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Actress, Gale Storm, was born Josephine Owaissa Cottle on Apr 5, 1922 in Bloomington, TX. Storm died at the age of 87 on Jun 27, 2009 in Danville, CA .

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She was honored with three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Recording, Television and Radio.

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By Annette Bochenek on Feb 7, 2020 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

was an actress and singer who found herself starring in two popular television shows of the 1950s. Several of her songs were top ten hits, with “I Hear You Knockin'” being one of the many favorites enjoyed by fans. While cast in many B movies, Storm nonetheless s... Read full article


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[Jennifer is reading back Dr. von Altermann's dictation]
Jennifer: It is my hypothesis that metabolism, although vital to prenatal and adolescent development, is not essential in later life.


Marian Hardy: How are you, darling?
Judy Evans: Oh, fine, darling.
Marian Hardy: You always look so healthy. I wish my skin weren't so sensitive; I'd love to be able to get sunburned.
Judy Evans: I'd like to see you sunburned.


Rocky Barnes: Miss Mallory... Do you mind if I call you Kate?
Katharine Mallory: You might as well. I've a feeling you'll get around to it in a minute anyway.


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She is honored with three stars on Hollywood's Walk of Fame: a Radio star at 6119 Hollywood Blvd., a Recording star at 1519 Vine St., and a TV star at 1680 Vine St.

Gale signed a new recording contract with Dot Records in 1955, which immediately yielded a hit record in late September and early October: 'I Hear You Knocking.'

Born Josephine Owaissa Cottle, the youngest of five children, in Bloomington, a small town in central Texas, her unusual middle name, "Owaissa" is an Indian word meaning "bluebird" and was given to her by an older sister, Lois.

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