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June Martel worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Debuting in roles such as the Bette Davis comedic drama "Front Page Woman" (1935) and "Going Highbrow" (1935) was where Martel began her career in film. Martel began to focus on film after appearing in the Joe Cook western "Arizona Mahoney" (1936), "Sitting on the Moon" (1936) and "Her Husband Lies" (1937). She also appeared in the western "Wild Horse Rodeo" (1937) with Robert Livingston. Toward the end of her career, Martel acted in the western "Santa Fe Stampede" (1938) with John Wayne.

June Martel worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Debuting in roles such as the Bette Davis comedic drama "Front Page Woman" (1935) and "Going Highbrow" (1935) was where Martel began her career in film. Martel began to focus on film after appearing in the Joe Cook western "Arizona Mahoney" (1936), "Sitting on the Moon" (1936) and "Her Husband Lies" (1937). She also appeared in the western "Wild Horse Rodeo" (1937) with Robert Livingston. Toward the end of her career, Martel acted in the western "Santa Fe Stampede" (1938) with John Wayne.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Santa Fe Stampede (1938) Nancy Carson
2.
 Wild Horse Rodeo (1937) Alice Harkley
3.
 Forlorn River (1937) Ina Blaine
4.
 Her Husband Lies (1937) Betty
5.
 Night of Mystery (1937) Barton
6.
 Arizona Mahoney (1936) Sue Beatrice Bixby
7.
 Sitting on the Moon (1936) Young wife
8.
 Dr. Socrates (1935) Young woman
9.
 Going Highbrow (1935) Sandy [also known as Millicent]
10.
 Fighting Youth (1935) Betty Wilson
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