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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[on Bing Crosby
and Bob Hope
]: Bing was so easy going and very relaxed and Bob would rehearse and rehearse. I wondered, "How did they make all those Road pictures together because their styles were so different!".
According to an interview with Ms. Fleming which was featured in an issue of "Films of the Golden Age", writer Paul Phaneuf states that Rhonda's very first taste of Hollywood came when she was 15 years old. Her mother took some pictures of her in their backyard and sent them to big-time Hollywood producer Jesse Lasky
for an upcoming show of his. She lost out in the final audition.
Red hair, blue eyes and pale skin
The Queen of Technicolor