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Apr 28, 1941


Indus Arthur (April 28, 1941 - December 29, 1984) was an actress in motion pictures and television in the 1960s. She was from Los Angeles County. She had blue eyes, blonde hair, and a humorous quirk to her lips. Both Arthur and her grandmother were named for the Indus River in Tibet. Her grandmother once visited the river and Arthur possessed a desire to do so. Her father was a still cameraman for a number of Hollywood studios. He opposed Arthur and her two sisters becoming involved in films. Arthur signed as the leading lady for the mystery play, Uncle Marston, in April 1963. The production was staged at the Stage Society Theater in Los Angeles, California. A reviewer referred to her acting prowess in the role of an agitated Derbyshire heiress, commenting Arthur is a lovely, polished performer. Previously she had appeared in theater in London, England and at the Dublin Playhouse in Dublin, Ireland. The Slender Thread (1965) showcases two fine acting talents in Sidney Poitier and Anne Bancroft. As Marian, Arthur plays an employee of a crisis clinic which counsels potential suicide victims. She was assigned a role in Alvarez Kelly (1966). The western is set during the era of the

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