Jolene Brand (born Jolene Marie Bufkin; July 31, 1934, Los Angeles, California) is an American actress. She is married to George Schlatter and has two daughters – Andrea Justine Schlatter and Maria S. Schlatter. She acted most in the 1950s/60s, and appeared in seven episodes of the Ernie Kovacs television programs.
In 1958, she acted in the B-film Giant from the Unknown, about a man who was frozen in suspended animation for 500 years and was freed by a lightning bolt and goes on a killing spree. Later that year she was signed up to play a part in the Disney television show Zorro. She played the romantic interest for the main character played by Guy Williams.
Brand portrayed "Indian Emily" in the 1959 episode of the same name on the syndicated television anthology series, Death Valley Days, hosted by Stanley Andrews. The setting is the United States Army outpost at Fort Davis, Texas. Emily, an Apache captive, adopts the white man's ways but flees when a young officer, Tom Easton (Burt Metcalfe), whom she loves prepares to marry another. She returns to warn the fort of a pending Apache attack and dies after saving the fort of a gunshot wound fired in error. Meg Wyllie played Tom's compassionate mother, Mrs. Easton. A memorial at Fort Davis honors the heroism of Indian Emily. 
|1958||Giant from the Unknown aka The Diablo Giant||Ann Brown||Credited as Joline Brand|
|1966||Vacation Playhouse||Wanda||Episode: "The Hoofer"|
|1962||Hawaiian Eye||Lola||Episode: "Janine Westerfield"|
|1962||Bronco||Emily||Episode: "A Town That Lived and Died"|
|1961 - 1962||The Ernie Kovacs Show||Various||Episode: 7 appearances from 18 May 1961 to 23 January 1962|
|1961||Cheyenne||Lorna Abbott||Episode: "Legacy Of the Lost"|
|1961||Maverick||Penelope Baxter||Episode: "A Technical Error"|
|1960||Guestward, Ho!||Pink Cloud||Episode: "The Christmas Spirit"|
|1960||Mr. Lucky||Clara Iglesias||Episode: "Operation Fortuna"|
|1960||Hennesey||Nurse||Episode: "Angel Face"|
|1960||Hennessy||Gloria||Episode: "Senior Nurse"|
|1960||Hennessy||Wave||Episode: "Hennesey and the Ancient Vehicle"|
|1960||The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor||Ann||Episode: "Anatomy of Fear"|
|1959||Man with a Camera||Joyce Whitman||Episode: "The Bride"|
|1959||Death Valley Days||Emily||Episode: "Indian Emily"|
|1959||Whirlybirds||Jackie Bryan||Episode: "The Deadly Game"|
|1959||Whirlybirds||Lucy||Episode: "If I Were King"|
|1959||US Marshall||Connie James||Episode: "Federal Agent"|
|1958/59||Zorro||Ana Maria Verdugo||Episode: 9 Episodes from 1958 - 1959|
|1958||Rescue 8||Linda Carson||Episode: "Calamity Coach"|
|1958||State Trooper||Mrs. Reinhardt||Episode: "Firebug"|
|1957||The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show||Lucy||Episode: "Misery Loves Company"|
|1957||Gunsmoke||Young Bride||Episode: "How to Kill a Woman"|
|1957||Official Detective||?||Episode: "The Hostages"|
|1957||Take a Good Look||?||Episode: Episode dated 31 December 1959|
- W. Lee Cozad More Magnificent Mountain Movies (pg. 215) via google.com; accessed November 11, 2017.
- Jolene Brand profile, Glamour Girls Of The Silver Screen, glamourgirlsofthesilverscreen.com; accessed November 11, 2017.
- "Indian Emily on Death Valley Days". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved January 25, 2019.
- Danny Gallagher "Laugh-In's George Schlatter Will Receive The Dallas VideoFest's Ernie Kovacs Award", Dallas Observer blogsite, October 9, 2013.
- Starr Report, nypost.com, March 17, 2011.