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Gale Robbins was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Robbins's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as the romance "In the Meantime, Darling" (1944) with Jeanne Crain, the comedy "Mr. Hex" (1946) with Leo Gorcey and the comedy "My Dear Secretary" (1948) with Laraine Day. She also appeared in the Lilli Palmer dramatic adaptation "My Girl Tisa" (1948) and "Race Street" (1948) with George Raft. She kept working in film throughout the forties and the fifties, starring in "Oh, You Beautiful Doll!" (1949) with June Haver, "The Barkleys of Broadway" (1949) and the drama "Between Midnight and Dawn" (1950) with Mark Stevens. She also appeared in "The Fuller Brush Girl" (1950) with Lucille Ball and "Three Little Words" (1950). Toward the end of her career, she continued to act in the Ezio Pinza comedy adaptation "Strictly Dishonorable" (1951), the adaptation "The Belle of New York" (1952) with Fred Astaire and the Anthony Dexter adventure "The Brigand" (1952). She also appeared in the Doris Day biopic "Calamity Jane" (1953). Robbins more recently acted in "The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing" (1955).
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