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The June Taylor Dancers

The June Taylor Dancers is an actress, known for The Jackie Gleason Show (1952), Happy Landing (1943) and The Jackie Gleason Show (1966). See full bio »

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Known For

The Jackie Gleason Show
The Jackie Gleason Show Themselves / Dancers at Berlin Express / Dancers at Irish Pub / Dancers in Hotel Lobby / Dancers in Rome / Dancers in Spanish Marketplace / Dancers in Sporting Goods Store / Dancers on Luxury Liner / Farquard Show Dancers / Hotel Maid Staff
Happy Landing
Happy Landing Six Ensemble Dancers
The Jackie Gleason Show
The Jackie Gleason Show Themselves / Themselves - Dance Ensemble
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Stage Show Themselves


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 1952 The Jackie Gleason Show (TV Series)
Dance Ensemble (1952-1959)
 1943 Happy Landing (Short)
Six Ensemble Dancers (as The June Taylor Girls)
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