"I drifted into acting and drifted out.

Acting isn't everything. Living is."

Irene Marie Dunne  December 20.1898 - September 04.1990

American actress and singer 


Welcome to The Irene Dunne Site - the place for all Irene Dunne related information!






What's new - 09.14.14


- added a Los Angeles Times article from April 20, 1951 "Irene Dunne Describes Charity as Key to Women's Services" "I want women to be individuals. They should not lean on their husbands' opinions ..."


 - and three misc. photos from 1951

What's new - 09.06.14

- added 5 photos from "My Favorite Wife" (1940) and 3 misc. from the same year

What's new  - 08.24.14


 - added a "Movie Classic" article from September 1935

What's new - 08.13.14


- added 7 photos from "Together Again"(1944)


with Charles Boyer
with Charles Boyer

What's new - 08.11.14


- added a gallery of screenshots from "Together Again"(1944); and The Irene Dunne Project isn't dead but just slow. Here is my review of "Together Again"

publicity for 'Lady In A Jam'
publicity for 'Lady In A Jam'

What's new - 08.01.14


  - added 10 photos from "Lady In A Jam" (1942)

in London
in London

What's new - 07.13.14 


 - added 9 photos from 1950 , all taken during Irene's stay in Europe.  

publicity for 'When Tomorrow Comes'
publicity for 'When Tomorrow Comes'

What's new - 06.28.14 


 - added 6 publicities for "When Tomorrow Comes" (1939)


What's new - 06.12.14


  - added a Motion Picture article from March 1937 that is way more interesting than its title. Irene Dunne on her on a "common-sense basis organized" career, about clever film career set-ups and sanity and comedy.

publicity with Alan Marshal
publicity with Alan Marshal

What's new - 05.15.14


- added 6 photos from "The White Cliffs Of Dover"(1944)

What's new - 04.26.14


 - added a "Motion Picture" article from September 1934. Irene Dunne  in person tells about "My Design for Living" and wouldn't you know, this lady is once again full of surprises... 


                            "What's new" - the previous three months


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