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Carol Forman (I) (1918–1997)

Raven-haired Carol Forman's main claim to fame is the fact that she was one of the first villainesses in serials. There were a few during the silent era, but they were mainly of the regal, imperious type; Carol Forman was not afraid to use her considerable attractiveness to bamboozle the poor saps who tried to stop her nefarious plans for world ... See full bio »


(age 79) in Burbank, California, USA

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Superman Spider Lady
The Black Widow
The Black Widow Sombra, The Black Widow
Under the Tonto Rim


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 1961 Ada
Newspaper Woman (uncredited)
 1960 Surfside 6 (TV Series)
Mrs. Jordan
- Deadly Male (1960) ... Mrs. Jordan
 1953 By the Light of the Silvery Moon
Dangerous Dora (uncredited)
 1951 Oh! Susanna
Blonde (uncredited)
 1950-1951 The Cisco Kid (TV Series)
Pat Tracy / Pat Lacy / Pat Parker
- Pancho Held Hostage (1951) ... Pat Tracy
- Confession for Money (1951) ... Pat Lacy
- Lynching Story (1950) ... Pat Parker
 1949 Brothers in the Saddle
Flora Trigby
 1948 The Mozart Story
Catherine Cavallieri (new scenes)
 1948 Superman
Spider Lady
 1948 Docks of New Orleans
Nita Aguirre
 1947 Brick Bradford
Queen Khana
 1947 Under the Tonto Rim
 1947 Desperate
Mrs. Henry Roberts (uncredited)
 1947 Honeymoon
Nurse (uncredited)
 1947 Wife Tames Wolf (Short)
 1947 Code of the West
 1947 Public Prosecutor (TV Series)
Mademoiselle Landereaux
- The Case of the Innocent Lion ... Mademoiselle Landereaux
 1946 San Quentin
 1946 The Falcon's Adventure
Helen Ray
 1946 Nocturne
Receptionist (uncredited)
 1946 Follow That Blonde (Short)
 1946 From This Day Forward
Counselor in Unemployment Office (uncredited)
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5' 6" (1.68 m)

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My own regret, now, is that I didn't make more of them. I, too, was reaching for the top rung of the ladder and not wanting to be "type-cast",I turned down three times more serials than I made. See more »

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