June Storey

Actor, Photographer's model
Petite, blonde, blue-eyed leading lady who rode the range with the beloved singing cowboy Gene Autry in ten enjoyable western programmers churned out at a furious rate by Republic Pictures from 1939-40. After Autry ... Read more »
Born: 04/20/1918 in Toronto, Ontario, CA

Filmography

Actor (17)

First Love 1938 (Movie)

Wilma van Everett (Actor)

Colorado Sunset (Movie)

Carol Haines (Actor)

Cry of the City (Movie)

Miss Boone (Actor)

Dance Hall (Movie)

Ada (Actor)

End of the Road (Movie)

Kitty McDougal (Actor)

Gaucho Serenade (Movie)

Joyce (Actor)

Girls' Dormitory (Movie)

Greta (Actor)

Hello Sucker (Movie)

Trixie (Actor)

Home on the Prairie (Movie)

(Actor)

In Old Monterey (Movie)

Jill Whittaker (Actor)

Killer McCoy (Movie)

Waitress (Actor)

Love and Hisses (Movie)

(Actor)

Mickey, the Kid (Movie)

Sheila (Actor)

The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance (Movie)

Gloria Foster (Actor)

The Snake Pit (Movie)

Miss Bixby, the Ward Nurse (Actor)

The Strange Woman (Movie)

Lena Tempest (Actor)

Too Late for Tears (Movie)

Girl (Actor)

Biography

Petite, blonde, blue-eyed leading lady who rode the range with the beloved singing cowboy Gene Autry in ten enjoyable western programmers churned out at a furious rate by Republic Pictures from 1939-40. After Autry enlisted to fight in WWII, Storey proved her competence in a wide variety of genres--melodramas, comedies, films noir and crime movies--in addition to musical westerns. In the years after her film career ended, Storey continued to appear at western memorabilia festivals.

Relationships

Lincoln Clark

Husband

Marina Clark

Daughter

Eric Clark

Son

Maxine Storey Dougan

Sister

EDUCATION

Laguna Beach High School

Laguna Beach , California 1936

Milestones

1948

Featured in "The Snake Pit", the landmark social drama directed by Anatole Litvak which realistically dealt with mental illness

1939

Loaned out to Universal for a featured role in "First Love" starring Deanna Durbin

1938

Signed a contract with Republic Pictures

1936

Signed to 20th Century-Fox contract

Co-starred with the popular singing cowboy Gene Autry in 10 westerns: "South of the Border", "Blue Montana Skies", "In Old Monterey", "Rancho Grande", "Home on the Prairie", "Colorado Sunset", "Carolina Moon", "Gaucho Serenade", "Mountain Rhythm" and "Rid

Worked at Columbia, appearing in musical Westerns with the Hoosier Hot Shots and features such as "The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance", after Gene Autry enlisted in the army during World War II

Appeared in featured roles in films such as "Girls' Dormitory", "In Old Chicago", and "Island in the Sky"

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