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June Preisser (1920–1984)


Best known at MGM for giving young Judy Garland competition over the attentions of Mickey Rooney in a couple of their famous let's-put-on-a-show musical films, this dimpled blonde cream puff was first and foremost an acrobatic dancer and contortionist. June Preisser was born in New Orleans in 1920, one of six children. Her outstanding physical ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 64) in Florida, USA

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Known For

Strike Up the Band
Strike Up the Band Barbara Frances Morgan
(1940)
Babes in Arms
Babes in Arms Rosalie Essex
(1939)
Henry Aldrich for President
Henry Aldrich for President Geraldine Adams
(1941)
Sweater Girl
Sweater Girl Susan Lawrence
(1942)

Filmography

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 1952 Chevron Theatre (TV Series)
 1948 Music Man
June Larkin
 1947 Two Blondes and a Redhead
Patti Calhoun
 1945 I'll Tell the World
Marge Bailey
 1945 Let's Go Steady
Mable Stack
 1944 Babes on Swing Street
Fern Wallace
 1942 Sweater Girl
Susan Lawrence
 1941 Henry Aldrich for President
Geraldine Adams
 1940 Gallant Sons
Dolly Matson
 1940 Strike Up the Band
Barbara Frances Morgan
 1939 Dancing Co-Ed
'Ticky' James
 1939 Babes in Arms
Rosalie Essex
 1938 Hold That Ball (Short) (as The Preisser Sisters)
 1937 Play Street (Short)
June
 1936 Wash Your Step (Short)
June O'Brien
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Stage Play: Count Me In. Musical revue. Music by Ann Ronell. Based on material by Walter Kerr and Leo Brady. Lyrics by Ann Ronell. Music orchestration by Russell Bennett. Special orchestral arrangements by [error] and Don Walker. Vocal arrangements by Buck Warnick. Choreographed music by Will Irwin. Directed by Robert Ross. Ethel Barrymore... See more »

Alternate Names:

The Preisser Sisters
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She and her son were killed in a car accident during a rainstorm in 1984.

Star Sign:

Cancer

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