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Carmen D'Antonio

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Cast (feature film)

Cheyenne Autumn (1964) as Pawnee woman
A reluctant Cavalry Captain must track a defiant tribe of migrating Cheyennes.
Let No Man Write My Epitaph (1960) as Exotic dancer
Residents of a Chicago tenement join forces to save a troubled teen from a life of crime.
Tank Commando (1959) as Tessie
Maracaibo (1958) as Second cabaret dancer
World for Ransom (1954) as Dancer
Made by the same production set-up on the same lot that was producing the 1953-54 "China Smith/Captain China" TV series that starred Dan Duryea as soldier-of-fortune China Smith, using many of the same players that were regulars on the TV series, including Douglass Dumbrille, as head of the British Intelligence, and the same "Singapore", British Colony colonials and China sets used on the series. In this instance, they had the good grace to actually make a "new" film rather than just paste two of the TV episodes together and sending it out as a "new" movie as many of the TV production companies were doing at the time, i.e., the producers of the "Ramar of the Jungle" and Guy Madison's "Wild Bill Hickok" series. And changed the role names of Duryea and Dumbrille, but the Duryea character is still "China Smith." And hired a good director. This time out China Smith...uh.....Mike Callahan (Dan Duryea), because of his friendship with Julian March (Patric Knowles),becomes involved with a plot to kidnap a nuclear scientist who is one of the three men in the whole wide world who knows how to detonate an H-Bomb and evidently carries most of the makings around with him. March is in league with Alexis Pederas (Gene Lockhart, less lovable than usual)and his henchman Guzik (former boxer Lou Nova and mean as usual), planning to do some blackmailing on a global scale. Lots of killing, kidnappings, crosses and double-crosses, fights and pursuits follow, plus some bit of footsie between March's wife, Frennessy (Marian Carr) and Callahan. Nothing much happens in that area either as she departs Singapore and Callahan both when neither are of further use to her. Better than the TV series because of director Robert Aldrich. And Marian Carr, who Aldrich would use later on.
The Steel Lady (1953) as Dancer
Four U.S. soldiers trapped in the Sahara find refuge in an abandoned Nazi tank.
Salome (1953) as Rebecca, Salome's servant
Herod's stepdaughter discovers Christianity through her love for a Roman centurion.
Sins of Jezebel (1953) as Solo dancer
Golden Girl (1951) as Lola Montez
Against the background of the Civil War, sixteen-year-old song-and-dance artiste Lotta Crabtree works her way across America, becoming ever more popular.
Sirocco (1951) as Dancer
A mysterious American gets mixed up with gunrunners in Syria.
Hard Boiled Mahoney (1947) as Receptionist
The Bowery Boys try to expose a phony fortune-teller.
Tycoon (1947) as Secretary
While building a tunnel through the Andes, an engineer falls in love with his possessive boss's daughter.
Kismet (1944) as Dancer in café
In the classic Arabian Nights tale, the king of the beggars enters high society to help his daughter marry a handsome prince.
The Mask of Dimitrios (1944) as Nightclub dancer
A meek novelist investigates the mysterious death of a notorious scoundrel.
Rainbow Island (1944) as Specialty dancer
A girl is raised as a native while living on a tropical island.
Coney Island (1943) as Dancer
A con man fast-talks his way into managing a Coney Island nightclub with a temperamental star.
Arabian Nights (1942) as Harem girl
Half-brothers vie for an Arabian throne and the love of a beautiful storyteller.
Road to Singapore (1940) as Pinky Noo
A runaway tycoon and his sailor buddy try to con their way through the South Seas.
The Long Voyage Home (1940) as Bumboat girl
A merchant ship's crew tries to survive the loneliness of the sea and the coming of war.
Destry Rides Again (1939) as Dancer
A deputy who''''s sworn not to shoot again takes on a corrupt town boss and a sultry saloon singer.
Another Thin Man (1939) as Dance specialty
Not even the joys of parenthood can stop married sleuths Nick and Nora Charles from investigating a murder on a Long Island estate.

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