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Cast (feature film)

Hit and Run (1957) as Julie
Illicit lovers arrange a fatal accident for the woman''''s husband.
Over-Exposed (1956) as Lily Krenshka, also known as Lila Crane
Women's Prison (1955) as Mae
A crusading psychiatrist battles a sadistic female warden to improve conditions at a women''''s prison.
Hold Back Tomorrow (1955) as Dora Garbin
Bait (1954) as Peggy
A greedy miner tries to get his beautiful wife to seduce his partner.
The Other Woman (1954) as Sherry Steward
Bit player Sherry Stewart (Cleo Moore) gets miffed when director Walter Darman (Hugo Haas) turns her down after she reads for a small part in his picture. She and her boy friend, Ronnie (Lane Fuller), devise a plan to lure Darman to her apartment, where she gives him a drugged drink. She tells Darman they had been intimate and blackmails him for $50,000. More than a little distracted by his situation, his wife (Lucille Barkeley) senses something is wrong and he gets into a violent argument with his father-in-law (Jack Macy) who owns the producing company Darman works for, and discontinues the picture. Sherry informs Darman she is going to tell his wife all about them. Darman tells his secretary (Carolee Kelly) that he is going to work late and is not to be disturbed, sets the moviola runnings, and exits by the back door and hot-foots it to Sherry's apartment. He tries to reason with her but to no avail, and strangles her in a fit of rage. The crime is first blamed on peddler Papasha (John Qualen), but Police Inspector Collins (Jan Arvan) thinks otherwise.
One Girl's Confession (1953) as Mary Adams
Another of the "Fate and Irony" films from director-writer-producer-actor Hugo Hass but this one has less hair-shirt torment than most of his offerings, although his camera, as usual, lingers provocatively on the contours of the leading lady and, in this case, the leading lady is more than well-contured. Mary Adams (the well-contured Cleo Moore) works in a tawdry waterfront restuarant where the owner not only maltreats her, he also cheated her father out of a fortune years ago. The owner acquires $25,000 in an illegal transaction, which Mary promptly steals, hides, confesses her crime and serves a short sentence. Freed, she goes to work in a restaurant owned by Dragomie Damitrod (Hugo Hass) and when he gets into trouble over a gambling debt she offers to help him by telling him where the $25,000 is hidden and she will loan him the amount he needs. But circumstances indicate that he has stolen all of the money and she clouts him on the head with a whiskey bottle, apparently killing him. She then learns that he didn't steal the money, digs it up and donates it to an orphanage and then surrenders to the police where she learns that Damitrod is not dead. Well,dang. But all is not lost as she seems to be heading for matrimony with fisherman Johnny (Glenn Langan), who has been hanging around romancing her at her various jobs between jail stints.
Thy Neighbor's Wife (1953) as Lita Vojnar
The Pace That Thrills (1952) as Ruby
A reckless motorcycle racer and his designer vie for the same beautiful blonde.
Strange Fascination (1952) as Margo
On Dangerous Ground (1952) as Myrna Bowers
A tough cop sent to help in a mountain manhunt falls for the quarry's blind sister.
Gambling House (1951) as Sally
A gambler faces deportation when he gets mixed up with murder.
Hunt the Man Down (1951) as Pat Sheldon, also known as Mrs. Packy Collins
Lawyer uncovers secrets behind a decade-old murder case.
The Great Jewel Robber (1950) as Vivacious girl
A master thief escapes from a Canadian prison farm and makes his way to New York.
Bright Leaf (1950) as Cousin Louise
Two tobacco growers battle for control of the cigarette market.
Dynamite Pass (1950) as Lulu
Highwaymen invade a road built by cowboys.
Rio Grande Patrol (1950) as Peppie
A cowboy signs on to stop gunrunners from crossing the Mexican border.
Congo Bill (1948)
Embraceable You (1948) as Blonde
When he accidentally injures a young girl, a gangster risks his freedom to nurse her.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Slander (1957) as Script Supervisor
A TV star almost loses his career and his marriage over a tabloid story.
This Could Be the Night (1957) as Script Supervisor
A schoolteacher gets a secretarial job at a gangster-run nightclub.
The Great American Pastime (1956) as Script Supervisor
A mild-mannered lawyer gets more than he bargained for when he takes over a little league team.

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