Barbara Jo Allen Overview:

Character actress, Barbara Jo Allen, was born on Sep 2, 1906 in New York City, NY. Jo Allen died at the age of 68 on Sep 14, 1974 in Santa Barbara, CA .

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Cynthia Stanhope: How do I look, Aunt Agatha?
Aunt Agatha: Like a very proper lady going to tea.
Wagon driver: Ha!
Cynthia Stanhope: Evidently you don't approve.
Wagon driver: When a woman puts on her war paint, she's more dangerous than any Mohawk.
Aunt Agatha: It's just that we like our scalps with something under them.


[the mouse has scared all of the elephants away and into the river, except Goliath II, who doesn't budge]
Mouse: [to Goliath II] What's the trouble, buster? Scared stiff?
Goliath II: I'm not scared at all.
Mouse: You're not?
Goliath II: I'm just as big as you are.
Mouse: But that's not the point, kid. I'm a mouse! You're an elephant. At least you look like one. You got a trunk.
[he pulls on Goliath's trunk]
Mouse: Flappy ears!
[he tugs and flaps on Goliath's big ears]
Mouse: Ho-ho-ho! Baggy pants!
[he kicks Goliath in the rear]


Flora: I'll turn her into a flower.
Merryweather: Maleficent?
Flora: [chuckles] No, no, dear. The princess.
Fauna: Oh, she'd make a lovely flower.
Flora: Don't you see? A flower can't prick its finger.
Merryweather: It hasn't any.
Fauna: That's right.
Flora: She'll be perfectly safe.
Merryweather: Until Maleficent sends a frost.
Flora: [laughs, then stops abruptly] Yes... oh dear.
Fauna: She always ruins your nicest flowers.


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Barbara Jo Allen Facts
Honorary Mayor of Woodland Hills, California.

She was awarded 2 Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Radio at 1639 Vine Street and for Motion Pictures at 1720 Vine Street in Hollywood, California.

Did a recording for the character Madame Leota on the Haunted Mansion ride at Disneyland but was later replaced by Eleanor Audley.

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