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Birth date: January 22, 1922, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Death date: July 22, 2010, Riverside, California, United States
Birth place: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Spouse:Glenn Thompson (m. 1953–1953), William M. Moore (m. 1946–1947), William M. Moore (m. 1943–1944)

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American actress of the 1940's and 50's, a former Esquire model and wartime pin-up girl. She got her start in Hollywood via a scholarship to the Max Reinhardt workshop on the strength of being 'The Coca Cola Girl' and elected 'ad queen of Chicago'. Her first starring role on stage was in 'Seventeen' in 1940. Her subsequent film career was ...

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Come on Seven1956Short
Fun on the Run1951ShortShowgirl
Roaring City1951Gail Chase
The Bride Goes Wild1948Cigarette Girl (uncredited)
The Case of the Baby Sitter1947ShortMamie Russell, alias the Duchess
That's My Gal1947Showgirl (uncredited)
The Homestretch1947Guest (uncredited)
Society Mugs1946ShortAlice Preston
Hot Water1946ShortMrs. Lane
Night and Day1946Chorus Girl (uncredited)
The Stranger1946Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Her Kind of Man1946Patsy - Showgirl (uncredited)
Tangier1946Rocco's Girl (uncredited)
The Shadow Returns1946Lenore Jessup
Because of Him1946Roxanna (uncredited)
Adventure1945Dame #3 (uncredited)
Booby Dupes1945ShortCaptain's Girl
Where the Pest Begins1945ShortMrs. Howard
A Thousand and One Nights1945Girl in Tailor Shop (uncredited)
Wife Decoy1945ShortBunnie Kean, the vamp
Here Come the Co-eds1945Basketball Player (uncredited)
Snooper Service1945Short
She Snoops to Conquer1944ShortVera Hassenpheifer, the Spy
The Suspect1944Model (uncredited)
Dead or Alive1944Belle Loper (bartender, Half Way House)
Atlantic City1944Woman on Train (uncredited)
Seven Doors to Death1944Mable De Rose
In Old Oklahoma1943Woman on Train (uncredited)
Hi'ya, Sailor1943Bull's Hostess (uncredited)
Fired Wife1943Minor Role (uncredited)
Gals, Incorporated1943Waitress (uncredited)
Hit the Ice1943Woman in Bed with Tubby (uncredited)
Good Morning, Judge1943Sunbather (uncredited)
Hi, Buddy1943Girl (uncredited)
It Comes Up Love1943Vicki (uncredited)
The Powers Girl1943Model
Happy Go Lucky1943Showgirl (uncredited)
Arabian Nights1942Harem Girl (uncredited)
Fall In1942Lydia Hummock
Sin Town1942Dance Hall Girl (uncredited)
Holiday Inn1942Girl (uncredited)
About Face1942ShortGirl at Party (uncredited)
The Fleet's In1942Hostess (uncredited)
Pacific Blackout1941Civil Defense Girl on Truck (uncredited)
Louisiana Purchase1941Louisiana Belle (as Alaine Brandes)
The Lone Rider in Ghost Town1941Helen (as Alaine Brandes)
Ziegfeld Girl1941Ziegfeld Girl (uncredited)
Nice Girl?1941Woman (uncredited)
The Fired Man1941Short as Alaine Brandes
The Boys from Syracuse1940Girl (uncredited)
Hold That Woman!1940Girl (uncredited)
Turnabout1940Model (uncredited)

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1Born and raised in Chicago, and graduated from Foreman High School.
2Once a John Robert Powers model before going to Hollywood.
3According to an interview with Mike Barnum in the December 2009 issue of "Classic Images", she got her initial start after winning a scholarship to the Max Reinhardt Workshop in Hollywood where she appeared as Queen Titania in a version of "A Midsummer Night's Dream.
4In the 1950s, Rebel discovered that a New Orleans stripper began using her name and she had to legally stop her.
5Was a disc jockey for the Armed Forces Radio Services and hosted a show called "Radio Calling".
6Did a stint as "The Coca Cola Girl" in advertisements.
7Popular G.I. pin-up girl during the 1940s and did several layouts, including one for Esquire magazine.

1One of the problems of being an actor is that you work, and then you don't work. The time that you don't work might be extensive and you do still have to continue to live.
2I loved my work and I took it seriously.

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