Again returned to features to act a role in "The Legend of O.B. Taggert"
Played one of the two leading roles in the ABC TV mystery pilot, "Ladies of Sweet Street"
Played recurring role of Marion Wormer on the ABC sitcom, "Delta House"
Returned to features to act in the horror film, "Bog"
First fictional TV series role as cast regular: played Deputy Irene James on the ABC crime drama, "Nakia"
First TV-movie, "Call Her Mom"
Hosted part of a season of the long-running (1963-70) syndicated TV talk show, "Girl Talk", after Virginia Graham left the show and before Betsy Palmer took over hosting duties
Last feature film for over two decades, "The Girl Rush"
Served as a panelist on the short-lived NBC game show, "Make the Connection"
Hosted the 15-minute ABC variety program, "The Gloria DeHaven Show"
Last films at MGM, "Summer Stock" and "Three Little Words"; played the role of her own real-life mother, Mrs. Carter DeHaven, in the latter
Returned to features in "Summer Holiday"
Last film in release for several years, "Between Two Woman" (shot in 1944)
Played first leading roles in two popular breakthrough films: "Two Girls and a Sailor" and "Step Lively"
Played most prominent feature film role to date as one of the second leads in "Best Foot Forward", an adaptation of the Broadway musical
Signed by MGM; first film there, "Susan and God"
Appeared in a second Chaplin film, "The Great Dictator"
First film appearance (as an extra) in Charlie Chaplin's "Modern Times"; her father worked as an assistant director on the film
Played role of Bess Shelby on the ABC daytime drama, "Ryan's Hope" during the 1980s; was not on the program when it debuted in 1975
Actual family name was O'Callahan before her father legally changed it to DeHaven.
Sang as a vocalist for bands led by Jon Savitt and Bob Crosby.