Barbara Brylska (born 5 June 1941): Polish-born Eastern Bloc movie star of the communist era, on screen 1963 – 2009.
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Lori Saunders (born Linda Marie Hines 1941) credited as Linda Saunders in ‘Mara of the Wilderness’ (1965) with Adam West and Theo Marcuse. “A forest ranger (Adam West) protects a girl (Linda Saunders) raised by wolves from a man (Theo Marcuse) who wants to sell her to a freak show.”
Lori Saunders (born Linda Marie Hines 1941) played played Bobbie Jo Bradley for 148 episodes on Petticoat Junction (TV 1965 – 70).
Lori Saunders (aka Linda Saunders): born Linda Marie Hines, 4 October 1941, Kansas City Missouri. First credit: The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet (TV 1960 – as Linda Hines). Selected credits: The Girls on the Beach (1965 – as Linda Saunders), Petticoat Junction (TV 1965 – 70) played Bobbie Jo Bradley – 148 episodes; Final credit: Captive (1980).
Andrea Dromm:born 18 February 1941, Long Island, New York, USA. Model-turned-actress: The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming! (1966), Star Trek (TV Series 1966) ‘Where No Man Has Gone Before’, Come Spy with Me (1967). Before her brief movie career, Dromm played a stewardess in National Airlines TV commercials, delivering one-liners such as: “Is this any way to run an airline? You bet it is.” YouTube. After her brief movie career, she returned to modeling and was the Clairol “Summer Blonde” girl.