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June Allyson Quotes


June Allyson Quotes


June Allyson  (October 7, 1917 – July 8, 2006)

June Allyson
(October 7, 1917 – July 8, 2006)


“In real life I’m a poor dressmaker and a terrible cook,  anything in fact but the perfect wife.” ~ June Allyson


“MGM was my mother and father, mentor and guide, my all-powerful and benevolent crutch. When I left them, it was like walking into space.” ~ June Allyson


 “I tried to be a good listener. I decided that was what she wanted all along – not so much a friend as an audience.” ~ June Allyson on Joan Crawford


“I have big teeth. I lisp. My eyes disappear when I smile. My voice is funny. I don’t sing like Judy Garland. I don’t dance like Cyd Charisse. But women identify with me. And while men desire Cyd Charisse, they’d take me home to meet Mom.” ~ June Allyson assessing her appeal as a performer


“I couldn’t dance, and, Lord knows, I couldn’t sing, but I got by somehow. Richard Rodgers was always keeping them from firing me.” ~ June Allyson


“If you see someone without a smile, give him yours.” ~ June Allyson


“The only parental authority I had was the studio. When I was a star, there was always somebody with me, to guard me. I was not allowed to be photographed with a cigarette, a drink, a cup of coffee or even a glass of water because someone might think it was liquor. When I left the studio I was already married and had two children, but I felt as sad as a child leaving home for the first time.” ~ June Allyson


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