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Jeri Archer (1917–1993)

Jeri Archer was born on July 16, 1917 in Summit, New Jersey, USA. She was an actress, known for Two Tickets to Paris (1962), Sweet Love, Bitter (1967) and Morals Squad (1960). She died on August 2, 1993 in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Two Tickets to Paris Mrs. Patten
Morals Squad The Madam
Playhouse 90 The Killer


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 1969 Out of It
Movie Symbol (as Geri Archer)
 1967 Sweet Love, Bitter
 1963 Square Root of Zero
 1963 The DuPont Show of the Week (TV Series)
Mrs. Webster
- Diamond Fever (1963) ... Mrs. Webster
 1962 Two Tickets to Paris
Mrs. Patten
 1960 Morals Squad
The Madam
 1958 The Phil Silvers Show (TV Series)
- Bilko Joins the Navy (1958) ... Mame
 1958 Playhouse 90 (TV Series)
The Killer
- The Time of Your Life (1958) ... The Killer
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 1963 Girl Talk (TV Series)
- Episode dated 8 March 1963 (1963) ... Herself

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Other Works:

Stage Play: Enter Laughing. Comedy. Written by Joseph Stein. Based on the novel by Carl Reiner. Production Design by Ed Wittstein. Directed by Gene Saks. Henry Miller's Theatre: 13 Mar 1963- 14 Mar 1964 (419 performances + 2 previews that began on 11 Mar 1963). Cast: Alan Arkin (as "David Kolowitz"), Vivian Blaine (as "Angela"), Irving ... See more »

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Geri Archer

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