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Pearl Binder (1904–1990)

Pearl Binder was born on June 28, 1904 in Salford, Lancashire, England. She is known for her work on Jackanory (1965), Dressing Up (1948) and The World of Women (1937). She was married to Frederick Elwyn Jones and Jack Driberg. She died on January 25, 1990 in Kemp Town, Brighton, Sussex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Jackanory Art Department
Dressing Up Writer
The World of Women Illustratur / Self - Illustrator / Self - Speaker


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 1968-1980 Jackanory (TV Series) (illustrator - 16 episodes)
- The Great King Solomon: The Beggar King (1980) ... (illustrator)
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  Jackanory (TV Series) (adaptation - 5 episodes, 1980) (book - 1 episode, 1974)
- The Great King Solomon: The Beggar King (1980) ... (adaptation)
 1948 Dressing Up (TV Short) (script)
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 1987 Forty Minutes (TV Series documentary)
- Catch a Fallen Star (1987) ... Self (as Lady Elwyn-Jones)
 1937 The World of Women (TV Series documentary)
Self - Speaker / Illustratur / Self - Illustrator
- Anything New? (1937) ... Self - Speaker / Illustratur
- Illustrating Verse (1937) ... Self - Illustrator

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Lady Elwyn-Jones

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Sister-in-law (1929-193X) of Tom Driberg. See more »

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