June Marlowe
American actress
June Marlowe
June Marlowe, was an American actress, who appeared in six Our Gang short subjects as the lovely schoolteacher Miss Crabtree.
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Jackie Cooper (1922 – 2011) - Pipoca Moderna
Google News - almost 6 years
Sua paixão infantil pela professora, interpretada por June Marlowe, marcou a franquia e rendeu uma trilogia de curtas. Ainda sob contrato do Hal Roach Studios, foi emprestado para a Paramont em 1931 para que pudesse estrelar “Skippy”, ao lado de seu
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Spike Milligan Is Dead at 83; Ringleader of Zany Comedians
NYTimes - almost 15 years
Spike Milligan, progenitor of a lunatic brand of postwar British humor that blossomed as the 1950's radio hit ''The Goon Show'' and evolved into a blueprint for antic and inventive sketch comedy, died yesterday at his home in Sussex, England. He was 83. Mr. Milligan was the ringleader, and sole survivor, of a band of anarchic comedians -- Peter
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NYTimes - about 18 years
A restaurant review on Dec. 27 about Crabtree's in Floral Park included a proprietor's erroneous reference to characters and actors in the ''Our Gang'' films, and to a connection between the actors and the restaurant. Miss Crabtree, the character for whom it is named, was played by June Marlowe, not by Rosina Lawrence, who visited the restaurant
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DINING OUT; A Mix of Innovative Dishes and Standards
NYTimes - about 18 years
LONG before theme restaurants became commonplace, there was Crabtree's. This 12-year-old Floral Park favorite is named for Miss Crabtree, the teacher in the Our Gang-Little Rascals comedies. Anyone who has a warm spot in his heart for Spanky, had a crush on Darla or loved to imitate Alfalfa's singing will get a kick out of this place. But don't
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1984
    Age 80
    In her later years, she suffered from Parkinson's disease, dying from complications caused by it on March 10, 1984.
    More Details Hide Details Marlowe was originally buried at the San Fernando Mission Cemetery but was interred in the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles in 2002.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1931
    Age 27
    After Cooper left Our Gang in 1931 to appear in MGM features, Marlowe's Miss Crabtree character was used in only two more shorts, 1931's Shiver My Timbers and 1932's Readin' and Writin'. In 1933, Marlowe married Hollywood businessman Rodney Sprigg and retired from motion pictures to become a housewife.
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    Marlowe and Cooper were paired together in three Our Gang films, Teacher's Pet, School's Out and Love Business. She also had a small role in 1931's Little Daddy.
    More Details Hide Details In addition to her work in Our Gang, Marlowe appeared in fellow Roach stars Laurel and Hardy's first feature film, Pardon Us.
  • 1930
    Age 26
    Marlowe did not make an easy transition, and by 1930 she was starting to drift away from acting.
    More Details Hide Details By chance, she happened to meet Our Gang director Robert F. McGowan one day in a Los Angeles, California, department store. McGowan was searching for an actress to portray the schoolteacher in the Our Gang series of children's comedies. After producer Hal Roach suggested that brunette Marlowe don a blonde wig to match the hair of the lead kid in the series, Jackie Cooper, she was given the part of Miss Crabtree.
  • 1925
    Age 21
    She was one of the WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1925.
    More Details Hide Details Her career did well until the introduction of talking pictures.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1903
    Born
    Born on November 6, 1903.
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