Because both spellings
(Jean and Jeane) are used, it is often hard to find a complete listing of
appearances. However, I believe this to be the most comprehensive listing
on the Internet. If you recognize something that I have omitted, please
let me know via email.
The Patty Duke Show: Still Rockin’ in
Pucker Up and Bark Like a Dog (1990)…Gallery
Valet Girls (1987)…Edie Smegmite
The Perfect Match (1987)
Advice to the Lovelorn (1981) (TV)…Mrs.
The Brady Girls Get Married (aka The Brady Brides)
(1981) (TV)…Mrs. Covington
Our Boys are Good Boys (1978)
The Death Squad (1/8/74) (TV)…Commissioner’s
Where Does It Hurt? (1972)…Dr. Kincaid
Columbo: Ransom for a Dead Man (3/1/71)
Maybe I’ll be
Home in the Spring (2/16/71)
Pat Paulsen’s Half a
Comedy Hour (1970) (TV Series)
Wall of Noise
The Patty Duke Show
(1963) (TV Series)…Natalie
Operation Tonsils, ep. #3.2 (9/22/65)
The Slumber Party, ep. #1.6 (10/20/63)
The Birds and the Bees Bit, ep. #1.5 (10/16/63)
The House Guest, ep. #1.4 (10/9/63)
The Elopement, ep. #1.3 (10/2/63)
The Genius, ep. #1.2 (9/25/63)
The French Teacher, ep. #1.1 (9/18/63)
Full Circle (1960) (TV
Series)…Dr. Kit Aldrich
The Many Loves of Dobie
Gillis (1959) (TV Series)…Mrs. Ruth Adams (1959-1960), Dr. Imogene
Fury (aka Brave Stallion): The
Choice, ep. #1.17 (2/4/56)
Studio 57: Rope Enough, ep. #2.16
Lux Video Theater (appeared as spokesperson for Lux,
filmed live in Burbank, CA)
Can Do (appeared as spokesperson for Revlon during
commercial breaks, filmed live in New York, NY) (1956)
Science Fiction Theater: The Long Day, ep. #1.34
You Are There: Spindletop—The First Great TexasOil Strike (January 10,
#4.12 (12/4/55)...Caroline Lucas
Science Fiction Theater: The Human Equation, ep. #1.26
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin: The Poor Little Rich Boy, ep. #2.5
TV Reader's Digest: Six Hours of Surgery, ep.
#1.25 (7/4/55)…Head Nurse
Soldiers of Fortune: The Girl in the Jeep,
ep. #1.21 (6/18/55)...Jan Forrest
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse: The Boy with the
Beautiful Mother, ep. #2.35 (5/29/55)...Teacher
Studio 57: The Last Day on Earth, ep. #1.34
Stage 7: Emergency, ep. #1.12
The Millionaire (aka If You Had a Million): The Story of Betty Jane Ryan, ep. #1.9
…Betty Jane Ryan
The Lone Wolf (aka Streets of Danger): The Blue Lantern Story, ep. #5
Mayor of the Town (1955)
Studio 57: Christmas Everyday, ep. #1.15
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin: Rin Tin Tin and the Apache Chief
Studio 57: The Plot Against Miss Pomeroy, ep.
#1.5 (10/19/54)...Eunice Pomeroy
Studio 57: Ring Once for Death, ep. #1.1
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (aka Schlitz Playhouse,
aka Herald Playhouse, aka The Playhouse): Hemmed In, ep.
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse: Live a Little, ep.
City Detective: Shadow of a Man, ep.
City Detective: The Congenial Liars,
ep. #1.19 (1954)...Reesa
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse: The Night Light at
Vorden's, ep. #1.3 (10/16/53)...Vanessa Vorden
"Isn't it Romantic?"
(4/85)...Lillian Cornwall, (LA Stage Company, Beverly Hills, CA) "The Artful Lodger"
(1985) (Los Angeles)
(2/83)...Mrs. Millick (Long Beach Light Opera, with Sandy Freeman) "Girl in the Freudian Slip"
(6/82) (San Antonio, TX, with Ed Wagner and Don Ameche)
"Annie Get Your Gun"
(7/81) (Earl Holliman's Fiesta Dinner Playhouse, with Ed Wagner, Dean Russell,
and Elinor Wager)
"The Sound of Music"
(7/80)...Frau Schmidt (San Antonio, TX)
"90 Day Mistress"
(1974) (Beverly Dinner Playhouse, Shreveport, LA, with Kathy Garver and Rogere
Eller (San Bernadino Civic Light Opera)
Rose (Grand Dinner Theatre, Anaheim, CA)
"Guys & Dolls"...Miss
Adelaide (Beverly Dinner Playhouse, Shreveport, LA)
"Any Wednesday" (Beverly
Playhouse, New Orleans, LA; Country Dinner Playhouse, St. Petersberg, FL;
Westgate Dinner Theatre, Toledo, OH)
State" (Windmill Dinner Theatre, with Cyd Charisse)
"Move Over Mrs.
Markham" (Earl Holliman's Fiesta Dinner Playhouse, with Virginia Mayo)
Macbeth (directed by Robert Milton) "Light up the
Sky"...Irene "Having a Wonderful
Time"...Fay "The Man Who Came to
Dinner"...Lorraine "Dark of the
Moon"...Conjure Woman "Merrily We Roll Along"...
Althea "Joan of Lorraine"...
Joan Three-year apprenticeship
with the Players' Ring Theatre (began in 1951)
(1947) (appeared in as part of a six-year apprenticeship with the theatre