Signed to Warner Bros. in 1947, Penny Edwards can be seen cycling around the Burbank studio on the trusty Scenic Dept. No. 1 bike. Edwards, originally from Jackson Heights, Queens, danced on Broadway in The Ziegfeld Follies of 1943, then headed west, worked at Warners, took a break to tour the country in vaudeville shows, then returned to Hollywood where she moved over to Republic Pictures, co-starring in a bunch of westerns (including a couple with Roy Rogers, where she subbed for a pregnant Dale Evans). Edwards appeared in a number of TV series in the ’50s and ’60s, including Bonanza, Wagon Train, Alfred Hitchcock Presents and Perry Mason.