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Phyllis Douglas (I) (1936–2010)

Phyllis Douglas was born on July 24, 1936 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Phyllis Callow. She was an actress, known for Sally and Sam (1965), Girls Town (1959) and Gone with the Wind (1939). She was married to Robert B. Boyce and Macgregor Douglas. She died on May 12, 2010 in Palm Springs, California. See full bio »

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 1971 Wild Rovers (uncredited)
 1967-1969 Star Trek (TV Series)
Girl #2 / Yeoman Mears
- The Way to Eden (1969) ... Girl #2
 1967 Batman (TV Series)
Josie
- The Joker's Epitaph (1967) ... Josie
- The Joker's Last Laugh (1967) ... Josie
 1965 Sally and Sam (TV Short)
Nurse
 1961 Atlantis, the Lost Continent
Girl (uncredited)
 1960 Cimarron
Sadie (uncredited)
 1959 Girls Town
Eleanor
 1959 The Beat Generation
Beatnik (uncredited)
 1959 Night of the Quarter Moon
Teenager (uncredited)
 1958 Andy Hardy Comes Home
Girl #1 (uncredited)
 1958 Handle with Care
Student (uncredited)
 1957 Until They Sail
Local Girl (uncredited)
 1957 Raintree County
Girl (uncredited)
 1957 The Joker Is Wild
Chorine (uncredited)
 1948 Canon City
Myrna
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 2004 Kiss 'N' Tell: Romance in the 23rd Century (Video short)
Girl
 2004 Reflections on Spock (Video short)
Herself
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Alternate Names:

Phyllis Hodges
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Trivia:

She is the daughter of famous Assistant Director, Ridgeway Callow, and Peggy Watts. See more »

Star Sign:

Leo

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