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Lillian Hamilton (I) (1917–1959)

Lillian Hamilton was born on April 10, 1917 in Ohio, USA. She was an actress, known for Outrage (1950), On the Loose (1951) and Men Into Space (1959). She died on November 8, 1959 in Palm Springs, California, USA. See full bio »


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Outrage Mrs. Walton
On the Loose
On the Loose Miss Druten
Men Into Space
Men Into Space Mrs. Bennett
Whirlybirds First Nurse / Woman


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 1960 Men Into Space (TV Series)
Mrs. Bennett
- Caves of the Moon (1960) ... Mrs. Bennett
 1958 Whirlybirds (TV Series)
Woman / First Nurse
- Baby Face (1958) ... Woman
- Fear (1958) ... First Nurse
 1957 The Sheriff of Cochise (TV Series)
Mrs. Conley
- Bank Robbery (1957) ... Mrs. Conley (as Lilian Hamilton)
 1957 The Joseph Cotten Show: On Trial (TV Series)
Mrs. Bagby
- The Case of the Forgotten Man (1957) ... Mrs. Bagby
 1956 Storm Center
Mrs. Banning (uncredited)
 1956 The 20th Century-Fox Hour (TV Series)
- Crack-Up (1956)
 1954 The Pride of the Family (TV Series)
- The Antique Watch (1954) ... May
 1953 Sweethearts on Parade
Mother (uncredited)
 1952 The Unexpected (TV Series)
- Lifeline (1952)
 1952 Phone Call from a Stranger
Nurse (uncredited)
 1951 Week-End with Father
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1951 On the Loose
Miss Druten (as Lilian Hamilton)
 1950 Outrage
Mrs. Walton (as Lilian Hamilton)

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Lilian Hamilton

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Lillian Hamilton began her career as a dancer with the Ruth St.Denis studio. At the time of her murder on November 8 1959, she worked as an actress and editor at General Film Laboratories in Hollywood. She was then known as Lillian Hamilton Lenorak and was in a relationship with the physicist Dr. Frank Back, designer of the Zoomar lens for television. A previous liaison with the film director ... See more »

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