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- Linda Deane
She was a movie star in the late 40's and 50's, and a TV star (The Thin Man) in the 50's, 60's. A beautiful brunette, and one of my favorites! She was in The Wax Museum with Vincent Price and that is the role she will be remembered by. I can't believe there is no information on her. She was a model before being the the movies and on TV...on the cover of Life Magazine in 1952, I believe. Please get some information on this lovely lady!!!
PHYLLIS KIRK, A STAR NOT TO BE FORGOTTEN
- Ai Ziv
As a devout fan of Phyllis Kirk I find it unforgivable that tcm excluded her from the tcm remembers tributes airing this month. That tcm left out Kirk(and included Tamara Dobson,a forgettable actress who doesn't have a single film that's in the vast, tcm library)is absolutely sacrilegious ,to say the least. Therefore,tcm, honor Miss Kirk by putting her in the tribute. She deserves it and fans like me demand it! Don't leave out one of hollywood's most beautiful and talented stars!
overlooked 50's beauty
- guy beaucage
I have tried to see all of Phyllis Kirk's movies and have always thought she was one of the screens overlooked beauties! I think she acted as well as most any other woman of her time and better than most. She had that ability to look onto the camera and make you fall in love with just a smile. Most people will remember her as the "babe in dire staights" in the classic "House of Wax" with Vincent Price. Those of you old enough may also remember her as Nora Charles in the tv version of "The Thin Man" from the 50's.
Phyllis Kirk tribute
Been wanting to see Two Weeks with Love because if features, in addition to faves Debbie and Jane, the charming Miss Phyllis Kirk.