Sally Payne

Sally Payne

  • Highest Rated: 100% I Love You Again (1940)
  • Lowest Rated: 100% I Love You Again (1940)
  • Birthday: Sep 5, 1912
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • A pretty brunette, Sally Payne was something as unusual in B-Westerns as the heroine's comic sidekick. Payne had the field virtually to herself in the early '40s and she made the most of it, whether exchanging verbal blows with George "Gabby" Hayes or flirting with him. She had made her screen debut in a Western, the 1936 Gene Autry vehicle The Big Show, and horse operas would remain her bread and butter. But Payne also showed her versatility in comedy shorts at RKO (replacing Florence Lake as the wife in the Edgar Kennedy two-reelers) and MGM. In the end, she earned her greatest popularity opposite Roy Rogers at Republic Pictures, playing Calamity Jane to Roger's Young Bill Hickock (1940) in the first of ten Westerns they made together. Despite her growing popularity, Payne retired in 1942 to marry an airline executive. In her later years, she ran a bookstore in Bel Air, CA.

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No Score Yet Man from Cheyenne Sally 1942
No Score Yet Romance on the Range Sally 1942
No Score Yet Jesse James at Bay Polly Morgan 1941
No Score Yet Playmates Gloria 1941
No Score Yet Bad Man of Deadwood 'Princess' Sally Blackstone 1941
No Score Yet Nevada City Jo Morrison 1941
No Score Yet Sheriff of Tombstone Queenie Whittaker, aka Queenie LaTour 1941
No Score Yet Robin Hood of the Pecos Belle Starr 1941
No Score Yet In Old Cheyenne Squeak 1941
No Score Yet Red River Valley Sally Whittaker 1941
No Score Yet No, No, Nanette Maid 1940
No Score Yet One Night in the Tropics Woman with Second Man Polled by Jim 1940
No Score Yet Rodeo Dough Actor 1940
No Score Yet Young Bill Hickok Miss 'Calamity' Jane Canary 1940
100% I Love You Again Salesgirl 1940
No Score Yet When the Daltons Rode Annabella 1940
No Score Yet When Tomorrow Comes Waitress 1939
No Score Yet Man from Music Mountain Patsy 1938
No Score Yet Exiled to Shanghai Mabel 1937
No Score Yet The Big Show Toodles Brown 1936


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