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Janet Martin is an actress, known for Call of the South Seas (1944), King of the Gamblers (1948) and Heart of Virginia (1948). See full bio »
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 1948 King of the Gamblers
Jean Lacey
 1948 Heart of Virginia
Virginia Galtry
 1948 The Main Street Kid
Jill Jones
 1947 The Trespasser
Stephanie 'Stevie' Carson
 1947 Calendar Girl
 1945 Bells of Rosarita
 1945 A Sporting Chance
 1944 Lake Placid Serenade
Specialty Singer (uncredited)
 1944 The Yellow Rose of Texas
Showboat Singer
 1944 The Lady and the Monster
Cafe Singer
 1944 Call of the South Seas
Princess Tahia
 1944 Hands Across the Border
Rosita Morales
 1943 Mission to Moscow
Natasha (uncredited)
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 1948 King of the Gamblers (performer: "When a Sailor Goes Ashore" - uncredited)
 1947 Calendar Girl (performer: "Have I Told You Lately? (I'm Telling You Now)", "At the Fireman's Ball" - uncredited)
 1944 Call of the South Seas (performer: "Blue Island")

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