Guested on the late night television program "Stairway to Stardom" with her husband Bill Williams.
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[about making West of the Pecos
(1945)] I told the director, Edward Killy
, about casting a smaller role in the film for Bill Williams
[her future husband]. Killy was sort of a stocky man, and had a cigar. He was a short man, and that cigar was about as big as he was . . . He smoked all the time! But he said, "Sure, Barb, I'll get Bill Williams up here in Lone Pine". He knew I had a crush on Bill....
Was one of the original 'Dr Pepper" girls featured in the soda company's calendars in the 1940s and 50s. Her photo can be see at the Dr Pepper Museum in Dublin, Texas (not to be confused with the Waco Dr Pepper Museum).