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Julie London Biography and Filmography
Julie London
Birthday: September 26, 1926
Birth Place: Santa Rosa, California, USA
Height: 0' 0"
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Sultry blues vocalist Julie London began her film career long before she achieved fame as a recording artist. In 1945, 18-year-old London was selected to play a bargain-basement jungle princess, appearing opposite a gorilla in the PRC cheapie Nabonga. She was pretty bad, but no worse than the film itself. By the time she was cast as a sexy teenager in The Red House (1947), her acting had improved immensely, and by the time she played the female lead in the 1951 programmer The Fat Man, it looked as though she actually had a future in films. Still, London's greatest claim to fame was her long string of hit records ("Cry Me a River" et. al.) of the 1950s; many male admirers bought her albums simply to gaze upon her come-hither countenance on the dust jacket. Her status as every red-blooded American boy's wish dream was gently lampooned in Frank Tashlin's The Girl Can't Help It (1956), in which she appears as a spectral vision who transfixes a wistful Tom Ewell. Her best dramatic film appearances of this period include her leading-lady gigs in Voice in the Mirror (1958) and Man of the West (1958). From 1945 through 1955, Julie London was the wife of actor/producer Jack Webb; years after the divorce, London played Nurse Dixie McCall on the popular Jack Webb-produced TV series Emergency, in which she co-starred with her second husband, actor/jazz musician Bobby Troup.
Greatest Rescues of Emergency! (1978)
[ Carol Vitale ]
Emergency: Survival on Charter #220 (1978)
Syndrome (1973)
Nurses' Wild (1972)
Mascot (1972)
Emergency! the Wedsworth-Townsend Act (1972)
Emergency! (1972)
The George Raft Story (1961)
[ Jayne Mansfield ]
The 3rd Voice (1960)
The Wonderful Country (1959)
Night of the Quarter Moon (1959)
[ Agnes Moorehead ]
Man of the West (1958)
Voice in the Mirror (1958)
A Question of Adultery (1958)
Saddle the Wind (1958)
Drango (1957)
The Great Man (1956)
Crime Against Joe (1956)
The Fighting Chance (1955)
The Fat Man (1951)
Return of the Frontiersman (1950)
Task Force (1949)
Tap Roots (1948)
[ Susan Ward ]
The Red House (1947)
A Night in Paradise (1946)
[ Merle Oberon ]
On Stage Everybody (1945)
Diamond Horseshoe (1945)
[ Betty Grable ]
Nabonga (1944)
  • Hired for ex-husband Jack Webb's "Emergency!" (1972) with new husband Bobby Troup. They played a staff doctor (Troup) and a nurse (London) in a hospital emergency room.
  • Daughters, with Webb, Stacy and Lisa
  • Children, with Troup, daughter Kelly and twin sons Jody and Reese
  • Mother of Kelly Troup
  • Recorded 32 albums during her career
  • Moved to Los Angeles at 14 with her vaudeville song-and-dance team parents.
  • Julie had been in poor health since suffering a stroke in 1995.
  • Daughter Stacy Webb died in an auto accident in the 1990s.
  • Known in some circles as "The Liberty Girl" for helping establish Liberty Records as a successful label, her many hit albums on that label include "Julie Is Her Name", "Calendar Girl" with some borderline erotic (for the time) cover photography by Gene Lester, "About the Blues", "Your Number, Please", "Send For Me", "Love Letters", "The End of the World", "In Person at the Americana", "The Wonderful World of Julie London" and the provocatively titled "Nice Girls Don't Stay for Breakfast".
  • Her four most-sought-after and successful albums are "About the Blues (1957), "Feeling Good" (1965), "Easy Does It" (1968), and "Yummy, Yummy, Yummy" (1969).
  • Is portrayed by Julie Simone in Bettie Page: Dark Angel (2004)

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