5' 3½" (1.61 m)
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I had been led to believe that I was being groomed for important roles and I planned progressively. Every morning at nine I appeared at the studio to attend the dramatic school, and every afternoon I posed for 'still' pictures. In this way my hopes were built up tremendously. I felt that there was a genuine interest in me willingly and promptly. Believing all this, I failed to prepare for the day...
According to Gordon Hunter, who wrote a lengthy article about June in the March 2009 issue of "Classic Images," June's film career lost all momentum in 1938 after Fox Studio mogul Darryl F. Zanuck
sent her to England for filming. June felt threatened by the looming aspects of war in the country at the time and insisted on leaving for her safety. The studio informed her she would be terminated if ...