Actresses of the 50s and 60s

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Meredith MacRae (1944 – 2000)

In 1944, American on January 13, 2017 at 10:51 am

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Meredith MacRae (30 May 1944 – 14 July 2000). Beach Party (7-Aug-1963), Bikini Beach (22-Jul-1964). More on Beach Party Movies WordPress and Tumblr.

Soad Hosny (1944 – 2001)

In 1944, Egyptian on January 12, 2017 at 1:23 pm

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Soad Hosny: Egyptian actress born 1944, on screen 1959 – 1991, committed suicide by jumping from a window in London in 2001.

Susan Denberg (1944 – 1967)

In 1944, Austrian on January 12, 2017 at 1:05 pm

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Susan Denberg and Peter Cushing in “Frankenstein Created Woman” (1967). Susan Denberg: born Dietlinde Ortrun Zechner in 1944 in Poland of NAZI-Austrian parents, raised in Austria. Playboy Playmate August 1966. In 1967 she appeared again in January’s Playmate Review and the April issue’s Playmate Playoff. Her acting career was brief. Over the years, rumors have abounded that Susan died of a drug overdose in 1967. She had mental health problems due to an addiction to LSD. “I took drugs and tranquilizers so as not to eat too much… I became hooked on LSD and marijuana… It calmed me down, and I made such wonderful love… I needed LSD every day, almost every hour…” In June 1974 shortly before her stage act in Geneva, she tried again to commit suicide by swallowing 200 sleeping pills but was found in time.

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Angela Dorian

In 1944, American on January 12, 2017 at 12:21 pm

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Victoria Vetri (born 1944): appeared in Playboy in 1967 as Angela Dorian, appeared in “When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth” (1970) as Victoria Vetri, sentenced to nine years in prison for shooting her husband (as Victoria Rathgeb).

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Lynn Loring

In 1944, American on January 8, 2017 at 12:06 pm

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Lynn Loring: born 14 July 1944, New York USA. On screen from ‘The Web’ (TV 1951) to ‘The Kansas City Massacre’ (1975) including ‘Splendor in the Grass’ (1961).

Joey Heatherton magazine cover

In 1944, American on January 8, 2017 at 3:46 am

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Joey Heatherton: born Davenie Johanna Heatherton 1944, on television from 1960 at age 16, film debut in The Charge is Murder (1963) with Richard Chamberlain, last seen in John Waters’ Cry Baby (1990).

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Lynn Loring – the girl next door 1962

In 1944, American on January 7, 2017 at 12:56 am

Lynn Loring: born 14 July 1944, New York USA. On screen from ‘The Web’ (TV 1951) to ‘The Kansas City Massacre’ (1975) including ‘Splendor in the Grass’ (1961).

Sandra Dee in ‘Tammy and The Doctor’

In 1944, American on January 4, 2017 at 10:29 am

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Sandra Dee in Tammy And The Doctor (1963).

NY Times review: TAMMY TYREE, the blonde flower of the moss-covered bayous around Vicksburg, who has been exposed to the color cameras twice before in all her teen-age loveliness, is her own sweet and wholly improbable self again in “Tammy and the Doctor.” Even though she is a nurse’s aide in a Los Angeles hospital this time, Tammy’s inspection of life and love is the same.

Tammy, as portrayed once again by Sandra Dee, is youthful, cute and photogenic, if not an exceptionally complex creature. … Miss Dee, as Tammy, manages in wide-eyed, naive fervor to fix almost everything. Stanley Clements, as an uncomprehending ambulance driver flatly explains, “She’s a kook.” He exaggerates. A pretty, sweet little bore would be closer to the mark.

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Sandra Dee in ‘Tammy Tell Me True’

In 1944, American on January 4, 2017 at 10:22 am

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Sandra Dee in Tammy Tell Me True (1961).

NY Times: JUDGING by the success of “Tammy,” a while back, and the new sequel, “Tammy Tell Me True,” there must be a place in this jaded world for a plucky little back-woods girl with a pet goat and a homespun wisdom that soothes the most despairing grownups.

The new Universal-International romantic comedy, which opened yesterday at the Palace is an unstrained sequel to the Debbie Reynolds original. It is exactly what might be expected—a wholesome, sentimental and utterly harmless little family comedy in good color. Now played by Sandra Dee, Tammy hasn’t hardly — noticeably, rather—changed a bit.

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Venita Wolf in a pool in a bikini

In 1944, American on January 2, 2017 at 1:59 am

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StarTrek.com is saddened to report the passing of Venita Wolf, who died on November 22, 2014 at the age of 70, according to her daughter, Amy Taylor, who only last week publicly announced the news of her mother’s death. Taylor told StarTrek.com that Wolf died peacefully at her home in the Hollywood Hills after a valiant battle with multiple myeloma and dialysis for 13 years. Wolf played Yeoman Teresa Ross, who caught the eye of Trelane in the Star Trek: The Original Series episode “The Squire of Gothos.” Her TOS hour was one of only a handful of film and television credits for the model-turned-actress. Her other credits included Gunsmoke, The Monkees, The Flying Nun, The Wild Wild West and The Beverly Hillbillies, as well as the film Catalina Caper.  See more at StarTrek.com.