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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I'm glad I was a star back then and not now. I never had to take my clothes off to appear sexy. It was a certain look. My only regret is I didn't get to make a truly great movie like Casablanca
(1942) to be identified with. Fans come up and they keep mentioning stuff like "Yankee Pasha" or "Those Redheads from Seattle". Now come on now!
Was "discovered" by talent agent Henry Willson while a student at Beverly Hills High School.
Red hair, blue eyes and pale skin
The Queen of Technicolor