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Kay Buckley made her mark in the world of entertainment when she acted in "I Married a Woman" (1958) with George Gobel. In 1939, she made her Broadway debut. In 1950, she played the leading lady in three movies, "Stage To Tuscon", "The Tougher They Come" and "Raiders Of Tomahawk Creek." In 1951, she starred in George Marshall's "A Millionaire For Christy."

Kay Buckley made her mark in the world of entertainment when she acted in "I Married a Woman" (1958) with George Gobel. In 1939, she made her Broadway debut. In 1950, she played the leading lady in three movies, "Stage To Tuscon", "The Tougher They Come" and "Raiders Of Tomahawk Creek." In 1951, she starred in George Marshall's "A Millionaire For Christy."

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 I Married a Woman (1958) Camera girl
2.
 Never Trust a Gambler (1951) Blonde
3.
 A Millionaire for Christy (1951) June Chandler
4.
 Stage to Tucson (1951) Kate Crocker
5.
 Raiders of Tomahawk Creek (1950) Janet Clayton
6.
 The Tougher They Come (1950) Helen McKinley
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