TV commercial for Lustre Creme shampoo, ending in a mention of her upcoming film While the City Sleeps
(1956) (referenced by its working title, "News Is Made at Night") (1955 or 1956)
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Rhonda Fleming Carlson
5' 6" (1.68 m)
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[About filming The Redhead and the Cowboy
(1951)]: They wanted to get a close-up of me rearing a horse without using a stunt girl. So, in the scene, I was riding up hill and I reared the horse up and it fell back on top of me. By the Grace of God I was not squashed like a bug. I was knocked unconscious. How I got up and walked away and finished that film was a miracle.
Her grandfather on her mother's side was a well known actor in Utah, John C. Graham. He also owned a theater and was editor of the local newspaper.
Red hair, blue eyes and pale skin
The Queen of Technicolor