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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Monster A Go-Go! (1965)
2.
 The Star (1952) Phyllis Stone
3.
 Federal Man-Hunt (1938) Anne Lawrence
4.
 The Night Hawk (1938) Della Parrish
5.
 Mr. Doodle Kicks Off (1938) Janice Martin
6.
 The Kid Comes Back (1938) Mary [Malone]
7.
 Little Orphan Annie (1938) Mary Ellen
8.
 Go Chase Yourself (1938) Judy Daniels
9.
 The Marines Are Here (1938) Terry
10.
 The Gladiator (1938) Iris Bennett
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June Travis
Born June Dorothea Grabiner
August 7, 1914
Chicago, Illinois
Died April 14, 2008 (aged 93)
Chicago, Illinois
Other name(s) June Travis Friedlob
Spouse(s) Fred Friedlob

Born as June Dorothea Grabiner, she was the daughter of Harry Grabiner, vice-president of the Chicago White Sox in the 1930s.
On January 3, 1940, June married Fred Friedlob. They had two daughters, Cathy and June. Friedlob died in May 1979 in Chicago.

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