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Roberta Haynes (Roberta Arline Schack) is an actress, active from 1949 to 1989. She was born August 19, 1929, in Wichita Falls, Texas, to William and Jewel Schack. She was raised in Toronto and then California.
She played significant roles in the 1953 films Return to Paradise High Noon, and Gun Fury and in 1957's Hell Ship Mutiny. During the filming of High Noon, Haynes alleges she was "chased around the office" by the producer, Jerry Wald.
Eye injuries from explosions and gunfire during the making of a Western film kept Haynes out of acting for eight years. Two operations restored her sight after "She lost virtually all of her vision and faced the prospect of permanent blindness".
Haynes guest-starred in such television series as M Squad, One Step Beyond, United States Steel Hour, Richard Diamond, Private Detective, The Rebel, Lawman, Hawaiian Eye, The F.B.I., Falcon Crest and Knots Landing.
She was married to Jay Cantor, her agent.
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