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June MacCloy (1909–2005)

June Mary MacCloy was born in Sturgis, Michigan on June 2, 1909. When she was a child her family moved to Toledo, Ohio. With her radiant smile, her tall, blonde, good looks and unusual voice, she brightened many a film and stage with her talent. After 1940 she became an obscure part of Hollywood and Broadway history. When she was a deep-voiced, 5' ... See full bio »


(age 95) in Sonoma, California, USA

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June Moon Eileen Fletcher
Go West Lulubelle
Reaching for the Moon Kitty - Aero Girl With Long Earrings


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 1941 Unholy Partners
Blonde in Miami (uncredited)
 1940 Go West
 1940 Glamour for Sale
Peggy Davis
 1934 Good Morning, Eve! (Short)
 1932 Niagara Falls (Short)
 1932 Gigolettes (Short)
 1932 Only Men Wanted (Short)
 1931 Easy to Get (Short)
 1931 Take 'em and Shake 'em (Short)
 1931 The Big Gamble
 1931 June First (Short)
 1931 The Foolish Forties (Short)
 1931 June Moon
Eileen Fletcher
 1931 Laugh It Off (Short)
 1930 Reaching for the Moon
Kitty - Aero Girl With Long Earrings
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 1940 Go West (performer: "You Can't Argue with Love" (1940))
 1940 Glamour for Sale (performer: "Crazy Dreams" - uncredited)
 1930 Reaching for the Moon (performer: "When the Folks High Up Do the Mean Low-Down" - uncredited)
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 2003 Inside the Marx Brothers (Video documentary)
Lulubelle (clip from Go West (1940)) (uncredited)
 1986 Classic Comedy Teams (Video documentary)
Lulubelle (segment "Marx Brothers")

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5' 7" (1.7 m)

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I loved working with Fatty [Arbuckle]. He was a peach of a guy!


Claims she was born in 1915 but that sources got it mixed up with an older sister now deceased who was born in 1909.


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