June Harding, Actress in 'The Trouble With Angels,' Dies at 81

The Hollywood Reporter | 3/29/2019 | Mike Barnes
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She also appeared opposite Art Carney and Elizabeth Ashley on Broadway and was a regular on 'The Richard Boone Show.'

June Harding, who starred with Rosalind Russell and Hayley Mills in the 1966 feature comedy The Trouble With Angels, has died. She was 81.

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Harding died March 22 in hospice care in Deer Isle, Maine, her brother, John, told the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

In December 1961, Harding debuted on Broadway, portraying Art Carney's younger daughter (Elizabeth Ashley was her sister and won a Tony Award) in the comedy Take Her, She's Mine, produced by Hal Prince, directed by George Abbott and written by Phoebe and Henry Ephron.

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Harding later played different characters as a regular on the 1963-64 NBC anthology series The Richard Boone Show and appeared on episodes of Dr. Kildare, The Defenders and The Fugitive before she retired from show business in the 1970s.

In Columbia Pictures' The Trouble With Angels, directed by Ida Lupino,...
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