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Janear Hines (1950–1981)

Janear Hines was born on October 5, 1950 in Pennsylvania, USA. She was an actress, known for Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (1974), Julia (1968) and Welcome to Arrow Beach (1974). She was married to David Wells. She died on March 2, 1981 in San Francisco, California, USA. See full bio »
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Known For

Julia
Julia Roberta / Roberta Simms
(1970-1971)
Welcome to Arrow Beach
Welcome to Arrow Beach The Underground Reporter
(1974)
Hit!
Hit! Esther
(1973)

Filmography

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 1978 Flying High (TV Series)
Security Officer
- Flying High (1978) ... Security Officer
 1975 That's My Mama (TV Series)
Pamela
- Mama's Big Move (1975) ... Pamela
 1975 Adam-12 (TV Series)
Kate Gordon
- Something Worth Dying For: Part 2 (1975) ... Kate Gordon
 1974 Dirty Mary Crazy Larry
Millie
 1974 Welcome to Arrow Beach
The Underground Reporter
 1973 The Blue Knight (TV Movie) (uncredited)
 1973 Hit!
Esther
 1971 Private Duty Nurses
June
 1970-1971 Julia (TV Series)
Roberta / Roberta Simms
- The Gender Trap (1971) ... Roberta
- Cool Hand Bruce (1971) ... Roberta
- Cousin of the Bride (1971) ... Roberta
- Essay Can You See? (1970) ... Roberta
- Parents Can Be Pains (1970) ... Roberta
 1970 Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series)
Girl
- A Very Special Sailfish (1970) ... Girl

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Alternate Names:

Janier Hines
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Died of acute nephritis. In the past, this illness was commonly known as Bright's disease. English physician Dr. Richard Bright first documented the condition in 1827. See more »

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