I saw this signed card on Ebay recently and although we already know most of what it has to say, it does give us a bit more information on Joan Rice’s later stage career:
“Joan Rice has been a familiar face in the cinema, where she has starred with Richard Todd in Walt Disney’s Robin Hood, with Dirk Bogarde in Blackmailed and Burt Lancaster in His Majesty O’Keefe as well as numerous others including One Good Turn and A Day To Remember with many of our leading actors. In the theatre she has had no less a distinguished career playing the leading female roles in such plays as Rebecca, Tea and Sympathy, Dial M for Murder, View from the Bridge, Bell, Book and Candle and Gaslight. Joan was born in Derby and educated in a convent, and her hobbies are animals, she has two Labradors that attend rehearsals, music and bridge.”
To read a lot more about the life of Joan Rice, please click here.