Appeared in ABC's popular miniseries "Rich Man, Poor Man"
Undressed in an armchair for Raoul Walsh's "Battle Cry"
Joined Warner Bros. and changed billing to Dorothy Malone
Was again cast as Stack's wife in the engrossing drama of a luxury ship going down at sea, "The Last Voyage"
Worked on TV during its "Golden Era", acting in episodes of "Revlon Mirror Theater" and "The General Electric Theater" (both CBS)
Appeared in the film "Winter Kills"
Had a regular role as an aerialist on the ABC series "The Greatest Show on Earth"
Had her first impact as a brunette nymphomaniac who lets down her hair and entertains Humphrey Bogart one thundery afternoon in "The Big Sleep"
Played one of three sisters (with Doris Day and Elizabeth Fraser) in "Young at Heart", starring Frank Sinatra
Made her third movie with Rock Hudson, Robert Aldrich's "The Last Sunset"
Won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar as Robert Stack's nymphomaniac sister in "Written on the Wind", directed by Douglas Sirk; also first film with Rock Hudson
Made her final screen appearance as Hazel Dobkins in "Basic Instinct"
Again played Constance Mackenzie in NBC movie "Peyton Place: The Next Generation"
Portrayed Lon Chaney's lackadaisical first wife in "Man of a Thousand Faces", starring James Cagney
Reprised Constance Mackenzie role for NBC movie "Murder in Peyton Place"
Had top billing as Constance Mackenzie in ABC primetime soap opera "Peyton Place"
At age 18, she was spotted by a talent agent while performing in a college play at Southern Methodist University, which led to a contract with RKO
Made her feature debut as Dorothy Maloney in "Falcon and the Co-Eds"
Reunited with director Douglas Sirk and co-stars Rock Hudson and Robert Stack for "The Tarnished Angels"; portrayed Stack's promiscuous parachutist wife
Appeared in her first film with RKO, "Gildersleeve on Broadway"
Appeared in Roger Corman's first film "The Fast and the Furious"