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September 1, 1928 |
Fairfield, Alabama, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Ralph Cochran (1955-1989; his death) (4 children)|
Allene Roberts (born September 1, 1928) is a retired American actress.
Born in Fairfield, Alabama, a suburb of Birmingham, she starred in twelve movies between 1947 and 1954 and appeared on TV in Four Star Playhouse, The Adventures of Superman and Dragnet. Her first big picture was The Red House starring Rory Calhoun, Julie London and Edward G. Robinson. That movie was considered by the critics to be the "sleeper hit" of the year.
Roberts' other films included Knock on Any Door, starring John Derek and Humphrey Bogart, and Union Station with William Holden. She also appeared in the serial Bomba on Panther Island (Monogram Pictures, 1949).
|1947||The Red House||Meg|
|1948||The Sign of the Ram||Jane St. Aubyn|
|Michael O'Halloran||Lily Nelson|
|1949||Knock on Any Door||Emma|
|Bomba on Panther Island||Judy Maitland|
|1950||Union Station||Lorna Murchison|
|1951||Santa Fe||Ella Sue Canfield|
|1952||Kid Monk Baroni||Emily Brooks|
|The Blazing Forest||Milly|
- Allene Roberts at the Internet Movie Database
- Allene Roberts at the American Film Institute
- Allene Roberts: True to her roots
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