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Tab Hunter, Mona Freeman, Dorothy Malone, and Raoul Walsh in Battle Cry (1955)Tab Hunter, Mona Freeman, Dorothy Malone, and Raoul Walsh in Battle Cry (1955)Tab Hunter, Mona Freeman, and Raoul Walsh in Battle Cry (1955)Veronica Lake, Billy De Wolfe, Mona Freeman, and Mary Hatcher in Isn't It Romantic? (1948)Veronica Lake and Mona Freeman in Isn't It Romantic? (1948)William Holden, Joan Caulfield, and Mona Freeman in Dear Ruth (1947)Mona Freeman and John Payne in The Road to Denver (1955)Mona Freeman in Junior Miss (1945)Betty Grable, Dan Dailey, Mona Freeman, and Connie Marshall in Mother Wore Tights (1947)Betty Grable, Dan Dailey, Mona Freeman, and Connie Marshall in Mother Wore Tights (1947)Mona Freeman and William Marshall in That Brennan Girl (1946)James Dunn and Mona Freeman in That Brennan Girl (1946)Mona Freeman in Angel Face (1953)Mona Freeman and Kenneth Tobey in Angel Face (1953)Mona Freeman in That Brennan Girl (1946)William Holden, Edward Arnold, Joan Caulfield, and Mona Freeman in Dear Ruth (1947)Lee J. Cobb, Mona Freeman, Skip Homeier, and John Payne in The Road to Denver (1955)William Holden, William Bendix, Macdonald Carey, and Mona Freeman in Streets of Laredo (1949)Lee J. Cobb, Mona Freeman, Skip Homeier, and John Payne in The Road to Denver (1955)Robert Mitchum, Jean Simmons, Herbert Marshall, and Mona Freeman in Angel Face (1953)Robert Mitchum, Jean Simmons, and Mona Freeman in Angel Face (1953)Robert Mitchum, Jean Simmons, and Mona Freeman in Angel Face (1953)Mona FreemanBilly De Wolfe and Mona Freeman in Dear Brat (1951)Alan Ladd and Mona Freeman in Branded (1950)Alan Ladd and Mona Freeman in Branded (1950)William Holden, Edward Arnold, Joan Caulfield, and Mona Freeman in Dear Ruth (1947)Lee J. Cobb, Mona Freeman, Skip Homeier, and John Payne in The Road to Denver (1955)Lee J. Cobb, Mona Freeman, Skip Homeier, Ray Middleton, and John Payne in The Road to Denver (1955)Mona Freeman in Angel Face (1953)Robert Mitchum and Mona Freeman in Angel Face (1953)
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Biography

A professional model while still in high school, Mona Freeman was signed to a movie contract by Howard Hughes, who then proceeded to sell her contract to Paramount. Starting out in typical juvenile parts, she developed into a very competent actress. As she worked her way out of the teenage ingénue role, however, she found that she had less success ... See full bio »
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