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Story has it that June Allyson was falling or tripping all over the stage just to be seen. And that's how she was discovered as a chorus girl. And it was Panama Hattie by Cole Porter.


Miles, are you ready to shuffle off to Buffalo?


That's right, Princess.  As far as Buffalo goes, I'll leave the shuffling to you.  I'd rather follow that little robin and go Bob, Bob, Bobbin' along.  Before we go anywhere, why don;t you post the next question?  

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Let's stick with June - -


In her first Broadway role, June met a mentor who was later to be very important in her Hollywood career.


Who was he or she?


What did this person have to do with June's first Broadway show?


And why was this person important to June's Hollywood career?

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Is it Charles Walters?  He was one of the choreographers for Allyson's first Broadway musical Sing Out the News.  He was also the dance director for Allyson's first full-length film Best Foot Forward, which was the film version of the musical that Allyson had starred in on Broadway.  He also directed June Allyson in the movie Good News, which was the movie that established her as a star.   



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