Cobina Jr. Wright
The brunette daughter of ambitious society columnist Cobina Wright Sr., Cobina Wright Jr. gained national fame in 1939 when she sued Bob Hope's radio program for doing a rather wicked impersonation of her. The case was eventually settled out of court to everyone's satisfaction, especially Wright Jr., who was awarded a permanent spot on the show. Hollywood paid attention and the striking brunette found herself at Fox playing scores of debutantes -- some of the nasty variety -- from 1941-1946. She retired to marry socialite Palmer Beaudette Jr.