Was June Lockhart the mother in Lassie?

Kathleen LockhartJune Lockhart / MotherKathleen Lockhart was a prolific British-American actress throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Wikipedia

How long did June Lockhart play on Lassie?

1958 to 1964
June Lockhart is beloved for playing two iconic TV moms, but with a career spanning nine decades, she’s had far more roles than just that. Lockhart starred on Lassie from 1958 to 1964 as Ruth Martin, the mother of Timmy (Jon Provost), who was Lassie’s companion.

How old was June Lockhart in Lassie?

96 years (June 25, 1925)June Lockhart / Age

Is Anne Lockhart related to June Lockhart?

Born to one of theatre’s leading families, she is the fourth generation of performers in her family to carry the Lockhart name, as the daughter of actress June Lockhart, granddaughter of Gene Lockhart and Kathleen Lockhart, and great-granddaughter of John Coates Lockhart.

Who was June Lockhart’s father?

Gene LockhartJune Lockhart / Father

Why did Lockhart leave Lassie?

Actress June Lockhart, who had appeared in the second of MGM’s popular Lassie films (Son of Lassie), had been considered for the role of Ruth Martin before Leachman was signed. Lockhart however was working in New York at the time and declined the role.

Was June Lockhart ever married?

John C. Lindsaym. 1959–1970
John Maloneym. 1951–1959
June Lockhart/Spouse

Who were June Lockhart’s parents?

Gene Lockhart
Kathleen Lockhart
June Lockhart/Parents

Was June Lockhart in the original Christmas carol?

The Cratchit family celebrates Christmas with the quite changed Ebenezer Scrooge in the 1938 production of “A Christmas Carol.” At left, Belinda Cratchit, played by June Lockhart, smiles at Scrooge, portrayed by Reginald Owen.

Is Timmy on Lassie still alive?

Tommy Rettig, the first boy to play Lassie’s master on television, was found dead in his home in Marina del Rey on Thursday. He was 54.

How did Timmy and Lassie end?

The Martins foster Timmy, and Jeff leaves Lassie on the farm with Timmy when he moves to the city, knowing the dog could never adjust to life in a busy city. Leachman and Shepodd would finish the fourth season and then be dropped. Their characters would be played thereafter by Hugh Reilly and June Lockhart.