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Also Known As: Died: August 10, 1973
Born: December 22, 1927 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Appalachia, Virginia, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Seven Hills of Rome (1958) as Carol Ralston
A television star finds love while trying to get away from it all in Rome.
Beginning of the End (1957) as Audrey Aimes
A reporter attempts to thwart the attack of giant radioactive grasshoppers.
Hell's Crossroads (1957) as Paula Collins
The Counterfeit Plan (1957) as Carol [Bernard]
Back from the Dead (1957) as Miranda "Mandy" Anthony
The Oklahoma Woman (1956) as Marie "Oklahoma" Saunders
After six years in jail Steve returns to claim a ranch left him in a will. The town is in the middle of a rough election masterminded by saloon owner Marie. Steve is soon on the side of the opposition candidate and his pretty daughter. The town's tough sheriff is on no-one's side, least of all Steve's.
Miracle in the Rain (1956) as Millie Kranz
When a lonely woman''''s wartime lover dies, her loneliness threatens her life.
Quincannon, Frontier Scout (1956) as Maylene Mason
A young woman hires a frontier scout to help her discover if her brother died in an Indian attack.
Target Zero (1955) as Ann Galloway
International soldiers fight to ignore their differences while holding a hill during the Korean War.
Finger Man (1955) as Gladys Baker
Treasury agents, desperate to get evidence on syndicate kingpin Dutch Becker, give ex-con hood Casey Martin a in prison or courting sudden death as a government 'finger man.' Finding that his sister is now a drug addict thanks to Becker, Martin agrees to go undercover. Becker's chief aide proves to be sadistic Lou Terpe, Martin's former cellmate whom he can't stand the sight of. And the danger hanging over Martin expands to threaten those around him...
Tall Man Riding (1955) as Reva
A man returns to wreak vengeance against a cattle baron and claim the land that is rightfully his.
Two-Gun Lady (1955) as Kate Masters, also known as Karen Marshall
Karen Marshall arrives in the town controlled by Jud Ivers posing as Kate Masters. Her traveling companion taught her to shoot and she puts on her sharpshooting act at the saloon. But her main objective in returning is to find and kill the man that murdered her mother when she was a girl. That man is Ivers' son and when her true identity becomes known she is ready to face him in a gunfight.
The Long Wait (1954) as Venus
Hitchhiker Johnny McBride is badly hurt and loses his memory when the car he is riding in crashes. Two years later, a clue leads him to his old home town, where he finds he is a murder suspect. Johnny tries to discover the truth about the murder, while pursued by gangsters and several seductive women.
Overland Pacific (1954) as Ann Dennison
Jock Mahoney, Peggie Castle, Adele Jergens, William Bishop, Chubby Johnson. Undercover agent Rose Granger is sent to the western village of Oaktown to investigate the delay in a railroad installation. Director Fred F. Sears and star Jock Mahoney previously worked together as actors in Charles Starrett''s "Durango Kid" series.
Jesse James' Women (1954) as Waco Gans
A couple of southern theatre exhibitors decided they could make a western (or, in this case, a Southeastern) just as bad as the worse of those coming from Hollywood and proceeded to prove they could be not only as bad, they could be much worse. They ensured their success at obtaining this goal by hiring Don Barry as the director. Barry was the best choice, as only the egotisical-and-sad Barry could direct (or believe) a film in which he starred as a lady-killer whose charms women could not resist.(The Susan Hayward real-life swimming-pool incident not withstanding.) Jesse James (Don Barry), leaves Missouri for Mississippi, and immediately charms all the women in the cast out of their bloomers and garters, even though three of them towered over him. His first conquest is the banker's daughter who helps him loot the bank in exchange for a promise of marriage; he wanders over to the saloon and runs the crooked partner of the proprietress out of town, takes all of his-and-her money and leaves her, between kisses, hounding him for her share; the third one, the saloon singer, actually makes a mark out of him as she cons him into a boxing match against a professional fighter and he loses the fight and his money, but he holds the singer and the fighter up as they leave town and gets his money back; and then he romances and swindles Cattle Kate, a replay of what he had done somewhere before to Kate and the "gotcha-again" Kate even ends up behind bars. But no film that contains a cat-fight between Peggie Castle and Lita Baron can be called a complete waste of time.
The Yellow Tomahawk (1954) as Katherine [Bohlen]
A western guide tries to stop an Indian attack on settlers.
The White Orchid (1954) as Kathryn Williams
99 River Street (1953) as Pauline Driscoll
A taxi driver gets mixed up with jewel thieves.
I, the Jury (1953) as Charlotte Manning
It's nearly Christmas, but Mike Hammer is on the vengeance trail when Jack, his wartime buddy, is murdered. Hotheaded Hammer sets out to find the killer, working his way through an increasingly large pile of suspects (and corpses). Along the way, he meets a new love interest, psychologist Charlotte Manning, a treacherous Santa, a gangster named Kalecki, and two weird sisters, the Bellamy twins.
Son of Belle Starr (1953) as Julie Wren
(Wes ''53). Keith Larsen, Dona Drake, Peggie Castle, Regis Toomey, James Seay, Frank Puglia. Forced into a life of crime by his mother''s notorious reputation, The Kid (Keith Larsen) decides to go straight and put a corrupt sheriff behind bars. The real-life Belle Starr actually did have a son, Ed Reed, who was suspected of shooting his mother in the back.
Cow Country (1953) as Melba Sykes
A hired hand gets caught between a noble rancher and ruthless land grabbers.
Invasion U.S.A. (1952) as Carla Sanford
Five people are sitting in a New York bar with a mysterious Mr. Ohman, when they hear the news that the godless Communists are invading the good ol' U.S. of A. The five rush off to various sections of the country to do their part to stop the invasion, when an A-bomb crashes down upon Manhattan.
Wagons West (1952) as Ann Wilkins
Rod Cameron, Noah Berry, Jr., Peggie Castle, Michael Chapin, Henry Brandon, Sara Haden, Frank Ferguson, Glenn Strange. While leading a wagon train to California, the wagonmaster discovers that three of his party are actually gunrunners who are selling arms to the Cheyennes.
Harem Girl (1952) as Princess Shareen
A wisecracking secretary saves the ruler of an Arab nation from foreign invaders.
Payment on Demand (1951) as Diana [Ramsey]
A bitter divorcee thinks back on the mistakes that destroyed her marriage.
The Prince Who Was a Thief (1951) as Princess Yasmin
The Golden Horde (1951) as Lailee
In 1220, a small band of English crusaders arrives at Samarkand in Central Asia, just as the city and its ruling princess are threatened by the hordes of Genghis Khan. Lovely Princess Shalimar hopes to thwart the conqueror by guile, while Sir Guy wants to put up a brave (if ultimately hopeless) fight. Despite a mutual attraction, their conflicting projects threaten any hope of success either might have had alone. Fast-moving; bears little relation to history.
Air Cadet (1951) as Pat
A new group of plebes (including roommates Joe, Russ, Jerry and Walt) arrive at an Air Force training camp and go through the usual "course of sprouts." Then on to jet training, where cadet Russ Coulter meets lovely Janet...who just happens to be the estranged wife of Major Page. Will a potential romantic triangle prevent Russ from qualifying as a fighter pilot? Or does the two men's rivalry run even deeper?
Buccaneer's Girl (1950) as Cleo
Robin Hood-like pirate Baptiste takes only the ships of rich but wicked trader Narbonne. Fun loving Debbie, a passenger from his latest prize, stows away on the pirate ship and falls for the pirate; later, having become a New Orleans entertainer, she meets his alter ego, who's engaged to the governor's daughter. Sea battles and land rescues follow in lighthearted style.
Mr. Belvedere Goes to College (1949) as Jean Auchincloss
A middle-aged genius goes to college for the first time.
When a Girl's Beautiful (1947) as Koko Glayde
An advertising man has to come with "the perfect woman" for an ad campaign. He puts together a picture of a woman from a composite of several photos, to get an idea of the kind of woman he should look for. His boss sees it, thinks that it is an actual woman, and orders him to find her and use her in the campaign.

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