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Sharon McManus is an an actress who began her entertainment career at the young age of six. McManus found her beginnings in film with roles in the dramatic adaptation "Summer Storm" (1944) with George Sanders and "Bewitched" (1945). McManus made film her next project, appearing in the musical "This Time For Keeps" (1947) with Esther Williams, the Dana Andrews comedy "No Minor Vices" (1948) and "City Across the River" (1949). Later in her career, McManus acted in "It's a Big Country" (1952).

Sharon McManus is an an actress who began her entertainment career at the young age of six. McManus found her beginnings in film with roles in the dramatic adaptation "Summer Storm" (1944) with George Sanders and "Bewitched" (1945). McManus made film her next project, appearing in the musical "This Time For Keeps" (1947) with Esther Williams, the Dana Andrews comedy "No Minor Vices" (1948) and "City Across the River" (1949). Later in her career, McManus acted in "It's a Big Country" (1952).

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2.
 City Across the River (1949) Alice Cusack
3.
 Prejudice (1949) Ellen Green
4.
 The Paleface (1948) Child
5.
 The Boy with Green Hair (1948) Girl who cries
6.
 No Minor Vices (1948) Gloria Felton
7.
 Little Mister Jim (1947) Elsie
8.
 This Time for Keeps (1947) Deborah
9.
 Boys' Ranch (1946) Mary Walker
10.
 A Letter for Evie (1946) Little girl
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