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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Slither (1973)
An ex-con and his misfit team search the underbelly of American life for a cache of embezzled loot.
2.
Bonnie's Kids (1972) as Miss Meadows
Sisters Myra and Ellie have finally had enough of their miserable, dead-end lives. When their step-father Charley (The Bonnie from the title being long dead) tried to rape Myra, Ellie ventilates him with a shotgun, and the pair run off to their wealthy uncle's mansion in El Paso. From that point on, the two undergo a transformation in their personalities, and start to enjoy living their lives on the wild side.
3.
The Broken Land (1962) as Marva Aikens
5.
Blood Arrow (1958) as Lennie
6.
Unwed Mother (1958) as Mousie
7.
High School Confidential! (1958) as Gloria
A young police officer returns to high school undercover to investigate the drug trade.
8.
Reform School Girl (1957) as Mona
For refusing to squeal on her delinquent boyfriend, a teen girl is thrown into reform school where she ends up meeting his ex-girlfriend and the jealous tempers fly.
9.
The Night Runner (1957) as Waitress
Because of overcrowding at his mental hospital, a schizophrenic is released as an outpatient and told to stay away from emotional situations. He finds a room in a motel near the beach, but when he falls for the daughter of the motel's owner, the father confronts him with his past. This triggers th
10.
The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) as Nurse
When he mysteriously starts shrinking, a man finds a new world of danger in everyday creatures.
11.
The Amazing Colossal Man (1957) as Typist
Lt. Col. Glenn Manning is inadvertently exposed to a plutonium bomb blast at Camp Desert Rock. Though burned over 90% of his body, he survives, and begins to grow in size. As he grows, his heart and circulatory system fail to keep pace with his growth, and he is gradually losing his mind as a result of reduced blood supply to his brain. He reaches 50 feet tall before his growth is stopped. By this time he has become insane. He escapes and wreaks havoc upon Las Vegas before he is finally stopped.
12.
The Cruel Tower (1956) as Kit
13.
Girls in Prison (1956) as Meg
Protesting innocence (of course), 21-year-old Anne Carson, convicted as an accomplice to a bank robbery, finds herself in prison with 3 equally glamorous cellmates in form-fitting uniforms: tough Jenny, unbalanced Dorothy, and deceptive, sweet-talking Melanee who (it's implied) makes unwanted lesbian advances toward Anne. The prison chaplain takes an interest in her case...or is it in her? As Anne meets the darker side of prison life, she learns that her greatest danger is the existence, somewhere out there, of unrecovered bank loot everyone thinks she hid.
14.
Illegal (1955) as Dorothy, secretary
A DA falls apart when his machinations send an innocent man to the chair.
15.
Hollywood Thrillmakers (1954) as Marion Russell
Movie stuntman Bill Cummings (James Macklin) is hurt while on location, and local boy Dave Wilson (Bill Henry) takes his place. "Risky" Russell (James Gleason), ex-stuntman turned agent, is mightly impressed and takes Dave to Hollywood, where Dave becomes the second coming of Dave Sharpe or Richard Talmadge, and also marries Russell's daughter, Marion (Thelia Darin.) After being injured, Dave promises to give up stunting. Later, he encourages Cummings to take a risky but good-paying gig and Cummings is killed. The show must go on, so Dave does the stunt.
16.
The Affairs of Dobie Gillis (1953) as Student
A lovesick teenager searches for romance at college.

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