June Travis

Active - 1935 - 1965  |   Born - Aug 7, 1914   |   Genres - Drama, Crime, Comedy, Adventure, Romance

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Biography by Hal Erickson

Brunette actress June Travis made her first film appearances as a Warner Bros. contractee in 1934. Alternately fiery and demure, June appeared opposite such Warners leading men as James Cagney, Pat O'Brien and Joe E. Brown; she was Brown's vis-a-vis twice, first in the 1936 Warners comedy Earthworm Tractors, then in the independently produced 1938 effort The Gladiator. She also was seen as Della Street in the 1936 "Perry Mason" programmer The Case of the Black Cat, co-starring with Ricardo Cortez as Mason. June Travis retired from films in 1939 to devote her activities to the stage; she made an isolated movie comeback as the wife of Hollywood agent Warner Anderson in 1953's The Star, which top-billed Travis's one-time Warner Bros. colleague Bette Davis.

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