VAUDEVILLE: Saga of Dainty June

"I am not a Vassar girl. I never went to school a day in my life. I was raised, if you wish to call it that, in vaudeville, going from town to town, playing with musicians, acrobats, dancers, even freaks. Some were nice, some tender, some vicious. Many were genuinely bigtime, and you knew it the moment you were with them. Others were simply small-time human beings—petty, meager-minded, whiny, changing from week to week as we traveled from town to town."

So recalls June Havoc, successful cineminx, Broadwayward girl (Sadie Thompson, Pal Joey),...

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