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Mylène Demongeot

In 1935, French on January 18, 2017 at 8:18 am

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Mylène Demongeot: French actress born 1935 as Marie-Hélène, David Niven’s mistress in Bonjour Tristesse (1959), Andromeda in The Giant of Marathon (1959) and Hélène in the Fantômas film trilogy (1964, 65 and 67).

Irène Tunc (1935 – 1972)

In 1935, French on January 12, 2017 at 1:13 pm

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Irène Tunc: born 1935, Miss France 1954, died in a car accident in 1972.

Carole Lesley (1935 – 1974)

In 1935, British on January 12, 2017 at 12:43 pm

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Carole Lesley: UK blonde bombshell born Maureen Rippingale, 27 May 1935; died 28 February 1974 from a drug overdose.

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Elsa Martinelli

In 1935, Italian on January 11, 2017 at 9:38 pm

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Elsa Martinelli (born 30 January 1935): played the title role and sang the title song (“No Time for Love”) in the spaghetti western “The Belle Star Story” (1968), previous roles include a sensual native in “The Indian Fighter” (1956), a lesbian vampiress in “Blood and Roses” (1960) a wildlife photographer in “Hatari!” (1962), a big-game shooter in “Rampage” (1963)  and an assassin in “The 10th Victim” (1965).

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Elga Anderson

In 1935, German on January 11, 2017 at 9:37 pm

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Elga Andersen (born Germany 1935): european actress, starred alongside Steve McQueen in Le Mans (1971).

Mylène Demongeot magazine cover

In 1935, French on January 8, 2017 at 3:18 am

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Mylène Demongeot: French actress born 1935 as Marie-Hélène, David Niven’s mistress in Bonjour Tristesse (1959), Andromeda in The Giant of Marathon (1959) and Hélène in the Fantômas film trilogy (1964, 65 and 67).

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Bibi Andersson

In 1935, Swedish, Uncategorized on January 7, 2017 at 3:11 am

Bibi Andersson: Swedish actress born 1935, on screen 1954 – 2010. A muse of Ingmar Bergman, she came to Hollywood to star as a psychiatrist in ‘I Never Promised You a Rose Garden’ (1977).

Lee Remick autograph

In 1935, American on January 2, 2017 at 11:44 am

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Lee Remick; Actress’ Long Career Spanned TV Dramas, Stage, Film. July 03, 1991|BURT A. FOLKART | Los Angeles Times Staff Writer. Lee Remick, the alluring actress who gained fame as the haunting alcoholic in “The Days of Wine and Roses,” died Tuesday at her Brentwood home of cancer. The versatile performer–known for her talent in blending the innocence of youth and the sensuality of womanhood–was 55. … The actress appeared in 28 motion pictures, including “A Face in the Crowd,” “The Long Hot Summer,” “Experiment in Terror,” “Wild River,” “Sanctuary,” “The Wheeler Dealers,” “Travelin’ Lady,” “Anatomy of a Murder,” “Tribute” and “The Omen.

Elsa Martinelli as Belle Star

In 1935, Italian on July 3, 2016 at 12:40 am

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Elsa Martinelli (born 30 January 1935): played the title role and sang the title song (“No Time for Love”) in the spaghetti western “The Belle Star Story” (1968), previous roles include a sensual native in “The Indian Fighter” (1956), a lesbian vampiress in “Blood and Roses” (1960) a wildlife photographer in “Hatari!” (1962), a big-game shooter in “Rampage” (1963)  and an assassin in “The 10th Victim” (1965).

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Anna Maria Ferrero

In 1935, Italian on June 25, 2016 at 4:29 am

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Published: March 14, 1953. A creaking Italian-made romantic drama titled “The Count of St. Elmo,” yesterday’s arrival at the Cinema Verdi, is so antiquated, both in content and format, as to suggest the assembly-line operettas that thrived on the advent of talkies. As the frail triumphant heroine, Anna Maria Ferrero (born 1934)  is quite convincing. But all the brave, joined hands and picturesque backdrops cannot disguise the familiar tedium of “The Count of St. Elmo,” an old-fashioned movie served the old-fashioned way. NY Times.

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