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June Clyde (1909–1987)

Another vivacious blonde who made a tiny splash in Hollywood during the 30s was June Clyde. Her career was perhaps more substantial than that of many of her contemporaries. A talented songstress and dancer, June began on the vaudeville circuit in 1917 as an eight-year old, billed as 'Baby Tetrazini'. Though born in Saint Joseph, Missouri, she grew... See full bio »

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Known For

A Strange Adventure 'Nosey' Toodles
A Study in Scarlet Eileen Forrester
Hollywood Mystery Doris Dawn
Arizona Bonita 'Bonnie' Palmer


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 1957 The Story of Esther Costello
Mrs. Forbes
 1957 After the Ball
Lottie Gilson
 1957 The Vise (TV Series)
Dinah Adair
- Holiday for Heatherton (1957) ... Dinah Adair
 1954 The Love Lottery
 1952 Affair in Monte Carlo
Mrs. Roche
 1952 Treasure Hunt
Mrs. Cleghorne-Thomas
 1951 Night Without Stars
 1947 The Man Who Came to Dinner (TV Movie)
Lorraine Sheldon
 1946 Behind the Mask
Edith Merrill
 1945 Hollywood and Vine
Gloria Devine
 1944 Seven Doors to Death
Mary Rawling
 1943 Hi'Ya Chum
Madge Tracy
 1942 Sealed Lips
Lois Grant
 1941 Unfinished Business
 1941 Country Fair
Pepper Wilson
 1938 His Lordship Goes to Press
Valerie Lee
 1938 Weddings Are Wonderful
Cora Sutherland
 1937 Sam Small Leaves Town
Sally Elton
 1937 Intimate Relations
Molly Morell
 1937 School for Husbands
Diana Cheswick
 1937 Let's Make a Night of It
Peggy Boydell
 1937 Make-Up
 1937 Aren't Men Beasts
 1936 Forbidden Music
Sadie Whistler
 1936 King of the Castle
Marilyn Bean
 1936 Charing Cross Road
 1935 She Shall Have Music
Dorothy Drew
 1935 No Monkey Business
Clare Barrington
 1935 Dance Band
Pat Shelley
 1934 Hollywood Mystery
Doris Dawn
 1934 Hollywood Party
Linda Clemp
 1934 I Hate Women
Anne Meredith
 1933 Only Yesterday
 1933 Her Resale Value
Mary Harris
 1933 Hold Me Tight
 1933 A Study in Scarlet
Eileen Forrester
 1933 Room Mates (Short)
June - 1st Wife
 1933 Forgotten
Lena Strauss
 1932 Oh! My Operation (Short)
 1932 A Strange Adventure
'Nosey' Toodles
 1932 Tess of the Storm Country
Teola Garfield
 1932 The Finishing Touch (Short)
 1932 The All-American
Betty Poe
 1932 Thrill of Youth
Jill Fenwick
 1932 Back Street
Freda Schmidt
 1932 Radio Patrol
Vern Wiley
 1932 Steady Company
 1932 File 113
 1932 Racing Youth
Ameliz Cruickshank
 1931 The Secret Witness
Tess Jones
 1931 Branded Men
Dale Wilson
 1931 Morals for Women
Lorraine Huston
 1931 The Mad Parade
Janice Lee
 1931 Arizona
Bonita 'Bonnie' Palmer
 1930 Humanettes No. 3 (Short)
 1930 Moonlight and Monkey Business (Short)
Beverly Fair
 1930 Humanettes No. 1 (Short)
 1930 Midnight Mystery
Louise Hollister
 1930 The Cuckoos
Ruth Chester
 1929 Hit the Deck
 1929 Tanned Legs
Peggy Reynolds
 1929 Side Street
Judy - the Singer (uncredited)
 1929 Street Girl
Hot Blonde at McGregor's (uncredited)
Show Show Soundtrack (4 credits)
Show Show Self (3 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)

Personal Details

Other Works:

1934: in advertisement for Diamond Walnuts.

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5' 1¾" (1.57 m)


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Child performer, in vaudeville from 1917 and in films from the age of ten. In the cast of 'Topsy and Eva' with the Duncan Sisters in 1925. As a blonde, leggy starlet signed by RKO for the musical comedies 'Tanned Legs' and 'Hit the Deck'. Found greater success on the London stage in 'Lucky Break' (1934) and 'The Flying Trapeze' (1935) and on Broadway in 'Hooray for What!' (1937-8) and 'Banjo Eyes... See more »

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