June Allyson
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These Old Broads (2001)
[ Carrie Fisher ][ Elizabeth Taylor ][ Shirley McLaine ][ Debbie Reynolds ][ Joan Collins ]
A Girl, Three Guys, and a Gun (2001)
[ Natasha Henstridge ]
The Kid with the Broken Halo (1982)
[ Kim Fields ][ Telma Hopkins ][ Lani O'Grady ]
Tony's Family/Minister and the Stripper, The/Her Own Two Feet (1978)
[ Roz Kelly ]
Blackout (1978)
Three on a Date (1978)
[ Loni Anderson ][ Didi Conn ][ Meredith Macrae ][ Harlee McBride ]
Curse of the Black Widow (1977)
[ Patty Duke ][ June Lockhart ][ Donna Mills ][ Roz Kelly ]
Letters from Three Lovers (1973)
[ Juliet Mills ]
They Only Kill Their Masters (1972)
[ Katherine Ross ]
See the Man Run (1971)
[ Angie Dickinson ]
The Third Side of the Coin (1963)
Days of Glory (1962)
The Doomsday Boys (1962)
Special Assignment (1962)
The Old-Fashioned Way (1961)
Without Fear (1961)
An Affair in Athens (1961)
The Moth (1961)
A Stranger in My Arms (1959)
[ Sandra Dee ]
My Man Godfrey (1957)
Interlude (1957)
You Can't Run Away from It (1956)
The Opposite Sex (1956)
[ Joan Collins ][ Agnes Moorehead ][ Carol Baker ][ Joan Blondell ][ Juanita Moore ]
The McConnell Story (1955)
The Shrike (1955)
Strategic Air Command (1955)
Woman's World (1954)
[ Lauren Bacall ][ Arlene Dahl ]
Executive Suite (1954)
[ Shelley Winters ][ Barbara Stanwyck ]
The Glenn Miller Story (1953)
[ Marion Ross ]
Remains to Be Seen (1953)
[ Angela Lansbury ]
Battle Circus (1953)
The Girl in White (1952)
[ Jo Kennedy ]
Too Young to Kiss (1951)
Right Cross (1950)
[ Marilyn Monroe ]
The Reformer and the Redhead (1950)
The Stratton Story (1949)
[ Agnes Moorehead ]
Little Women (1949)
[ Elizabeth Taylor ][ Janet Leigh ]
The Three Musketeers (1948)
[ Angela Lansbury ][ Lana Turner ]
The Bride Goes Wild (1948)
[ Arlene Dahl ]
Good News (1947)
High Barbaree (1947)
The Secret Heart (1946)
[ Claudette Colbert ][ Barbara Billingsley ]
Till the Clouds Roll By (1946)
[ Judy Garland ][ Angela Lansbury ][ Cyd Charisse ][ Esther Williams ]
Two Sisters from Boston (1946)
The Sailor Takes a Wife (1945)
Her Highness and the Bellboy (1945)
[ Agnes Moorehead ][ Hedy Lamarr ]
Meet the People (1944)
[ Lucille Ball ]
Two Girls and a Sailor (1944)
[ Ava Gardener ]
Music for Millions (1944)
[ Ava Gardener ]
Girl Crazy (1943)
[ Judy Garland ]
Best Foot Forward (1943)
[ Lucille Ball ][ Bebe Tyler ]
All Girl Revue (1940)
The Knight Is Young (1938)
The Prisoner of Swing (1938)
Sing for Sweetie (1938)
Not Now (1938)
Dates and Nuts (1937)
Dime a Dance (1937)
Ups and Downs (1937)
Pixilated (1937)
Swing for Sale (1937)

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American leading woman whose sweet smile and sunny disposition made her the prototypical girl-next-door of American movies of the 1940s. Raised in semi-poverty in Bronx neighborhoods by her divorced mother, Allyson (nee Ella Geisman) was injured in a fall at age eight and spent four years confined within a steel brace. Swimming therapy slowly gave her mobility again, and she began to study dance as well. She began to enter dance contests after high school and was given roles in several musical short films. In 1938 she made her Broadway debut in the musical "Sing Out the News." After several roles in the choruses of various musicals, she was hired to understudy Betty Hutton in "Panama Hattie." Hutton's measles gave Allyson a shot at a performance and she impressed director George Abbott so much that he gave her a role in his next musical, "Best Foot Forward."She subsequently was hired by MGM to recreate her role in the screen version. The studio saw what it had in her and offered her a contract. Her smoky voice and winning personality made her very popular and she made more than a score of films for MGM, most often in musicals and comedies. She became quite a box-office attraction, paired with many of the major stars of the day. In 1945 she married actor-director Dick Powell, with whom she occasionally co-starred. Following Powell's death from cancer in 1963, she retreated somewhat from film work, appearing only infrequently on screen and slightly more often in television films. Occasional nightclub appearances and commercials were her only other public performances since, and she died of pulmonary respiratory failure and acute bronchitis on July 8, 2006, after a long illness.

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