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Julie London - But Not For Me - 1960

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Published on Jul 26, 2010

But not for me by Julie London 1960 Julie London was an actress & sultry singer who starred in a number of movies in the 1940s & '50s before beginning a popular singing career, but is probably best remembered for her role as Nurse Dixie McCall on "Emergency!: The Wedsworth-Townsend Act (#1.0)" (1972) in the '70s. Known for her wonderful sex appeal throughout her career, even well up into her late 40s, she had a career most people can only dream of.

Julie started out by playing small parts in the early 1940s and quickly became a leading actress and G.I. pin-up girl. In 1947, she married actor Jack Webb prior to his fame in "Dragnet" (1951), and went into semi-retirement, doing few films and even taking a break between 1951 - 1955. After she and Jack divorced in the mid-'50s, she became a jazz/pop singer, managed and groomed by jazz musician/actor Bobby Troup who became her second husband in 1959 and later, partner on the small screen. Ironically, when former hubby Jack Webb became the producer of "Emergency!: The Wedsworth-Townsend Act (#1.0)" (1972), he hired not only Julie but her then-husband, Bobby, and they starred together in her most recognizable role. Many people also remember Julie and Bobby's appearances together in the '70s on the TV game show featuring Hollywood married couples, "Tattletales" (1974) with host Bert Convy.

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