Judy Clark

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Not to be confused with Judy Clarke.
For the artist, see Judy Clark (artist).

Judy Clark (born June 9, c. 1921-1924 Rockville Centre, Long Island, NY), is an American film and television actress. Her films include Charles Barton's Beautiful But Broke (1944), Sam Newfield's The Kid Sister (1945), Arthur Dreifuss's Junior Prom (1946), Two Blondes and a Redhead (1947) and Fred C. Brannon's Desperadoes of the West (1950). Altogether she appeared in over two dozen films and several television productions.


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