Frazee, Jane (1918–1985)

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Frazee, Jane (1918–1985)

American actress and singer. Born Mary Jane Frehse, July 18, 1918, in St. Paul, Minnesota; died Sept 6, 1985, in Newport Beach, California; sister of Ruth Frehse (singer and dancer who married Norman Krasna); m. Glenn Tryon (actor-director, div. 1947); m. thrice more.

With sister Ruth, began career singing and dancing in nightclubs as The Frazee Sisters; appeared in 40 films (1940–51), including Moonlight and Melody, Hellzapoppin, Moonlight in Havana, When Johnny Comes Marching Home, Rosie the Riveter, Ten Cents a Dance and Rhythm Inn.

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