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John Payne

(1912—1989)


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Payne, John (d. 1787), bookseller

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(1912–1989).

Film, television, and stage performer. A personable leading man who was more reliable than exciting, he played opposite the favorite blondes of the 1940s, including Alice Faye, Betty Grable ...

Subjects: Music.


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