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June Brewster net worth & biography:June Brewster was born on August 13, 1913 in New York City, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for The Undie-World (1934), Contented Calves (1934) and Flirting in the Park (1933). She was married to McAfee, Guy. She died on November 2, 1995 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Wikipedia
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|Flirting in the Park||1933||Short||June Brewster|
|So This Is Harris!||1933||Short||Lillian|
|Headline Shooter||1933||Betty Kane - Miss Grand Rapids|
|Stolen by Gypsies or Beer and Bicycles||1933||Short||Amelia|
|Professional Sweetheart||1933||Telephone Operator (uncredited)|
|Goldie Gets Along||1933||The Nurse (uncredited)|
|The Sport Parade||1932||uncredited|
|Thanks for the Memory||1938/II||Frances (uncredited)|
|Love Is a Headache||1938||Betty Bartholomew, a Chorus Girl (uncredited)|
|Partners in Crime||1937||Mabel|
|Blonde Trouble||1937||Miss Rixey (uncredited)|
|The Lady Escapes||1937||Dolores|
|She's Dangerous||1937||Betty Mason|
|The Case Against Mrs. Ames||1936||Laurette La Rue|
|F-Man||1936||Girl at Switchboard (uncredited)|
|Contented Calves||1934||Short||June Brewster|
|Private Scandal||1934||Adele Smith|
|Rough Necking||1934||Short||June Marshall|
|The Undie-World||1934||Short||June Brewster|
|Success at Any Price||1934||Secretary (uncredited)|
|Bridal Bail||1934||Short||June Jones|
|Hips, Hips, Hooray!||1934||Mr. Clark's secretary (uncredited)|
|Meet the Baron||1933||Small Role (uncredited)|
|Rafter Romance||1933||Blonde Telemarketer (uncredited)|
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|1||A minor supporting actress of the 1930's, whose only claim to fame (or notoriety) was being married to Guy McAfee. McAfee was a former L.A. vice squad captain, turned proprietor of an illicit gambling den, the Clover Club on Sunset Strip, which was equipped with gaming tables that could be flipped over and hidden during raids. This did not, ultimately, stop a successful raid by the police. McAfee, with wife June in tow, duly left for Las Vegas, where he acquired the Pair-O-Dice Nightclub and Casino on Highway 91. He purchased several other lucrative properties during the 1940's: the Frontier Club, the Mandalay Lounge, the Pioneer Club, the SS Rex (which became Benny Binion's Horseshoe), and, most famously the Golden Nugget in 1946. At the time of his death fourteen years later, McAfee was considered one of the most successful operators in the history of America's gambling capital.|
|2||Bred pedigree show dogs in addition to acting (source: "The Film Daily, Apr-Jun 1935").|
|3||American Film Institute Catalog of Feature Films 1931-1940 mistakenly identifies June Brewster as one of the Brewster Twins; this is incorrect. Barbara Brewster and Gloria Brewster were the Brewster Twins.|
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