Actress Phyllis Douglas
began her career in films as a child, making her screen debut as the young Bonnie Blue Butler, daughter of Rhett and Scarlett, in the classic Gone with the Wind
in 1939. She was featured onscreen atop a horse in a scene with Clark Gable
. She returned to the screen as an adult, appearing as Yeoman Mears in the 1967 Star Trek
episode The Galileo Seven. She also appeared in a small role on the 1969 episode The Way to Eden.
She was born Phyllis Callow in Hollywood on July 24, 1936, the daughter of leading second unit director Ridgeway Callow
and Ziegfeld showgirl Margaret Watts
She was featured in a small role in the 1961 film Atlantis, the Lost Continent
, and was Josie Miller in a 1967 episode of Batman
with Cesar Romero
as the Joker.
Douglas died in Palm Springs, California on May 12, 2010 at age 73.