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Luana Patten
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    (July 6, 1938-May 1, 1996)
    Born in Long Beach, California
    Appeared in the films 'Song of the South' (1946), 'Fun and Fancy Free' (1947), 'Melody Time' (1948), 'So Dear To My Heart' (1948), 'Rock, Pretty Baby' (1956), 'Johnny Tremain' (1957), 'The Young Captives' (1959), 'Go Naked in the World' (1961), 'A Thunder of Drums' (1961), 'Follow Me, Boys!' (1966) and 'Grotesque' (1988)
    She began modeling professionally at age three.
    She eloped at age 16.
    She was married and divorced three times.
    She and frequent co-star Bobby Driscoll were dubbed 'the Sweetheart Team.'
    She was chosen from 5,000 applicants for her role in 'Song of the South.'
    She was the first actress signed to a long-term Disney contract.
    While attending high school, she was working part-time as a box office cashier at the Lakewood Theater when it was held up. Oddly, the movie playing at the time of the robbery was 'Song of the South.' (1956)

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