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Yvonne De Carlo

Yvonne De Carlo

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  • Yvonne De Carlo

    • Medley
    • 2009-07-09

    I agree with the comment that Ms De Carlo being a very good actress. Why are there more movies on TCM. Has anyone had the opportunity to see Band of Angels? What an excellent movie! Did anyone else love it, or NOT!?

  • YVONNE DE CARLO----BEAUTY AND ACTING ABILITY

    • VINCENT
    • 2008-10-03

    WHY DO WE NOT SEE THE FILMS OF YVONNE DE CARLO ON TCM---THIS WAS A VERY GOOD ACTRESS WHO TOOK ON SOME VERY GOOD ROLES. WHEN GIVEN A GOOD PART AND A GOOD DIRECTOR, SHE CAME ACROSS WITH A FINE PERFORMANCE. HOW ABOUT A DAY WITH YVONNE DE CARLO AT TCM.

  • underated

    • ric
    • 2007-03-01

    excellent actress. Highly underated

  • A great lady - a great lesson for us all.

    • Michael
    • 2007-01-11

    The world mourns the loss of a ray of beauty, a ray of humor, and the testimonial that hard work & determination DO pay off.

  • An Icon of American TV and Movie "Star"

    • Craig
    • 2007-01-11

    Although having done 83 movies. She'll always be best remembered for being Lili Munster. She was also a marksman , great actress and a REAL Talent in entertanment.

  • Passing of a beautiful star.

    • Todd
    • 2007-01-10

    Today the world learned of the passing of Yvonne De Carlo on Jan. 7th in Hollywood, California. Perhaps best remembered for her portrayal of Lily Munster in the sixties camp comedy TV classic "The Munsters", Canadian born De Carlo had been a stalwart performer in films since the forties. Indeed, her star making vehicle, "Salome, Where She Danced" in 1945, remains a cult classic. She followed this early success with a series of B-westerns and adventure pics, mostly for Universal Pictures. Despite, their B status, De Carlo always lent gusto to her roles and no actress was more beautiful when photographed in Technicolor. Occasionally, De Carlo was given better roles in superior pictures such as "Criss Cross" with Burt Lancaster, "Captain's Paradise" with Alec Guinness and Celia Johnson, "Death of a Scoundrel" with George Sanders, "The Ten Commandements" with Charlton Heston and "Band of Angels" with Clark Gable. She was a wonderful actress who gave many of us hours of enjoyment on the screen. Rest well.

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