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Joyce Reynolds (born October 7, 1924) is a former American film actress who was under contract with Warner Bros. during the 1940s.
Born in Detroit, Michigan, she made her acting debut with a small part in the 1942 film Yankee Doodle Dandy. Her roles became more substantial throughout the decade, appearing in movies such as George Washington Slept Here as Madge, The Constant Nymph as Paula Sanger, and The Adventures of Mark Twain as Clara Clemens. She had top billing in the musical comedy film Janie as Janie Conway, directed by Michael Curtiz.
In 1944, she appeared in Hollywood Canteen as herself.
Her final leading role on the big screen came in 1948's Wallflower, a romantic comedy that also starred Janis Paige.
Joyce Reynolds' Hollywood career came to an end in 1950, with ten credits to her name.