Rosemary Lane (1914–1974)

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Rosemary Lane of the singing Lane sisters (their actual birth name was Mullican) got her start as a vocalist with bandleader Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. Her career was somewhat overshadowed by that of her more famous sister, Priscilla, who was also a member of that band and who would go on to bigger and better things. Both Rosemary and ... See full bio »

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Always a Bride Alice Bond
All by Myself Val Stevenson
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 1945 Sing Me a Song of Texas
Laurie Lang
 1944 Trocadero
Judy Edwards
 1943 Harvest Melody
Gilda Parker
 1943 All by Myself
Val Stevenson
 1943 Chatterbox
Carol Forrest
 1941 Time Out for Rhythm
Frances Lewis
 1941 Four Mothers
Kay Lemp Forrest
 1940 Always a Bride
Alice Bond
 1940 The Boys from Syracuse
 1940 Ladies Must Live
Pat Halliday
 1940 An Angel from Texas
Lydia Weston
 1939 Four Wives
Kay Lemp
 1939 The Return of Doctor X
Joan Vance
 1939 Daughters Courageous
Tinka Masters
 1939 The Oklahoma Kid
Jane Hardwick
 1939 Blackwell's Island
Sunny Walsh
 1938 Swingtime in the Movies (Short)
Rosemary Lane (uncredited)
 1938 Four Daughters
Kay Lemp
 1938 Gold Diggers in Paris
Kay Morrow
 1937 Hollywood Hotel
 1937 Varsity Show
Barbara 'Babs' Steward
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Best Foot Forward (1941). Musical. Book by John Cecil Holm. Music by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. Lyrics by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. Music orchestrated by Don Walker and Hans Spialek. Overture by Robert Russell Bennett. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Miles White. ... See more »

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Sister of Leota Lane, Lola Lane and Priscilla Lane.

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