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June Weaver (1891–1977)

The distaff member of the popular musical comedy hillbilly trio "The Weaver Brothers and Elviry" of town halls, vaudeville, Broadway and film, sharp-featured June Weaver was born June Petrie in Chicago in 1891. Raised in Springfield, Missouri, she took to the stage fairly young. Divorced with two children by the time she met Leon Weaver and Frank ... See full bio »

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Jeepers Creepers
Jeepers Creepers Elviry Weaver
Tuxedo Junction
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Arkansas Judge
Arkansas Judge Elviry Weaver
Grand Ole Opry
Grand Ole Opry Elviry Weaver


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 1939/I Jeepers Creepers (performer: "Jeepers Creepers", "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree", "In the Good Old Summertime")
 1938 Swing Your Lady (performer: "Dig Me a Grave in Missouri" (1937), "The Old Apple Tree" (1937) - uncredited)

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Weaver Brothers and Elviry | Elviry

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Already divorced in her early 20s with two little girls, she married Leon Weaver at the onset of WWI in 1914 and subsequently became part of the Weaver Brothers vaudeville act (renamed "The Weaver Brothers and Elviry"). She and Leon divorced after nine years and June subsequently married Leon's younger brother of the act, Frank Weaver. This marriage lasted and, miraculously, the trio continued ... See more »


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