Gloria DeHaven, America's Sweetheart in the 1940s and 50s - and probably one of the last actors who was "born in a trunk," as they used to say (her parents were vaudeville performers) - has hoofed her way to dreamland, where she'll surely be a headliner.
Though she had a terrific singing voice, I don't believe she cut any solo LPs. Which means we'll have to make do with her soundtracks, like the EP for 1954's "So This Is Paris" where she duets with Tony Curtis and Gene Nelson. And, yes, it's true, she made her debut with Charlie Chaplin and was the first person to kiss Frank Sinatra on screen. Now that's a resume.