Arlene Dahl
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Family Ties (1995)
Night of the Warrior (1991)
[ Kathleen Kimmont ]
She Stole His Heart/Return of the Captain's Brother/Swag and Mag (1980)
[ Erin Gray ][ Joan Van-Ark ]
Ages of Man/Families/Bo 'n' Sam (1979)
Land Raiders (1969)
Chemins de Katmandou, Les (1969)
[ Jane Birkin ][ Elsa Martinelli ]
Poneyttes, Les (1967)
[ Corinne Clery ][ Nicole Calfan ][ Marion Game ]
Who Killed Everybody? (1964)
Who Killed Snooky Martinelli? (1964)
Kisses for My President (1964)
[ Polly Bergen ][ Ahna Capri ]
Who Killed Alex Debbs? (1963)
[ Jan Sterling ]
Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)
[ Diane Baker ]
Fortune Is a Woman (1957)
Wicked as They Come (1956)
Slightly Scarlet (1956)
Wedding March (1954)
September Affair (1954)
Bengal Brigade (1954)
Woman's World (1954)
[ Lauren Bacall ][ June Allyson ]
The Diamond Queen (1953)
Here Come the Girls (1953)
[ Leslie Hope ][ Sheree North ]
Sangaree (1953)
Jamaica Run (1953)
Desert Legion (1953)
Caribbean (1952)
[ Diana Sands ]
No Questions Asked (1951)
[ Juanita Moore ]
Inside Straight (1951)
[ Barbara Billingsley ]
Watch the Birdie (1950)
[ Pamela Brik ]
Three Little Words (1950)
[ Debbie Reynolds ]
The Outriders (1950)
Scene of the Crime (1949)
Ambush (1949)
Reign of Terror (1949)
A Southern Yankee (1948)
The Bride Goes Wild (1948)
[ June Allyson ]
My Wild Irish Rose (1947)
Life with Father (1947)
[ Elizabeth Taylor ][ Irene Dunne ] 100 Hot DVDs

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Christopher Lee
Fred Astaire
Rock Hudson
Eli Wallach
Burgess Meredith
Lorenzo Lamas
James Mason
Telly Savalas
Russ Tamblyn
Carl Reiner
Alan Ladd
Fred MacMurray
James Whitmore
Patrick Labyorteaux
Robert Taylor
Van Johnson


Elegance and femininity are fitting descriptions for Arlene Dahl. She became one of the most beautiful actresses to grace the screen during the postwar period. Audiences were captivated by her breathtaking beauty, and the way she used to it to her advantage, progressing from claimer to character roles.Of Norwegian extract, Miss Dahl was born in Minneapolis. Following high school, she joined a local drama group supporting herself with a variety of jobs. These included modeling for a number of department stores.In Hollywood by 1946, she signed a brief contract with Warner Brothers, but she is best remembered for her work at MGM. The Bride Goes Wild (1948) was her first work at Metro. It was an odd but rather humorous tale of love, which starred Van Johnson and June Allyson.Although her beauty captivated audiences, it ultimately limited her to claimer roles, and the mark she made at MGM was small. Some of her best films were: Reign of Terror (1949), Three Little Words (1950), Woman's World (1954/I), Slightly Scarlet (1956), and Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959).Leaving films behind her in 1959, her typecasting would pay off financially as she became a beauty columnist and writer. She later established herself as a business woman, founding Arlene Dahl Enterprises which marketed lingerie and cosmetics.She was married six times; her husbands included actors Lex Barker and Fernando Lamas. She is the mother of actor / action star Lorenzo Lamas, and actually made a guest appearance in his film Night of the Warrior (1991).

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