biographyBorn Carole Jones in New York City on February 13, 1942, actress Carol Lynley was raised by her grandparents after her own parents separated. Her mother worked as a waitress and somehow managed to afford ballet lessons for her daughter. She was in a talent show on television at the age of ten when a director recommended that she begin a career in modeling. After modeling for a couple of years under the name of Carolyn Lee, Lynley morphed into a child actress and was getting guest roles on popular TV programs of the 1950s, including the anthology series Goodyear Playhouse and The Alcoa Hour. As her career gained momentum, Lynley was cast in the Broadway plays The Potting Shed (1957) and Blue Denim (1958). While her first film was the Disney picture The Light in the Forest (1958; with Fess Parker, Wendell Corey, and Joanne Dru), she was spotted in the Broadway production of Blue Denim by 20th Century Fox talent scouts and was quickly cast in the film version of Blue Denim (1959; with Brandon De Wilde, Macdonald Carey, and Warren Berlinger).
Tom Tryon and John Saxon), Shock Treatment (1964; with Stuart Whitman and Roddy McDowall), and Beware! The Blob (1972; with Robert Walker Jr.).
the films of carol lynley
Lynley as Allison MacKenzie in the 20th Century Fox drama Return to Peyton Place, directed by Jose Ferrer
Shock Treatment (1964)
From the drama Shock Treatment. LEFT: Lynley as Cynthia, a mental ward patient. RIGHT: With Stuart Whitman
From the Columbia mystery Bunny Lake Is Missing. LEFT: With Martita Hunt. RIGHT: With Laurence Olivier
With Efrem Zimbalist Jr. in Harlow, a film which was shot in an eight-day schedule. Some confuse this film with a film of the same name starring Carroll Baker, also released in 1965
Danger Route (1967)
The Maltese Bippy (1969)
From the 20th Century Fox thriller The Poseidon Adventure. Pictured are Jack Albertson, Ernest Borgnine, Roddy McDowall, Red Buttons, Carol Lynley, Stella Stevens, Arthur O'Connell, Shelley Winters, Gene Hackman, and Pamela Sue Martin
With Jack Palance in the action comedy The Four Deuces
carol lynley todayLynley continued making films and appearing on television regularly through the 1980s, raising her daughter as a single parent. Although she has had well-publicized relationships with David Frost and actor Glenn Ford, she has remained single. Her acting career wound down in the 1990s, and now Carol Lynley is retired.
The Invaders: The Second Season [DVD](1967) DVD
All 26 episodes from season two--including "Condition: Red," "The Spores," "Counter-Attack," "The Life Seekers," and the series finale "Inquisition"--are featured in a seven-disc set. 22 1/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; audio commentary on one episode; interviews; more. **26 episodes on 7 discs. 22 1/4 hrs.**
Night Gallery: Season Two [DVD](1971) DVD
All 22 episodes from the series's second season--featuring such stories as "The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes," "With Apologies to Mr. Hyde," "The Devil Is Not Mocked," "Hell's Bells," and "The Caterpillar"--are included in a five-disc set. 18 2/3 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH); art gallery; audio commentary on selected episodes; featurette; photo gallery; TV spots. **22 episodes on 5 discs. 18 2/3 hrs.**
Quincy, M.E.: Seasons 1 & 2 [DVD](1976) DVD
All 16 episodes from the first two seasons--including "Go Fight City Hall...To the Death," "Hot Ice, Cold Hearts," "Snake Eyes," "The Two Sides of Truth," and "Let Me Light the Way"--are collected in a three-disc set. 15 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: French, Spanish. **16 episodes on 3 discs. 15 hrs.**
Fantasy Island: The Complete First Season [DVD](1978) DVD
All 16 episodes from the first season--including "Escape/Cinderella Girls," "Family Reunion/Voodoo," "The Funny Girl/Butch and Sundance," "Fool for a Client/Double Your Pleasure," and "Call Me Lucky/Torch Singer"--are featured in a four-disc set. 13 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono, Portuguese Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: Spanish, Portuguese; featurettes. **16 episodes on 4 discs. 13 hrs.**
The Love Boat: Season Two, Vol. 1 [DVD](1978) DVD
The first 13 episodes of the second season--including "Marooned/The Search/Isaac's Holiday," "Julie's Aunt/Where Is It Written?/The Big Deal," "Ship of Ghouls," "Heads or Tails/Mona of the Movies/The Little People," and "Julie Falls Hard/Double Wedding/The Dummies"--are included in a three-disc set. 11 3/4 hrs. total on four discs. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish. **13 episodes on 4 discs. 11 3/4 hrs.**
The Love Boat: Two Season Pack [DVD] DVD
**50 episodes on 15 discs. 43 2/3 hrs.**
The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: 8-Movie Collection [DVD] DVD
Episodes from the popular series were re-edited and expanded for these eight theatrical releases. First, "To Trap a Spy" (1965) chronicles U.N.C.L.E.'s attempts to stop a THRUSH assassination plot. Robert Vaughn, David McCallum star. Then, there's an evil double causing problems, in "The Spy with My Face" (1965). With Senta Berger. It's "One Spy Too Many" (1966) for our heroes to deal with when they meet a megalomaniacal foe. Features Rip Torn. "One of Our Spies Is Missing" (1966), focuses on a vanished scientist and a plot to reverse the aging process. With Vera Miles. In "The Spy in the Green Hat" (1967), Solo and Kuryakin go undercover to infiltrate an enemy facility in Sicily. Co-stars Jack Palance, Janet Leigh. "The Karate Killers" (1967) has the agents scrambling to retrieve a secret formula. With Joan Crawford. AKA: "The Five Daughters Affair." In "The Helicopter Spies" (1968), U.N.C.L.E. attempts to intercept a destructive thermal weapon. John Carradine co-stars. Lastly, "How To Steal The World" (1968) concerns a gas that causes people to lose their free will. With Leslie Nielsen. 12 1/4 hrs. total on four discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Return To Peyton Place [DVD](1961) DVD
Writer Carol Lynley visits the hometown whose residents served as the basis for her novel, only to find that her brutally realistic depictions have turned all of Peyton Place against her and her father. Glossy sequel to the hit soaper, laced with romantic subplots, also stars Mary Astor, Robert Sterling, Tuesday Weld, Jeff Chandler, Eleanor Parker. 122 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English stereo, mono, Spanish mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; audio commentary; theatrical trailer; featurette; newsreel footage.
Holiday For Lovers [DVD](1959) DVD
Stressed-out Boston psychiatrist Clifton Webb believed the best thing for his nerves would be to pack up spouse Jane Wyman, and desirable daughters Jill St. John and Carol Lynley, for a South American vacation. The overprotective dad, however, doesn't allow himself a lot of rest, as he has to fend off a raft of males interested in his girls. Engaging farce co-stars Paul Henreid, Gary Crosby. 102 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
Rock Hudson: Screen Legend Collection [DVD] DVD
Man's man Rock Hudson heats up the screen in a three-disc, five-film set! When a rich, old man (Charles Coburn) leaves a fortune to the family of a woman he once loved, a soda jerk (Hudson) finds he's no longer the perfect lad for the clan's daughter, in "Has Anybody Seen My Gal?" (1952). Piper Laurie, Gigi Perreau co-star. Rock flexes his pecs in the Arabian-flavored costume epic "The Golden Blade" (1953), journeying to Baghdad on a mission of vengeance. Laurie, Gene Evans co-star. Hudson wears the white hat, and Kirk Douglas the black, in the muscular Western "The Last Sunset" (1961), with Dorothy Malone and Joseph Cotten. Giving an intense performance, Hudson plays an egotistical doctor working in the jungle, in "The Spiral Road" (1962). Burl Ives, Gena Rowlands also star. And playboy Rock is asked to woo psychiatrist Leslie Caron by her father (Charles Boyer) in the romantic comedy "A Very Special Favor" (1965). Walter Slezak, Larry Storch co-star. 8 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English (SDH), French; theatrical trailers.
The Cardinal (Special Edition) [DVD](1963) DVD
Epic drama directed by Otto Preminger focuses on an Irish-American priest whose dedication carries him through the ranks to one of the highest seats of power within the Roman Catholic Church. Fine performances from Tom Tryon, Romy Schneider, John Huston, Dorothy Gish, Burgess Meredith. 175 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital Surround stereo; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish; featurettes; theatrical trailer. Two-disc set.
The Cardinal [DVD](1963) DVD
Epic drama directed by Otto Preminger focuses on an Irish-American priest whose dedication carries him through the ranks to one of the highest seats of power within the Roman Catholic Church. Fine performances from Tom Tryon, Romy Schneider, John Huston, Dorothy Gish, and Burgess Meredith. 175 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital Surround stereo; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French.
The Jack Lemmon Film Collection [DVD] DVD
First, in "Phffft!" (1954), Jack Lemmon and Judy Holliday star as a newly divorced couple who begin to realize that they still have feelings for each other. With Jack Carson, Kim Novak. Next, in "Operation Mad Ball" (1957), Lemmon is an Army private trying to fraternize with a sweet nurse and avoid his gruff captain. Ernie Kovacs, Kathryn Grant co-star. In "The Notorious Landlady" (1962), Lemmon is an American diplomat who is forced by Scotland Yard to spy on a beauty who is suspected of killing her husband. With Novak, Fred Astaire, Lionel Jeffries. Then, the breezy "Under the Yum Yum Tree" (1963) features Lemmon as a lothario landlord who sets his sights on new tenant Carol Lynley--unaware of her platonic "live-in" arrangement with fiance Dean Jones. Edie Adams, Imogene Coca co-star. Lastly, "Good Neighbor Sam" (1964) features Jack as an ad man who poses as Romy Schneider's husband so that she can claim an inheritance. Co-stars Dorothy Provine, Michael Connors, Edward G. Robinson. 9 1/3 hrs. total on six discs. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French; featurette; interviews; photo gallery.
Bunny Lake Is Missing [DVD](1965) DVD
Director Otto Preminger's unusual psychological thriller stars Carol Lynley as an American woman living in London who drops her young daughter off at a nursery school. Returning to find that no one ever saw the child, a distraught Lynley is unable to prove that the girl even existed. Can dedicated police inspector Laurence Olivier uncover the bizarre truth behind the case? Keir Dullea, Anna Massey, Noel Coward also star. 107 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French.
Once You Kiss A Stranger [DVD](1969) DVD
Chilling take on Hitchcock's classic "Strangers on a Train" is set in Malibu, Ca., where a mentally unstable woman (Carol Lynley) seduces a golf pro (Paul Burke) before proposing a shocking deal: She'll kill his rival if he'll kill her psychiatrist. Burke agrees, thinking it's a joke. But when Lynley actually commits murder, she uses a recording of their conversation to blackmail Burke into holding up his end of their deal. With Martha Hyer, Philip Carey. 106 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
The Poseidon Adventure [Blu-ray](1972)
A New Year's Eve party on a luxury ocean liner is literally turned upside-down when a tidal wave capsizes the ship. Led by a determined preacher (Gene Hackman), a small group of survivors attempts to escape by making their way up to the bottom of the boat, in the hope that it hasn't been completely submerged. Irwin Allen's classic disaster epic stars Ernest Borgnine, Red Buttons, Roddy McDowall, Jack Albertson, Stella Stevens, Leslie Nielsen, and a buoyant Shelley Winters. 117 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English DTS HD Surround Master Audio, French Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish, French; audio commentary; featurettes; interviews; photo gallery; storyboards; theatrical trailer.
The Poseidon Adventure [DVD](1972) DVD
A New Year's Eve party on a luxury ocean liner is literally turned upside-down when a tidal wave capsizes the ship. Led by a determined preacher (Gene Hackman), a small group of survivors attempts to escape by making their way up to the bottom of the boat, in the hope that it hasn't been completely submerged. Irwin Allen's classic disaster epic stars Ernest Borgnine, Red Buttons, Roddy McDowall, Jack Albertson, Stella Stevens, Leslie Nielsen, and a buoyant Shelley Winters; features the Oscar-winning song "The Morning After." 117 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, French Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; audio commentary; featurettes; photo gallery; theatrical trailers; collectible lobby cards.
The Four Deuces [DVD](1975) DVD
Rat-a-tat-tat gangster action is mixed with laughs in this tale of Prohibition-era America. Bootlegger Jack Palance and his mob, the Four Deuces, hijack a shipment of "bathtub gin" meant for a rival, and soon a full-blown gang war erupts. With Carol Lynley, Warren Berlinger. 90 min. Soundtrack: English; biographies; filmographies; photo gallery; scene access.
Flood! [DVD](1976) DVD
Action-packed telefilm from producer Irwin Allen (who goes uncredited) concerns how endless rains in Brownsville, Oregon, threaten to flood the town. When the mayor refuses to open the gates to the community's dam before the structure begins to overflow, he sets the stage for a watery nightmare. Robert Culp, Martin Milner, Barbara Hershey, Richard Basehart star. 97 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Bad Georgia Road [DVD](1977) DVD
When a New York career gal inherits her uncle's Alabama farm--and the moonshine-making operation that goes with it--she finds a new business calling as she battles mobsters and the feds to keep the "white lightnin'" flowing. Fast-paced backwoods actioner stars Carol Lynley, Gary Lockwood, Royal Dano, and Cliff Emmich. 88 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
The Beasts Are On The Streets [DVD](1978) DVD
When an out-of-control tanker truck careens through the gates of a wild game preserve, the animals are loosed upon a Texas community...and for the carnivores, feeding time is now 'round the clock. Can determined veterinarian Carol Lynley help the authorities stem the chaos before local wanna-be big-game hunters make the situation worse? Made-for-TV disaster opus co-stars Philip Michael Thomas, Billy Green Bush, Dale Robinette. 96 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
The Shape Of Things To Come [DVD](1979) DVD
Loosely based on H.G. Wells' classic story, this sci-fi epic stars Jack Palance as a despotic madman bent on controlling the galaxy's sole supply of an anti-radiation drug needed for humanity's survival. The only ones standing in his way are a team of scientists and their poetry-spouting robot, who steal an experimental starship and set out to face Palance's massive army of deadly automatons head on. Barry Morse, Carol Lynley, Nicholas Campbell co-star. 98 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono; poster gallery; photo gallery; TV spot; theatrical trailer.
The Cat And The Canary [DVD](1979) DVD
Chic sex auteur Radley Metzger ("The Lickerish Quartet") reworks the classic thriller with stylish results. Honor Blackman, Michael Callan, Olivia Hussey, Edward Fox, Wendy Hiller, Carol Lynley and Wilfrid Hyde-White are among those trying to dodge a killer in an old mansion on a rainy night. Uncut director's edition; 98 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
Intense urban action film stars Robert Forster as an ex-cop whose family is attacked by a street gang. When the courts let the hoods go free, a frustrated Forster joins with Fred Williamson's neighborhood vigilante group, dedicated to enforcing the law--their own way. With Rutanya Alda, Woody Strode, Joe Spinell. 89 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS HD 7.1, French Dolby Digital Surround stereo, German Dolby Digital Surround stereo, Italian Dolby Digital Surround stereo; Subtitles: English (SDH), French, Portuguese, Spanish; audio commentary; theatrical trailers; TV spots; radio spots.
Vigilante [DVD](1983) DVD
Intense urban action film stars Robert Forster as an ex-cop whose family is attacked by a street gang. When the courts let the hoods go free, a frustrated Forster joins with Fred Williamson's neighborhood vigilante group, dedicated to enforcing the law--their own way. With Rutanya Alda, Woody Strode, Joe Spinell. 89 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 6.1, Dolby Digital Surround stereo, French Dolby Digital Surround stereo, German Dolby Digital Surround stereo, Italian Dolby Digital Surround stereo; Subtitles: Spanish; audio commentary; photo gallery; theatrical trailers; TV spots; radio spots.
Howling V: The Rebirth (1989)/Howling VI: The Freaks [DVD](1990) DVD
First, a group of people stranded in an isolated castle are marked for death after they witness an unholy secret. Can they escape the terror of the werewolves? "Howling V: The Rebirth" stars Philip Davis, Victoria Catlin. Then, a carnival sideshow is the backdrop for evil as a tortured man who lives in a cage awaits a visit from a vampire with the power to transform him into a werewolf, in "Howling VI: The Freaks." Antonio Fargas, Carol Lynley and Brendan Hughes star. 196 min. total.
King Of The Corner (2004)/Men (1998)/Drowning On Dry Land [DVD](1999) DVD
Two-disc set includes "King of the Corner," "Men," and "Drowning on Dry Land."
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Vic (2006) with Clu Gulager, Gregory Sierra, John Phillip Law, and Peter Mark Richman
A Light in the Forest (2002) with Lindsay Wagner and Edward Albert
Drowning on Dry Land (1999) with Barbara Hershey and John Doe
Neon Signs (1996) with William Smith and Barbara McNair
Howling VI: The Freaks (1991) with Antonio Fargas
Spirits (1990) with Erik Estrada, Robert Quarry, and Brinke Stevens
Blackout (1988) with Gail O'Grady and Joanna Miles
Dark Tower (1987) with Michael Moriarty, Jenny Agutter, Theodore Bikel, Kevin McCarthy, and Anne Lockhart
Balboa (1986) with Tony Curtis, Chuck Connors, Sonny Bono, Cassandra Peterson, Martine Beswick, and Steve Kanaly
Vigilante (1983) with Robert Forster, Fred Williamson, and Woody Strode
Best of Friends (1981) with Peter Graves and Alex Cord
Willow B: Women in Prison (1980) with Sally Kirkland, Elizabeth Hartman, Liz Torres, Susan Tyrrell, Lynne Moody, and Ruth Roman
The Shape of Things to Come (1979) with Jack Palance, Barry Morse, and John Ireland
The Cat and the Canary (1978) with Honor Blackman, Michael Callan, Wendy Hiller, and Olivia Hussey
The Beasts Are on the Streets (1978) with Billy Green Bush, Philip Michael Thomas, Anna Lee, and Bill Thurman
Cops and Robin (1978) with Ernest Borgnine, Michael Shannon, John Amos, and Peggy Converse
Having Babies II (1977) with Tony Bill, Cliff Gorman, Lee Meriwether, Paula Prentiss, Nicholas Pryor, Wayne Rogers, Susan Sullivan, and Robbie Rist
Bad Georgia Road (1977) with Royal Dano, Gary Lockwood, and Mary Woronov
Fantasy Island (1977) with Ricardo Montalban, Bill Bixby, Sandra Dee, Peter Lawford, Hugh O'Brian, Eleanor Parker, Victoria Principal, Dick Sargent, and Tina Sinatra
The Washington Affair (1977) with Barry Sullivan and Tom Selleck
Flood! (1976) with Robert Culp, Martin Milner, Barbara Hershey, Richard Basehart, Roddy McDowall, Cameron Mitchell, Teresa Wright, Francine York, Whit Bissell, Leif Garrett, and Ann Doran
The Four Deuces (1976) with Jack Palance, Warren Berlinger, Adam Roarke, and Martin Kove
Death Stalk (1975) with Vince Edwards, Anjanette Comer, Vic Morrow, Neville Brand, Norman Fell, and Larry Wilcox
The Elevator (1974) with James Farentino, Roddy McDowall, Craig Stevens, Don Stroud, Teresa Wright, Myrna Loy, and Barry Livingston
Cotter (1973) with Don Murray, Rip Torn, Sherry Jackson, R.G. Armstrong, Michael Forest, Christopher Knight, and Ford Rainey
The Poseidon Adventure (1972) with Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Red Buttons, Roddy McDowall, Stella Stevens, Shelley Winters, Jack Albertson, and Pamela Sue Martin
Beware! The Blob (1972) with Robert Walker Jr., Gwynne Gilford, Marlene Clark, Gerrit Graham, Cindy Williams, Rockne Tarkington, Shelley Berman, Godfrey Cambridge, and Dick Van Patten
The Night Stalker (1972) with Darren McGavin, Simon Oakland, Ralph Meeker, Claude Akins, Elisha Cook Jr., and Larry Linville
Crosscurrent (1971) with Robert Hooks, Jeremy Slate, Robert Wagner, Simon Oakland, John Randolph, Jose Ferrer, and Mario Van Peebles
Weekend of Terror (1970) with Robert Conrad, Lee Majors, Lois Nettleton, Jane Wyatt, Kevin Hagen, Tod Andrews, Ann Doran, and Gregory Sierra
Norwood (1970) with Glen Campbell, Kim Darby, Joe Namath, Pat Hingle, Tisha Sterling, Dom DeLuise, and Meredith MacRae
Once You Kiss a Stranger (1969) with Paul Burke, Martha Hyer, Peter Lind Hayes, Philip Carey, Stephen McNally, and Whit Bissell
The Immortal (1969) with Christopher George, Jessica Walter, Barry Sullivan, and Ralph Bellamy
The Maltese Bippy (1969) with Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, Julie Newmar, Mildred Natwick, Fritz Weaver, Robert Reed, Dana Elcar, Leon Askin, and Alan Oppenheimer
The Smugglers (1968) with Shirley Booth, Charles Drake, Gayle Hunnicutt, John Indrisano, Kurt Kasznar, and Michael J. Pollard
Shadow on the Land (1968) with Jackie Cooper, John Forsythe, Gene Hackman, Janice Rule, and Myron Healey
Danger Route (1967) with Richard Johnson, Barbara Bouchet, Sylvia Syms, Diana Dors, and Sam Wanamaker
The Shuttered Room (1967) with Gig Young, Oliver Reed, and Flora Robson
Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965) with Laurence Olivier and Keir Dullea
Harlow (1965) with Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Ginger Rogers, Barry Sullivan, Lloyd Bochner, Hermione Baddeley, Audrey Totter, and Michael Dante
The Pleasure Seekers (1964) with Ann-Margret, Anthony Franciosa, Gardner McKay, Pamela Tiffin, Gene Tierney, and Brian Keith
Shock Treatment (1964) with Stuart Whitman, Roddy McDowall, Lauren Bacall, and Ossie Davis
The Cardinal (1963) with Tom Tryon, Dorothy Gish, Bill Hayes, Cecil Kellaway, John Saxon, John Huston, and Robert Morse
Under the Yum Yum Tree (1963) with Jack Lemmon, Dean Jones, Edie Adams, Imogene Coca, Paul Lynde, and Robert Lansing
The Stripper (1963) with Joanne Woodward, Richard Beymer, Claire Trevor, Louis Nye, Gypsy Rose Lee, and Michael J. Pollard
The Last Sunset (1961) with Rock Hudson, Kirk Douglas, Dorothy Malone, Joseph Cotten, Neville Brand, and Regis Toomey
Return to Peyton Place (1961) with Jeff Chandler, Eleanor Parker, Mary Astor, Robert Sterling, Luciana Paluzzi, Brett Halsey, and Tuesday Weld
Hound-Dog Man (1959) with Fabian, Stuart Whitman, Arthur O'Connell, Dodie Stevens, Royal Dano, Claude Akins, Edgar Buchanan, and Jane Darwell
Blue Denim (1959) with Brandon De Wilde, Macdonald Carey, Warren Berlinger, and Roberta Shore
Holiday for Lovers (1959) with Clifton Webb, Jane Wyman, Jill St. John, Paul Henreid, and Gary Crosby
The Light in the Forest (1958) with Fess Parker, Wendell Corey, Joanne Dru, James MacArthur, Jessica Tandy, and Rafael Campos
TELEVISION GUEST APPEARANCES
Monsters, episode Stressed Environment, originally aired September 30, 1990
Night Heat, episode Grace, originally aired August 11, 1987
Fox Mystery Theater, episode In Possession, originally aired January 12, 1985
Finder of Lost Loves, episode Forgotten Melodies, originally aired December 22, 1984
Tales of the Unexpected, episode The Gift of Beauty, originally aired June 30, 1984
Fantasy Island, episode Lost and Found/Dick Turpin's Last Ride, originally aired April 7, 1984
Hotel, episode Faith, Hope & Charity, originally aired November 23, 1983
The Fall Guy, episode Pleasure Isle, originally aired October 5, 1983
Fantasy Island, episode The Angel's Triangle/Natchez Bound, originally aired November 6, 1982
Baker's Dozen, episode I Was Told You Were a Racetrack, originally aired April 21, 1982
Fantasy Island, episode King Arthur in Mr. Roarke's Court/Shadow Games, originally aired January 23, 1982
Hart to Hart, episode Hartland Express, originally aired November 3, 1981
Fantasy Island, episode Cyrano/The Magician, originally aired October 24, 1981
Fantasy Island, episode Man-Beast/Ole Island Oprey, originally aired May 16, 1981
Charlie's Angels, episode Island Angels, originally aired December 14, 1980
The Littlest Hobo, episode Mystery at the Zoo, originally aired November 6, 1980
Fantasy Island, episode The Devil and Mandy Breem/The Millionaire, originally aired October 25, 1980
Fantasy Island, episode My Fair Pharaoh/The Power, originally aired May 10, 1980
Fantasy Island, episode Nobody's There/The Dancer, originally aired November 17, 1979
The Love Boat, episode Dream Ship/Best of Friends/Aftermath, originally aired February 10, 1979
Fantasy Island, episode Carnival/The Vaudevillians, originally aired December 2, 1978
Sword of Justice, episode The Skywayman, originally aired October 19, 1978
Richie Brockelman, Private Eye, episode A Title on the Door and a Carpet on the Floor, originally aired March 31, 1978
Hawaii Five-O, episode Angel in Blue, originally aired March 9, 1978
Fantasy Island, episode Lady of the Evening/The Racer, originally aired February 25, 1978
Kojak, episode Kiss It All Goodbye, originally aired February 22, 1977
Police Woman, episode Trial by Prejudice, originally aired October 12, 1976
Quincy M.E., episode Who's Who in Neverland, originally aired October 10, 1976
Thriller, episode If It's a Man, Hang Up, originally aired April 12, 1975
The Evil Touch, episode Dream by Dreaming, originally aired March 24, 1974
The Evil Touch, episode Dear Cora I'm Going to Kill You, originally aired January 27, 1974
The Magician, episode The Illusion of the Curious Counterfeit: Parts 1 and 2, originally aired January 14 and 21, 1974
Great Mysteries, episode Death of an Old-Fashioned Girl, originally aired November 24, 1973
The Sixth Sense, episode The House That Cried Murder, originally aired February 5, 1972
Night Gallery, episode Last Rites for a Dead Druid, originally aired January 26, 1972
Mannix, episode Voices in the Dark, originally aired Ferbuary 20, 1971
The Most Deadly Game, episode Who Killed Kindness?, originally aired November 7, 1970
The Bold Ones: The New Doctors, episode Giants Never Kneel, originally aired October 25, 1970
The Immortal, episode Sylvia, originally aired September 24, 1970
It Takes a Thief, episode Boom at the Top, originally aired February 25, 1969
The Big Valley, episode Hell Hath No Fury, originally aired November 18, 1968
Journey to the Unknown, episode Eve, originally aired September 26, 1968
The F.B.I., episode False Witness, originally aired December 10, 1967
The Invaders, episode The Believers, originally aired December 5, 1967
The Man from U.N.C.L.E., episode The Prince of Darkness Affair: Parts I and II, originally aired October 2 and 9, 1967
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, episode Runaway Boy, originally aired May 25, 1966
Run for Your Life, episode In Search of April, originally aired February 14, 1966
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, episode The Fliers, originally aired February 5, 1965
The Dick Powell Show, episode The Rage of Silence, originally aired January 29, 1963
The Virginian, episode The Man from the Sea, originally aired December 26, 1962
Alcoa Premiere, episode Whatever Happened to Miss Illinois?, originally aired November 22, 1962
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, episode Final Vow, originally aired October 25, 1962
General Electric Theater, episode The Last Dance, originally aired November 22, 1959
General Electric Theater, episode Deed of Mercy, originally aired March 1, 1959
Shirley Temple's Storybook, episode Rapunzel, originally aired October 27, 1958
Pursuit, episode The Vengeance, originally aired October 22, 1958
General Electric Theater, episode The Young and Scared, originally aired May 18, 1958
The DuPont Show of the Month, episode Junior Miss, originally aired December 20, 1957
Alfred Hitchcock Presents, episode The Young One, originally aired December 1, 1957
The Kaiser Aluminum Hour, episode Cracker Money, originally aired December 4, 1956
The Alcoa Hour, episode The Big Wave, originally aired September 30, 1956
Goodyear Television Playhouse, episode Grow Up, originally aired August 26, 1956
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