Actresses of the 50s and 60s

Archive for the ‘1952’ Category

Angela Cartwright

In 1952, British on February 16, 2017 at 11:12 am

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Angela Cartwright: British born (1952) actress in American television and films: Penny Robinson in Lost In Space (TV 1965 – 68)

Lalla Ward

In 1952, British on February 1, 2017 at 11:55 am

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Lalla Ward: born Sarah Ward 1951, daughter of Lord Bangor (Edward Ward) and his writer wife, Marjorie Banks; movie debut in Vampire Circus (1971), on screen until 1987, including three years on Dr Who (UK TV 1979 – 1981).

Sylvia Kristel and Beau Bridges

In 1952, Dutch on February 1, 2017 at 11:26 am

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American actor Beau Bridges and Dutch actress Sylvia Kristel star in the film “Behind the Iron Mask”, being produced in Vienna, Austria, Nov. 18, 1976.

Sylvia Kristel (1952 – 2012)

In 1952, Dutch on February 1, 2017 at 11:24 am

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Sylvia Kristel, actor, born 28 September 1952; died 18 October 2012. “There can be few film actors so closely associated with one role as was Sylvia Kristel, who has died of cancer aged 60. The title role of the sexually adventurous housewife in “Emmanuelle” (1974) became a reference for every part she played subsequently. This was not surprising, as the Dutch star did play a character called Emmanuelle, with few variations, many times over. … After a convent school education, Kristel became a photographic model, with a lack of inhibition that landed her role in “Emmanuelle” – soon followed by “Emmanuelle 2” (1975) … As Maria Theresa, Kristel led a cast that included Ursula Andress, Cornel Wilde, Beau Bridges, Rex Harrison and Olivia de Havilland in “The Fifth Musketeer” (1979). It was among the few mainstream movies that Kristel made, another being “The Concorde… Airport ’79” (1979) in which she is a flight attendant who says to the captain (George Kennedy): “You pilots are such… men,” only to receive the reply: “They don’t call it the cockpit for nothing, honey.” … A heavy smoker from the age of 11, she was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2001, and then lung cancer.The Guardian.

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Susan Dey

In 1952, American on February 1, 2017 at 11:06 am

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Susan Dey: model and actress, Laurie in The Partridge Family (TV 1970 – 74).

Jenny Agutter

In 1952, British on January 31, 2017 at 9:56 pm

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Jenny Agutter (born 1952): prolific British actress, began at acting professionally age 12, most famous for sc-fi classic “Logan’s Run” (1976).

Susan Dey in bed

In 1952, American on January 23, 2017 at 11:32 am

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Susan Dey: model and actress, Laurie in The Partridge Family (TV 1970 – 74).

Ann Dusenberry in ‘Heart Beat’ 1980

In 1952, American on January 22, 2017 at 12:31 pm

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Ann Dusenberry: born 13 September 1952; first credit: “White Line Fever” 1975 – barmaid; “Jaws II” 1978 – Tina; “Heart Beat” 1980 – Stevie; final credit: “Play Nice” 1992 – “A serial killer is on the loose, and a cop must track him (or her) down.

Ann Dusenberry and Nick Nolte

In 1952, American on January 22, 2017 at 12:29 pm

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Ann Dusenberry: born 13 September 1952; first credit: “White Line Fever” 1975 – barmaid; “Jaws II” 1978 – Tina; “Heart Beat” (with Nick Nolte) 1980 – Stevie; final credit: “Play Nice” 1992 – “A serial killer is on the loose, and a cop must track him (or her) down.

Ann Dusenberry autograph

In 1952, American on January 22, 2017 at 12:28 pm

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Ann Dusenberry: born 13 September 1952; first credit: “White Line Fever” 1975 – barmaid; “Jaws II” 1978 – Tina; “Heart Beat” 1980 – Stevie; final credit: “Play Nice” 1992 – “A serial killer is on the loose, and a cop must track him (or her) down.