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Carole Wells was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Wells started off her career in film with roles in the Richard Boone western "A Thunder of Drums" (1961) and the James Darren action movie "The Lively Set" (1964). Wells made film her next project, appearing in the John Ireland horror film "The House of Seven Corpses" (1974) and the Barbra Streisand drama "Funny Lady" (1975). Later in her career, Wells acted in the comedy "The Cheap Detective" (1978) with Peter Falk.

Carole Wells was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Wells started off her career in film with roles in the Richard Boone western "A Thunder of Drums" (1961) and the James Darren action movie "The Lively Set" (1964). Wells made film her next project, appearing in the John Ireland horror film "The House of Seven Corpses" (1974) and the Barbra Streisand drama "Funny Lady" (1975). Later in her career, Wells acted in the comedy "The Cheap Detective" (1978) with Peter Falk.

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 Funny Lady (1975) Norma Butler
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 The Lively Set (1964) Mona
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 Come Blow Your Horn (1963) Eunice
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 A Thunder of Drums (1961) Camden Yates
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 Time For Elizabeth (1964) Amie
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