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 The Sickle or the Cross (1949) Betty Deems
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 Canon City (1948) Maxine
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 If You Knew Susie (1948) Marjorie Parker
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Margaret Kerry was born in 1929. She was put into an orphanage as an infant, and her adopted parents got her into show business. At the age of four and a half she starred in a few 'Our Gang' comedies. She learned to dance and tapped with dancer Dick Humphries in "If You Knew Susie" (1948) playing the daughter of the stars Eddie Cantor and Joan Davis. She became Assistant Dance Director at 20th Century Fox. In 1953 she was chosen to be the model for Tinkerbell (not Marylon Monroe, as widely rumored)in Walt Disney's "Peter Pan" (1953), also doing the voice of one of the mermaids. She was the voice for Spinner and Paddlefoot in the TV series "Clutch Cargo" (1959), also doing the voices of additional characters. She was also in "The Andy Griffith Show" playing the wife of one of the characters in two shows. She married producer Dick Brown and had three children.

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