring Lionel Barrymore. Pressbooks were sent to exhibitors and theater owners to aid them in publicizing the film's run in their theater.
(Pressbook images courtesy of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences)
One Man's Journey - Publicity Stills
Here are a number of Publicity Stills from the RKO film One Man's Journey (1933), starring Lionel Barrymore, Dorothy Jordan, and Joel McCrea. Publicity stills were specially-posed photos, usually taken off the set, for purposes of publicity or reference for promotional artwork.
One Man's Journey - Movie Posters
Here are a couple of original Movie Posters for the RKO film One Man's Journey (1933), starring Lionel Barrymore. The one-sheet is on view along with a window card from the film.
One Man's Journey - Scene Stills
Here are a number of scene stills from the RKO film One Man's Journey (1933), starring Lionel Barrymore, Dorothy Jordan, and Joel McCrea.

Videos

Movie Clip

Wet Parade, The (1932) - Just A Low Down Cowardly Drunkard Increasingly dissolute Southern patriarch Chilcote (Lewis Stone) resists when daughter Maggie (Dorothy Jordan) snatches him from the saloon, early in Victor Fleming's The Wet Parade, 1932, from an Upton Sinclair novel.
One Man's Journey (1933) - It Must Be The Water Passage of time as humble New England single-father Dr. Watt (Lionel Barrymore) carries on his selfless work and his son grows up to be Joel McCrea, and smallpox breaks out, in One Man’s Journey, 1933, the RKO melodrama restored by TCM, from a story by Katharine Haviland-Taylor.
Searchers, The (1956) - My, The Days Are Getting Shorter Piercing scream from Lucy (Pippa Scott) confirms director John Ford has moved into horror movie territory, as the Edwards family (Walter Coy, Dorotny Jordan, Robert Lyden, and Lana Wood, young sister of Natalie) detects the arrival of the raiding party in The Searchers, 1956.
Searchers, The (1956) - Texas, 1868 The locale already established, director John Ford positions his star (John Wayne as Confederate veteran Ethan Edwards) among the landmarks in Monument Valley, with his quasi-family, Dorothy Jordan, Walter Coy, Lana Wood, Robert Lyden, Pippa Scott and Jefrrey Hunter, opening The Searchers, 1956.
Down To Earth (1932) - Business Reversals Oklahoma oil-man Pike (Will Rogers) and Idy (Irene Rich, who played Rogers' wife seven times) hosting a party, son Ross (Matty Kemp) and fiancee Julia (Dorothy Jordan) presenting a problem, in Down To Earth, 1932.
Down To Earth (1932) - How Many Cars We Got? Nouveau-riche Oklahomans Ross (Matty Kemp) and Julia (Dorothy Jordan) drive up before his father Pike Peters (Will Rogers), the opening scene from the riches-to-rags comedy Down To Earth, 1932.
Lost Squadron, The - This Is A War Picture! Von Furst (Erich von Stroheim) directing his big battle scene, drunken Woody (Robert Armstrong) at the controls, wild stunt flying, in director George Archainbaud's The Lost Squadron, 1932.
Min and Bill - Motorboat Min (Marie Dressler) and Nancy (Dorothy Jordan) go overboard with a motorboat in a raucous stunt scene from Min and Bill, 1930.

Companions

Merian C Cooper
Husband
Producer, director.

Bibliography