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Sally Loomis

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Sally Loomis was trained as a dancer, a tumbler, and a baton twirler. At 17 she was judged the best drum majorette in the nation at a contest at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. She moved to Hollywood and appeared in three motion pictures, You're in the Army Now (1941), Coney Island (1943) and The Dark Horse (1946). During the war, she traveled about the country touring with the Marx Brothers; her favorite was Harpo, who, she reported, had a thing for her feet. Read more...

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