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Josephine Douglas (born 6 October 1926 – 12 July 1988) was a British actress. She was the co-producer and co-host of Britain's first pop chart television show, Six-Five Special, during 1957-58.
She was born in Huddersfield, England, and began her career by appearing in minor roles in several British films during the 1950s including the Hitchcock film Stage Fright (1950). She was also a panelist on quiz shows.
- Josephine Douglas. Answers.com. Actors Biographies, All Media Guide, 2006. http://www.answers.com/topic/josephine-douglas-actor-director-comedy-adventure, accessed October 26, 2008.
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