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Kathryn Kane (I)

Kathryn Kane was born in 1920 in White Plains, New York, USA as Katherine Kane. She is an actress, known for Swingtime in the Movies (1938), Sunset Murder Case (1938) and The Spirit of Culver (1939). See full bio »

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Known For

Swingtime in the Movies
(1938)
Sunset Murder Case
Sunset Murder Case Penny Nichols
(1938)
The Spirit of Culver
(1939)
Swing, Sister, Swing
Swing, Sister, Swing Snookie Saunders
(1938)

Filmography

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 1947 That Hagen Girl
College Student (uncredited)
 1939 Quiet, Please (Short)
Marian Starr (as Katherine Kane)
 1939 The Spirit of Culver
June Macy
 1938 Swingtime in the Movies (Short)
Joan Mason (as Katherine Kane)
 1938 Swing, Sister, Swing
Snookie Saunders
 1938 Sunset Murder Case
Penny Nichols (as Sugar Kane)
 1937 Love on Toast
Polly Marr
 1935 A Great Idea (Short)
Kathryn 'Sugar' Kane - Vocalist (as Sugar Kane)
 1935 The Magic of Music (Short)
Singer (as Sugar Cane)
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 1946 Movieland Magic (Short) (performer: "So You Want to Be in Movies", "Springtime in Vienna", "Jitterbug Jamboree" - uncredited)
 1944 Musical Movieland (Short) (performer: "The Toast of the Texas Frontier" - uncredited)
 1939 Quiet, Please (Short) (performer: "So You Want to Be in Movies", "Springtime in Vienna", "Jitterbug Jamboree" - uncredited)
 1938 Swingtime in the Movies (Short) (performer: "The Toast of the Texas Frontier" - as Katherine Kane, uncredited)
 1938 Swing, Sister, Swing (performer: "Baltimore Bubble")
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 1942 The White Cliffs of Dover (Short)
Herself
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 1947 Hollywood Wonderland (Short)
Actress in Canoe (clip from "Swingtime in the Movies" (1938)) (uncredited)
 1946 Movieland Magic (Short)
 1944 Musical Movieland (Short)
Joan Mason (uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

Sugar Cane | Katherine Kane | Sugar Kane

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