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Actress, Vera Miles, was born Vera June Ralston on Aug 23, 1929 in Boise City, Oklahoma. As of December 2018, Vera Miles was 89 years old.

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She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.

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By monty on Aug 23, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Happy Birthday to . She turns 81 today and is still alive. Not acting as much but still around, making appearances and such. Born in Boise City, Oklahoma, attended school in Pratt, Kansas and Wichita, Kansas. The patrician beauty of Miss Miles won her the title of "Miss Kansas... Read full article


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Vera Miles Quotes:

Hallie: Rance, do you think I could... I mean, grown up and all... do you think I could learn to read?
Ransom Stoddard: Why, sure you can, Hallie. Why, there's nothing to it. It'd be... it'd be easy. Can you learn how to read? Why, I can... I can teach you. A smart girl like you? Of course you can learn how to read. Now, do you want to try?
Hallie: It's awful worrisome not knowing how. I know the Good Book from preacher talk; but it'd be a soul comfort if I could read the words myself.


Laurie Jorgensen: [reading a letter from Martin on his Indian wife] "She wasn't nearly as old as you." How old does he think I am?


Lila Crane: Look, that old woman, whoever she is, she told Arbogast something. I want her to tell us the same thing.
Sam Loomis: Hold it, you can't go up there.
Lila Crane: Why not?
Sam Loomis: Bates.
Lila Crane: Then, let's find him. One of us can keep him occupied while the other gets to the old woman.
Sam Loomis: You'll never be able to hold him still even if he doesn't want to be held. And, I don't like you going into that house alone.
Lila Crane: I can handle a sick old woman!


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Vera Miles Facts
In the late 1940s, made a television commercial for Lustre Creme shampoo.

Changed her name to Vera Miles (derived from her first married name) upon first arriving in Hollywood, due to there already being a Vera Ralston who was working there at the time.

Miss Kansas 1948.

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