ORIG. AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO "June Storey" w/coa
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June Storey (born Mary June Storey, (April 20, 1918 - December 18, 1991) was a Canadian-born American film actress during the mid-late 1930s and into the 1940s, who most often appeared in B-movies as the heroine of westerns.
Storey was born in Toronto, and her family moved to the United States when she was a young girl, settling first in Connecticut, then later in California. Pretty in her youth, she caught the attention of Fox Film Corporation when she auditioned with them to star in films. Her first film was Student Tour in 1934, which was uncredited. Her first credited role was the 1936 film Girls' Dormitory. She had roles in another seven films from 1935 through 1938. The first was In Old Chicago, which was credited. She then had three uncredited roles, after which she starred in Island in the Sky, Down in Arkansas, and Orphans of the Street.
She later went on contract with Republic Pictures, and became best known for playing the role as heroine in ten Gene Autry films, from 1939 through 1940. Her first series of films were South of the Border, Colorado Sunset, and Blue Montana Skies, all in 1939. Mary Lee often starred alongside her, playing the role of her younger sister. Her career slowed considerably when Autry left acting for a time to serve during World War II. She played several minor roles in films during the 1940s, and retired after marrying. Her last credited role was in the 1949 film Miss Mink of 1949. Storey made a total of 41 films in her career.
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