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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[When asked if there were any recent movies she would like to have starred in 1994] I thought for a bit and almost said the dinosaur in Jurassic Park because that's about the strongest woman's role these days.
Her mother was a famous Swedish blonde model in New York who made the cover of Harper's and other major magazines, and later appeared in the Al Jolson
show "Dancing Around" at the Wintergarden Theater for two years and progressed from understudy to leading role. Her father was a non-professional (insurance man). Her parents divorced when Rhonda was ten.
Red hair, blue eyes and pale skin
The Queen of Technicolor