Mamie Van Doren

Mamie Van Doren (born February 6, 1931) is a American actress and sex symbol.

Mamie Van Doren

She was born Joan Lucille Olander in Rowena, South Dakota, the daughter of Warner Carl Olander (March 30, 1908-June 4, 1992) and Lucille Harriet Bennett (January 21, 1912-August 27, 1995).

She is of Swedish ancestry. Her mother named her after Joan Crawford. In 1939, the family moved to Sioux City, Iowa. In May 1942, they moved to Los Angeles.

In early 1946, Joan went to work as an usherette at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. The following year she had a bit part on an early television show. She also sang with Ted Fio Rito's band and entered beauty contests. In the summer of 1949, at age sixteen, she won the titles "Miss Eight Ball" and "Miss Palm Springs."

While doing the Miss Palm Springs contest, she was discovered by Howard Hughes. She lunched with him and he gave her a bit part in Jet Pilot at RKO, which was her motion picture debut. Her line of dialogue consisted of one word, "Look!" Though production of the movie was in 1949 and 1950, it was not released until 1957. The following year, 1951, she posed for famous pin-up girl artist Alberto Vargas, the painter of the glamorous "Varga Girls." His painting of Van Doren was on the July cover of Esquire.

She was briefly married at seventeen, when she and first husband, Jack Newman, eloped to Santa Barbara. But it turned out that he was abusive, so she quickly got out of the marriage.

She did a few more bit parts in movies at RKO, including His Kind of Woman (1951) starring Robert Mitchum, Jane Russell and Vincent Price. About her appearance in that one, Van Doren has said, "If you blinked you would miss me. I look barely old enough to drive."

She then began working on the stage. She was a showgirl in New York in Monte Proser's nightclub version of Billion Dollar Baby. Songwriter Jimmy McHugh discovered her for his musicals, then decided she was too good for the chorus line and should have dramatic training. She studied with Ben Bard and Bliss-Hayden. While appearing in the role of Marie in a showcase production of Come Back, Little Sheba, she was seen by Phil Benjamin, a casting director at Universal International.

On January 20, 1953, she signed a contract with Universal. The studio had big plans for her, hoping she would bring the success that 20th Century Fox had with Marilyn Monroe, the reigning sex symbol of the era. It has been said that because the day she was signed was also the day President Eisenhower was inaugurated, the studio decided to give her the name Mamie for Ike's wife, Mamie Eisenhower, and Van Doren because it sounds Dutch.

Her first movie for Universal was Forbidden (1953), playing a singer. She then made The All American (1953), playing Susie Ward, a girl from the other side of the tracks who is the man-trap at a campus beer joint. In Yankee Pasha (1954) starring Tony Curtis and Rhonda Fleming, she played a slave girl, Lilith.

Van Doren starred as the "bad girl" archetype in several teenage cult movies of the 1950s. She also appeared in some of the first movies to feature Rock & Roll music. She became identified with this rebellious style, and made some Rock records.

While she and the other blonde bombshells did not attain the same level of superstar status as Monroe, Van Doren did become one of the leading sex symbols of the day. Marilyn, Mamie and Jayne Mansfield were known as the "Three M's," and Van Doren achieved legendary status as being the sole survivor.

But while Monroe did Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Mansfield had a big success with Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, a part that was originally written for Van Doren, who turned it down, Universal stuck Van Doren with Francis the talking mule in Francis Joins the WACS.

Van Doren has had five husbands, sportswear manufacturer Jack Newman (married 1950-divorced 1950), bandleader, composer and actor Ray Anthony (married 1955-divorced 1961), baseball player Lee Meyers (married 1966-divorced 1967), businessman Ross McClintock (married 1972-divorced 1973) and actor Thomas Dixon (married 1979-present).

She and Anthony had one son, Perry Ray Anthony (born March 18, 1956).

Her on-again off-again engagement to baseball player Bo Belinsky broke off for good in 1964. In her tell-all autobiography, she acknowledged numerous affairs, including ones with Clark Gable and Joe Namath.

Some of her more noteworthy movies include Teacher's Pet (1958) at Paramount, Born Reckless (1958) at Warner Bros., and High School Confidential! (1958) at MGM.

But many of the productions she starred in were low-budget B-movies. They are largely unknown to later generations, though some have gained a following for their high camp value. Besides the casting decisions at Universal, a problem with her career was poor management.

In 1959, Universal chose not to exercise the option in her contract. Van Doren was now a free agent and had to struggle to find work. Some of her later movies were foreign and independent productions, such as The Blonde from Buenos Aires (1961), The Candidate (1964), The Navy vs the Night Monsters (1966) and Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1968), which was directed by Peter Bogdanovich, who used another name, fearing the movie would ruin his reputation.

In 1963, she posed twice for Playboy to promote her movie Three Nuts In Search of a Bolt (1964).

In 1964, Van Doren was at the Whisky A Go-Go on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood when The Beatles were at the club, and a drunk George Harrison accidentally threw his drink on her when he was really trying to throw it on some bothersome journalists

She also developed a nightclub act and did a lot of theatre work. She performed in stage productions of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Dames at Sea at the Drury Lane Theatre, Chicago, and did shows such as Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter and The Tender Trap at the Arlington Park Theatre.

During the Vietnam War she did tours for U.S. troops in Vietnam, for three months in 1968 and again in 1970. In addition to USO shows, she visited hospitals, including the wards of amputees and burn victims that many other celebrities stayed away from.

Her appearances on TV have include The Jack Benny Show, Fantasy Island and L.A. Law. She did a nightclub act in Las Vegas in the 1970s.

In 1987, she wrote her autobiography, with Art Aveilhe, titled Playing the Field: My Story, published by GP Putnams, New York.

Starting at age sixty, she has had plastic surgery to maintain a youthful appearance. She has written about this and discussed it in interviews.

You can read about Mamie Van Doren and her past exploits at her very own website, where "the first authentic sex-kitten in cyberspace" gives one of the most intimate looks at a celebrity's personal life on the Internet. Included at her long, detailed site are photos, stories and anecdotes about Hollywood and her career, and an articulate and opinionated political weblog. "The Web is the perfect place for an appreciation of Hollywood Glamour. Take a look at it through my eyes, kids!"

Mamie Van Doren has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7057 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood.

Filmography

  • Jet Pilot (Production: 1949-1950) (Released: 1957) (RKO) ... WAF
  • His Kind of Woman (1951) (RKO) ... Lodge guest at bar (uncredited)
  • Two Tickets to Broadway (1951) (RKO) ... (credited as Joan Olander)
  • Footlight Varieties (1951) (RKO) ... Blonde in theatre (credited as Joan Olander)
  • Forbidden (1953) (Universal) ... Singer (uncredited)
  • The All American (1953) (Universal) ... Susie Ward
  • Hawaiian Nights (1954) (Universal)
  • Yankee Pasha (1954) (Universal) ... Lilith
  • Francis Joins the WACS (1954) (Universal) ... Cpl. Bunky Hilstrom
  • Ain't Misbehavin' (1955) (Universal) ... Jackie
  • The Second Greatest Sex (1955) (Universal) ... Birdie Snyder
  • Running Wild (1955) (Universal) ... Irma Bean
  • Star in the Dust (1956) (Universal) ... Ellen Ballard
  • The Girl in Black Stockings (1957) (United Artists) ... Harriet Ames
  • Untamed Youth (1957) (Warner Bros.) ... Penny Lowe
  • Teacher's Pet (1958) (Paramount) ... Peggy DeFore
  • Born Reckless (1958) (Warner Bros.) ... Jackie Adams
  • Le Bellissime gambe di Sabrina (1958) Italian (Cinecittā Studios) ... Sabrina ... aka The Beautiful Legs of Sabrina
  • High School Confidential! (1958) (MGM) ... Gwen Dulaine
  • Guns, Girls, and Gangsters (1959) (United Artists) ... Vi Victor
  • The Beat Generation (1959) (MGM) ... Georgia Altera ... aka This Rebel Age
  • The Big Operator (1959) (MGM) ... Mary Gibson
  • Girls Town (1959) (MGM) ... Silver Morgan
  • Vice Raid (1959) (United Artists) ... Carol Hudson
  • The Big Operator (1959) (MGM) ... Mary Gibson
  • Sex Kittens Go to College (1960) (Allied Artists) ... Dr. Mathilda West
  • The Private Lives of Adam and Eve (1961) (Universal) ... Evie Simms
  • College Confidential (1960) (Univeral) ... Sally Blake
  • The Blonde from Buenos Aires (1961) (Argentinian Films)
  • Three Nuts In Search of a Bolt (1964) (Adrian Weiss Productions) ... Saxie Symbol
  • Freddy und das Lied der Prärie (1964) German ... Olivia ... aka The Wild, Wild West (USA)
  • The Candidate (1964) (Cosmat Production) ... Samantha Ashley
  • The Navy vs the Night Monsters (1966) (Real Art) ... Nora Hall
  • Las Vegas Hillbillys (1966) (Woolner Brothers) ... Boots Malone
  • You've Got to be Smart (1967) (Producers Releasing Organization) ... Miss Hathaway
  • Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1968) (Filmgroup Production) ... Moana
  • I Fratelli di Arizona (1971) Italian ... Girlfriend ... aka The Arizona Kid
  • That Girl from Boston (1975) (Moonstone Films)
  • Free Ride (1986) (Galaxy International Pictures) ... Debbie Stockwell
  • The Vegas Connection (1999) (Pacific Films) ... Rita
  • Slackers (2002) (Screen Gems, Sony) ... Mrs. Van Graaf

Quotes

  • "My best asset is my brain. Without my brain, I don't think the rest of me would be too hot."
  • "I came to Hollywood determined to follow in Jean Harlow's footsteps, but I was determined not to die young. My hope was to endure. And endure I have."
  • "I don't wear panties anymore - this startles the Hollywood wolves so much they don't know what to pull at, so they leave me alone."
  • "There is a history of calamitous and violent deaths among the glamorous girls that boggles the mind and chills the blood, especially if you're one of the few survivors... As young women we were told that we were infinitely desirable and beautiful, only to discover that there was always someone coming up behind who was more desirable and beautiful. Our profession is perhaps the most competitive in the world. For, to be glamorous, to be beautiful, is to be doomed eventually to be disappointed."

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Mamie Van Doren has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7057 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood. She has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7021 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood. "The Web is the perfect place for an appreciation of Hollywood Glamour. Take a look at it through my eyes, kids!". She was also nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in the TV drama Right to Die (1988). Included at her long, detailed site are photos, stories and anecdotes about Hollywood and her career, and an articulate and opinionated political weblog. In 1975, Raquel Welch won a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Actress in a Musical or Comedy for The Three Musketeers. You can read about Mamie Van Doren and her past exploits at her very own website, where "the first authentic sex-kitten in cyberspace" gives one of the most intimate looks at a celebrity's personal life on the Internet. She is the mother of Damon Welch and actress Tahnee Welch.

She has written about this and discussed it in interviews. She has been married to James Welch (1959)-(1962), publicist and agent; Patrick Curtis (who played the baby of Olivia de Havilland in Gone With The Wind) (1967)-(1972), writer; Andre Weinfeld (1980-1990); and Richard Palmer (1999). Starting at age sixty, she has had plastic surgery to maintain a youthful appearance. She has also performed in a nightclub act in Las Vegas and has starred on Broadway in Woman of the Year and in Victor/Victoria, where she replaced Julie Andrews. In 1987, she wrote her autobiography, with Art Aveilhe, titled Playing the Field: My Story, published by GP Putnams, New York. She has also appeared in the night time soap opera CPW and made infomercials and exercise videos. She did a nightclub act in Las Vegas in the 1970s. Her television appearances include the series The Hollywood Palace, the made for TV movies The Legend of Walks Far Woman and Right to Die, in which she turned in a stirring performance as a woman with Lou Gehrig's disease, and in the PBS series American Family, about a Mexican American family in East Los Angeles.

Her appearances on TV have include The Jack Benny Show, Fantasy Island and L.A. Law. Her most memorable publicity still, where she was clad in a furry animal-skin bikini for One Million Years B.C., became a bestselling poster. In addition to USO shows, she visited hospitals, including the wards of amputees and burn victims that many other celebrities stayed away from. Despite box office disappointments, Welch became one of the leading sex symbols of the 1960s and 1970s. troops in Vietnam, for three months in 1968 and again in 1970. But the movie turned out to be a dismal failure. During the Vietnam War she did tours for U.S. Her first real starring role was in Myra Breckinridge with the one and only Mae West in the cast.

She performed in stage productions of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Dames at Sea at the Drury Lane Theatre, Chicago, and did shows such as Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter and The Tender Trap at the Arlington Park Theatre. After her appearance as Lust incarnate in Bedazzled, she returned to the United States and appeared in a Western with James Stewart titled Bandolero!, which was followed by Lady in Cement with Frank Sinatra. She also developed a nightclub act and did a lot of theatre work. On loan out to Hammer Studios in Britain, she starred in the remake of One Million Years B.C.. In 1964, Van Doren was at the Whisky A Go-Go on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood when The Beatles were at the club, and a drunk George Harrison accidentally threw his drink on her when he was really trying to throw it on some bothersome journalists. She was then cast in the Sci-fi hit Fantastic Voyage. In 1963, she posed twice for Playboy to promote her movie Three Nuts In Search of a Bolt (1964). Welch's first starring role was in A Swingin' Summer, which led to a contract with 20th Century Fox.

Some of her later movies were foreign and independent productions, such as The Blonde from Buenos Aires (1961), The Candidate (1964), The Navy vs the Night Monsters (1966) and Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1968), which was directed by Peter Bogdanovich, who used another name, fearing the movie would ruin his reputation. She was cast in bit parts in a few films, including Roustabout starring Elvis Presley. Van Doren was now a free agent and had to struggle to find work. She found a place in Los Angeles and started making the rounds of the movie studios. In 1959, Universal chose not to exercise the option in her contract. Instead, she moved back to California. Besides the casting decisions at Universal, a problem with her career was poor management. Her marriage broke up and she moved with her two children to Dallas, Texas, where she modeled for Neiman-Marcus and worked as a cocktail hostess, intending to move on to New York City from there.

They are largely unknown to later generations, though some have gained a following for their high camp value. Welch became a weather forecaster at a local San Diego television station. Because of her heavy schedule, she decided to leave college. But many of the productions she starred in were low-budget B-movies. In 1959, Raquel Welch played the title role in the famous Ramona Pageant, a yearly outdoor play at Hemet, California, which is based on the novel Ramona by Helen Hunt Jackson. Some of her more noteworthy movies include Teacher's Pet (1958) at Paramount, Born Reckless (1958) at Warner Bros., and High School Confidential! (1958) at MGM. The following year she married a high school sweetheart, James Welch. In her tell-all autobiography, she acknowledged numerous affairs, including ones with Clark Gable and Joe Namath. After high school she entered San Diego State College on a theater arts scholarship.

Her on-again off-again engagement to baseball player Bo Belinsky broke off for good in 1964. Among her titles were "Miss Photogenic," "Miss La Jolla," "Miss Contour," and "Miss San Diego." In 1957, she was named "Miss Fairest of the Fair" at the San Diego County Fair. She and Anthony had one son, Perry Ray Anthony (born March 18, 1956). She took dancing lessons as a child, and was winning beauty pageants by the time she was a teenager. Van Doren has had five husbands, sportswear manufacturer Jack Newman (married 1950-divorced 1950), bandleader, composer and actor Ray Anthony (married 1955-divorced 1961), baseball player Lee Meyers (married 1966-divorced 1967), businessman Ross McClintock (married 1972-divorced 1973) and actor Thomas Dixon (married 1979-present). The family moved to the suburb of La Jolla, where Raquel grew up. But while Monroe did Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Mansfield had a big success with Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, a part that was originally written for Van Doren, who turned it down, Universal stuck Van Doren with Francis the talking mule in Francis Joins the WACS. In 1942, Armand Tejada was transferred to San Diego, California.

Marilyn, Mamie and Jayne Mansfield were known as the "Three M's," and Van Doren achieved legendary status as being the sole survivor. Her father was an immigrant from Bolivia of Castilian Spanish extraction who was an aerospace engineer, and her mother an American of Irish descent. While she and the other blonde bombshells did not attain the same level of superstar status as Monroe, Van Doren did become one of the leading sex symbols of the day. She was born Jo Raquel Tejada in Chicago, Illinois, the oldest of three children born to Armando Carlos Tejada and Josephine Sarah Hall. She became identified with this rebellious style, and made some Rock records.
. She also appeared in some of the first movies to feature Rock & Roll music. Raquel Welch is one of the most famous sex symbols of all time, and she is still considered one of the most beautiful women in the world.

Van Doren starred as the "bad girl" archetype in several teenage cult movies of the 1950s. Raquel Welch (born September 5, 1940) is an American actress. In Yankee Pasha (1954) starring Tony Curtis and Rhonda Fleming, she played a slave girl, Lilith. Windham Vandermark. She then made The All American (1953), playing Susie Ward, a girl from the other side of the tracks who is the man-trap at a campus beer joint. Mrs. Her first movie for Universal was Forbidden (1953), playing a singer. Legally Blonde (2001) (MGM) ..

It has been said that because the day she was signed was also the day President Eisenhower was inaugurated, the studio decided to give her the name Mamie for Ike's wife, Mamie Eisenhower, and Van Doren because it sounds Dutch. Hortensia. The studio had big plans for her, hoping she would bring the success that 20th Century Fox had with Marilyn Monroe, the reigning sex symbol of the era. Tortilla Soup (2001) (Samuel Goldwyn Company) .. On January 20, 1953, she signed a contract with Universal. Jacqueline. While appearing in the role of Marie in a showcase production of Come Back, Little Sheba, she was seen by Phil Benjamin, a casting director at Universal International. Folle d'elle (1998) (UGC-Fox Distribution) ..

She studied with Ben Bard and Bliss-Hayden. Grace Kosik. Songwriter Jimmy McHugh discovered her for his musicals, then decided she was too good for the chorus line and should have dramatic training. Chairman of the Board (1998) (Trimark Pictures) .. She was a showgirl in New York in Monte Proser's nightclub version of Billion Dollar Baby. Herself (uncredited). She then began working on the stage. The Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (1994) (Paramount) ..

I look barely old enough to drive.". aka The Prince and the Pauper. About her appearance in that one, Van Doren has said, "If you blinked you would miss me. Edith .. She did a few more bit parts in movies at RKO, including His Kind of Woman (1951) starring Robert Mitchum, Jane Russell and Vincent Price. Crossed Swords (1977) (Warner Bros.) .. But it turned out that he was abusive, so she quickly got out of the marriage. aka Stunt Woman.

She was briefly married at seventeen, when she and first husband, Jack Newman, eloped to Santa Barbara. Jane Gardner .. The following year, 1951, she posed for famous pin-up girl artist Alberto Vargas, the painter of the glamorous "Varga Girls." His painting of Van Doren was on the July cover of Esquire. L'Animal (1977) (Analysis Film Releasing Corp.) .. Her line of dialogue consisted of one word, "Look!" Though production of the movie was in 1949 and 1950, it was not released until 1957. Jennifer "Jugs". She lunched with him and he gave her a bit part in Jet Pilot at RKO, which was her motion picture debut. Mother, Jugs and Speed (1976) (20th Century Fox) ..

While doing the Miss Palm Springs contest, she was discovered by Howard Hughes. Queenie. In the summer of 1949, at age sixteen, she won the titles "Miss Eight Ball" and "Miss Palm Springs.". The Wild Party (1975) (American International Pictures) .. She also sang with Ted Fio Rito's band and entered beauty contests. Constance de Bonancieux. The following year she had a bit part on an early television show. The Four Musketeers (1975) (20th Century Fox) ..

In early 1946, Joan went to work as an usherette at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. Constance de Bonancieux. In May 1942, they moved to Los Angeles. The Three Musketeers (1973) (20th Century Fox) .. In 1939, the family moved to Sioux City, Iowa. Alice. Her mother named her after Joan Crawford. The Last of Sheila (1973) (Warner Bros.) ..

She is of Swedish ancestry. Magdalena. She was born Joan Lucille Olander in Rowena, South Dakota, the daughter of Warner Carl Olander (March 30, 1908-June 4, 1992) and Lucille Harriet Bennett (January 21, 1912-August 27, 1995). Bluebeard (1973) (Cinerama Releasing Corp.) .. Mamie Van Doren (born February 6, 1931) is a American actress and sex symbol. Carr. For, to be glamorous, to be beautiful, is to be doomed eventually to be disappointed.". K.C.

Our profession is perhaps the most competitive in the world. Kansas City Bomber (1973) (MGM) .. As young women we were told that we were infinitely desirable and beautiful, only to discover that there was always someone coming up behind who was more desirable and beautiful. Eileen McHenry. "There is a history of calamitous and violent deaths among the glamorous girls that boggles the mind and chills the blood, especially if you're one of the few survivors.. Fuzz (1972) (United Artists) .. "I don't wear panties anymore - this startles the Hollywood wolves so much they don't know what to pull at, so they leave me alone.". Hannie Caulder.

And endure I have.". Hannie Caulder (1971) (Paramount Pictures) .. My hope was to endure. Elena. "I came to Hollywood determined to follow in Jean Harlow's footsteps, but I was determined not to die young. The Beloved (1970) (Joseph Brenner Assciates) .. Without my brain, I don't think the rest of me would be too hot.". Myra Breckinridge.

"My best asset is my brain. Myra Breckinridge (1970) (20th Century Fox) .. Van Graaf. Priestess of the Whip. Mrs. The Magic Christian (1969) (Commonwealth United Entertainment) .. Slackers (2002) (Screen Gems, Sony) .. Michele.

Rita. Flareup (1969) (MGM) .. The Vegas Connection (1999) (Pacific Films) .. Sarita. Debbie Stockwell. 100 Rifles (1969) (20th Century Fox) .. Free Ride (1986) (Galaxy International Pictures) .. Kit Forrest.

That Girl from Boston (1975) (Moonstone Films). Lady in Cement (1968) (20th Century Fox) .. aka The Arizona Kid. Maria Stoner. Girlfriend .. Bandolero! (1968) (20th Century Fox) .. I Fratelli di Arizona (1971) Italian .. Juliana.

Moana. The Biggest Bundle of Them All (1967) (MGM) .. Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1968) (Filmgroup Production) .. Lillian Lust. Miss Hathaway. Bedazzled (1967) (20th Century Fox) .. You've Got to be Smart (1967) (Producers Releasing Organization) .. Fathom Harvill.

Boots Malone. Fathom (1967) (20th Century Fox) .. Las Vegas Hillbillys (1966) (Woolner Brothers) .. Nini. Nora Hall. Le Plus vieux metier du monde (1967) (Goldstone Film Enterprises) .. The Navy vs the Night Monsters (1966) (Real Art) .. Elena.

Samantha Ashley. Le Fate (1966) (Royal Films International) .. The Candidate (1964) (Cosmat Production) .. aka Shoot Loud, Louder. aka The Wild, Wild West (USA). Tania Montini .. Olivia .. Spara forte, piu forte, non capisco (1966) (Embassy Pictures) ..

Freddy und das Lied der Prärie (1964) German .. Loana. Saxie Symbol. One Million Years B.C. (1966) (20th Century Fox) .. Three Nuts In Search of a Bolt (1964) (Adrian Weiss Productions) .. Cora Peterson. The Blonde from Buenos Aires (1961) (Argentinian Films). Fantastic Voyage (1966) (20th Century Fox) ..

Sally Blake. Jeri. College Confidential (1960) (Univeral) .. A Swingin' Summer (1965) (United Screen Arts) .. Evie Simms. Do Not Disturb (1965) (20th Century Fox) (uncredited). The Private Lives of Adam and Eve (1961) (Universal) .. Call girl (uncredited).

Mathilda West. A House Is Not A Home (1964) (Embassy Pictures) .. Dr. College girl with blue bow (uncredited). Sex Kittens Go to College (1960) (Allied Artists) .. Roustabout (1964) (Paramount Pictures) .. Mary Gibson.

The Big Operator (1959) (MGM) .. Carol Hudson. Vice Raid (1959) (United Artists) .. Silver Morgan.

Girls Town (1959) (MGM) .. Mary Gibson. The Big Operator (1959) (MGM) .. aka This Rebel Age.

Georgia Altera .. The Beat Generation (1959) (MGM) .. Vi Victor. Guns, Girls, and Gangsters (1959) (United Artists) ..

Gwen Dulaine. High School Confidential! (1958) (MGM) .. aka The Beautiful Legs of Sabrina. Sabrina ..

Le Bellissime gambe di Sabrina (1958) Italian (Cinecittā Studios) .. Jackie Adams. Born Reckless (1958) (Warner Bros.) .. Peggy DeFore.

Teacher's Pet (1958) (Paramount) .. Penny Lowe. Untamed Youth (1957) (Warner Bros.) .. Harriet Ames.

The Girl in Black Stockings (1957) (United Artists) .. Ellen Ballard. Star in the Dust (1956) (Universal) .. Irma Bean.

Running Wild (1955) (Universal) .. Birdie Snyder. The Second Greatest Sex (1955) (Universal) .. Jackie.

Ain't Misbehavin' (1955) (Universal) .. Bunky Hilstrom. Cpl. Francis Joins the WACS (1954) (Universal) ..

Lilith. Yankee Pasha (1954) (Universal) .. Hawaiian Nights (1954) (Universal). Susie Ward.

The All American (1953) (Universal) .. Singer (uncredited). Forbidden (1953) (Universal) .. Blonde in theatre (credited as Joan Olander).

Footlight Varieties (1951) (RKO) .. (credited as Joan Olander). Two Tickets to Broadway (1951) (RKO) .. Lodge guest at bar (uncredited).

His Kind of Woman (1951) (RKO) .. WAF. Jet Pilot (Production: 1949-1950) (Released: 1957) (RKO) ..

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