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Helen Bennett (I) (1911–2001)

Helen Bennett was a beauty queen, a model and a character actress best known for her blond coiffure. She was born in Springfield, Mo., and in 1937 was awarded the title Miss Missouri in the Miss America Contest. After a stint at the University of Missouri and the Goodman Theater acting school in Chicago, she set her sights on New York City where ... See full bio »
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The Royal Mounted Rides Again
The Royal Mounted Rides Again Dillie Clark aka Madame Mysterioso
The Scarlet Horseman
The Scarlet Horseman Mrs. Ruth Halliday


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 1999 The Vice (TV Series)
Jill Melia
- Sons: Part 2 (1999) ... Jill Melia
- Sons: Part 1 (1999) ... Jill Melia
 1990 No Job for a Lady (TV Series)
- A Member of the Committee (1990) ... Journalist
 1961 Return to Peyton Place
Interviewer (uncredited)
 1959 The Donna Reed Show (TV Series)
Mrs. Spaulding
- Sleep No More My Lady (1959) ... Mrs. Spaulding
 1958 Step Down to Terror
Mrs. Dunwiddy (uncredited)
 1957 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
- Payment in Kind (1957) ... Helen
 1957 Kelly and Me
Columnist (uncredited)
 1956 Francis in the Haunted House
Mrs. Hargrove (uncredited)
 1956 On the Threshold of Space
Mrs. Lange (uncredited)
 1946 Blonde Alibi
Ruth Dixon (uncredited)
 1946 The Scarlet Horseman
Mrs. Ruth Halliday
 1946 Because of Him
Reporter (uncredited)
 1945 The Royal Mounted Rides Again
Dillie Clark aka Madame Mysterioso
 1933 Moonlight and Pretzels
Showgirl (uncredited)

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She played Opal in Fats Waller's musical, "Early to Bed," at the Blackstone Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Joseph Macaulay (El Magnifico); Doris Patson (Madame Rowena); Amy Arnell (Eileen); Mervyn Nelson (Coach); James Starbuck (Pablo); Janis Andre (Lois); Harold Cromer (Pooch); Nickie O'Daniel (Lilly Ann) and Ann Parker (... See more »

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Named Miss Missouri for 1937. See more »

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