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Mara Lynn (I) (1927–1988)

Mara Lynn was born on July 17, 1927 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Mara Lynn Mosier. She is known for her work on Let's Make Love (1960), Prehistoric Women (1950) and Leave It to the Marines (1951). She was married to Harold Conrad. She died on April 6, 1988 in Freeport, Bahamas. See full bio »


(age 60) in Freeport, Bahamas

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Let's Make Love
Let's Make Love Lily Nyles
Prehistoric Women
Leave It to the Marines
Leave It to the Marines Myrna McAllister
Sky High
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 1970 Maidstone
 1968 Wild 90
 1964 The Nut House!! (TV Movie)
 1962-1963 Car 54, Where Are You? (TV Series)
General / Con Gang Woman With Curlers
- Toody & Muldoon Meet the Russians (1963) ... General
- Remember St. Petersburg (1962) ... Con Gang Woman With Curlers (uncredited)
 1960 Let's Make Love
Lily Nyles
 1959 Last Train from Gun Hill
Minnie (uncredited)
 1955 Artists and Models (uncredited)
 1955 The Colgate Comedy Hour (TV Series)
- Episode #5.13 (1955)
 1954 Top Banana
Dancer (uncredited)
 1953 The Affairs of Dobie Gillis
Dean's Secretary (uncredited)
 1951-1953 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
Dancer in American Dance skit
- Episode #2.25 (1953)
- Smokeless Sunday (1951) ... Dancer in American Dance skit
 1951 Sky High
 1951 Leave It to the Marines
Myrna McAllister
 1951 G.I. Jane
Pvt. Pilsnick
 1950 Prehistoric Women
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 1951 Sky High (creator: specialty dance)
 1951 Leave It to the Marines (creator: specialty dance)

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Stage: Understudy (as "Melissa Peabody" / "Vera von Stobel"; final Broadway role) in "Children From Their Games" on Broadway. Written by Irwin Shaw. Directed by Sam Wanamaker. Morosco Theatre: 11 Apr 1963-13 Apr 1963 (4 performances + 2 previews that began on 10 Apr 1963). Cast: Peggy Cass (as "Vera von Stobel"), Martin Gabel (as "... See more »

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Brassy, busty blonde actress and dancer, of Swedish descent. Appeared on Broadway in the musical revue "Inside U.S.A." in 1948. Discovered for the screen by producer Hal B. Wallis in 1950.

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