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Years active
  
1947–99

Name
  
Arlene Dahl

Role
  
Actress


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Full Name
  
Arlene Carol Dahl

Born
  
August 11, 1925 (age 98) (
1925-08-11
)

Occupation
  
Actress, businesswoman, columnist

Children
  
Lorenzo Lamas, Carole Holmes McCarthy, Rounsevelle Andreas "Sonny" Schaum

Spouse
  
Marc Rosen (m. 1984)

Books
  
Arlene Dahl's Lovescopes: The Astrological Key to a More Exciting, Fulfilling Love Life

Parents
  
Idelle Swan Dahl, Rudolph S. Dahl

Movies
  
Journey to the Center of the Earth, Slightly Scarlet, Three Little Words, The Outriders, Land Raiders

Similar People
  

Kreskin meets actress Arlene Dahl and performs amazing telephone trick


Arlene Carol Dahl (born August 11, 1925) is an American actress and former Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer contract star, who achieved notability during the 1950s. She has three children, the eldest of whom is actor Lorenzo Lamas.

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Personal life

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Dahl was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, of Norwegian descent, to Idelle (née Swan) and Rudolph S. Dahl, a Ford Motor dealer and executive. She cites her year of birth as 1928, although her birth record (1925-43442), available through the Minnesota Historical Society, shows she was born on August 11, 1925. An August 13, 2014 article in The New York Social Diary by David Patrick Columbia, entitled "Losses and Gains", references her 89th birthday celebration with her husband, children and family.

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After graduating from Washburn High School, she held various jobs, including performing in a local drama group and briefly working as a model for department stores. Dahl's mother was involved in local amateur theatre. As a child, Dahl took elocution and dancing lessons and was active in theatrical events at Margaret Fuller Elementary School, Ramsey Junior High School and Washburn Senior High School. Dahl briefly attended the University of Minnesota.

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In the early 1950s, she met actor Lex Barker; they wed on April 16, 1951, and divorced the following year, and Dahl went on to marry another matinee idol, Fernando Lamas. (Barker later married Lana Turner.) In 1958, Dahl and Lamas had their only child, Lorenzo Lamas. Shortly after giving birth to Lorenzo, Dahl slowed and eventually ended her career as an actress, although she still appeared in movies and on television occasionally.

Dahl and Lamas divorced in 1960, and Dahl later remarried. In addition to Lorenzo Lamas, Dahl has two other children: a daughter Christina Carole Holmes (born August 3, 1961) by third husband Christian R. Holmes, and a second son, Rounsevelle Andreas Schaum (born December 8, 1970), by her fifth husband, Rounsevelle W. Schaum. She has six grandchildren, one of whom is Shayne Lamas, and two great-grandchildren, and divides her time between New York City and West Palm Beach, Florida. Dahl has been married to Marc Rosen, a packaging designer, since 1984.

Career

Dahl began her acting career in 1947. She reached the peak of her popularity and success in the 1950s. Her films include: Reign of Terror (1949), Three Little Words (1950), Slightly Scarlet (1956), and Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959).

Dahl was both a mystery guest and a panelist on the CBS game show What's My Line?. In 1953, she hosted ABC's anthology series The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse. In 1960, she played the role of Lucy Belle in the episode "That Taylor Affair" of Riverboat, alongside Darren McGavin.

She appeared on ABC's soap opera One Life to Live from 1981-84 as Lucinda Schenck Wilson. The character was planned as a short-termed role (she guest-starred from late 1981 to early 1982 and in late 1982), but Dahl was later offered a one-year contract to appear on the series from September 1983 to October 1984. Her last feature film, which followed a hiatus of more than two decades, was Night of the Warrior (1991), which co-starred her son, Lorenzo Lamas.

Dahl began writing a syndicated beauty column in 1952, and opened Arlene Dahl Enterprises in 1954, marketing cosmetics and designer lingerie. After closing her company in 1967, she began working as a vice president at ad agency Kenyon and Eckhardt that same year. Dahl moved to Sears Roebuck as director of beauty products in 1970, earning nearly $750,000 annually, but left in 1975 to found her short-lived fragrance company Dahlia. She entered the field of astrology in the 1980s, writing a syndicated column and later operating a premium phoneline company. Dahl has written more than two dozen books on the topics of beauty and astrology.

Filmography

Actress
1999
Air America (TV Series) as
Cynthia Garland
- Eye of the Storm (1999) - Cynthia Garland
1995
Renegade (TV Series) as
Elaine Carlisle / Virginia Biddle
- Sex, Lies and Activewear (1997) - Elaine Carlisle
- Family Ties (1995) - Virginia Biddle
1991
Night of the Warrior as
Edie Keane
1988
A Place to Hide
1979
The Love Boat (TV Series) as
Jessica York / Ellen Kirkwood / Natalie Martin / ...
- Who Killed Maxwell Thorn? (1987) - Jessica York
- The Misunderstanding/Love Below Decks/The End Is Near (1983) - Ellen Kirkwood
- She Stole His Heart/Return of the Captain's Brother/Swag and Mag (1980) - Natalie Martin
- Ages of Man/Bo 'n Sam/Families (1979) - Monica Cross
1983
One Life to Live (TV Series) as
Lucinda Schenck / Lucinda Schenk
- Episode dated 12 January 1984 (1984) - Lucinda Schenck
- Episode dated 10 January 1984 (1984) - Lucinda Schenck
- Episode dated 16 November 1983 (1983) - Lucinda Schenck
- Episode dated 9 November 1983 (1983) - Lucinda Schenk
1981
Fantasy Island (TV Series) as
Amelia Selby
- Also Rans/Portrait of Solange (1981) - Amelia Selby
1976
Jigsaw John (TV Series)
- Sand Trap (1976)
1971
The Deadly Dream (TV Movie) as
Connie
1971
Love, American Style (TV Series)(segment "Love and the Teddy Bear")
- Love and the Heist/Love and the Love Potion/Love and the Teddy Bear (1971) - (segment "Love and the Teddy Bear")
1970
All My Children (TV Series) as
Lady Lucille (1995)
1969
Du blé en liasses as
Barbara Boyer
1969
Land Raiders as
Martha Cardenas
1969
The Pleasure Pit as
Laureen
1968
Laugh-In (TV Series) as
Guest Performer
- Guest Starring Robert Culp and France Nuyen (1968) - Guest Performer (uncredited)
- Guest Starring Eve Arden (1968) - Guest Performer (uncredited)
1968
Les poneyttes as
Shoura Cassidy
1965
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (TV Series) as
Valerie
- Perilous Times (1965) - Valerie
1963
Burke's Law (TV Series) as
Maggie French / Gloria Cooke / Eva Martinelli / ...
- Who Killed Mr. Colby in Ladies' Lingerie? (1965) - Maggie French
- Who Killed Everybody? (1964) - Gloria Cooke
- Who Killed Snooky Martinelli? (1964) - Eva Martinelli
- Who Killed Alex Debbs? (1963) - Princess Kortzoff
1964
Kisses for My President as
Doris Reid Weaver
1960
Riverboat (TV Series) as
Lucy Belle
- That Taylor Affair (1960) - Lucy Belle
1959
Journey to the Center of the Earth as
Carla Göteborg
1958
Opening Night (TV Series) as
Host
1957
She Played with Fire as
Sarah Moreton
1956
Wicked as They Come as
Kathleen 'Kathy' Allen, nee Allenborg
1956
Slightly Scarlet as
Dorothy Lyons
1954
The Ford Television Theatre (TV Series) as
Jody Hill / Mary McNeill
- All That Glitters (1955) - Jody Hill
- Wedding March (1954) - Mary McNeill
1954
Lux Video Theatre (TV Series) as
Ilsa Lund / Marianne Stuart
- Casablanca (1955) - Ilsa Lund
- September Affair (1954) - Marianne Stuart
1954
Bengal Brigade as
Vivian Morrow
1954
Woman's World as
Carol Talbot
1953
The Diamond Queen as
Queen Maya
1953
Here Come the Girls as
Irene Bailey
1953
Sangaree as
Nancy Darby
1953
Jamaica Run as
Ena Dacey
1953
Desert Legion as
Morjana
1952
Caribbean as
Christine MacAllister
1951
No Questions Asked as
Ellen Sayburn
1951
Inside Straight as
Lily Douvane
1950
Watch the Birdie as
Lucia Corlane
1950
Three Little Words as
Eileen Percy
1950
The Outriders as
Jen Gort
1950
Ambush as
Ann Duverall
1949
Scene of the Crime as
Gloria Conovan
1949
Reign of Terror as
Madelon
1948
A Southern Yankee as
Sallyann Weatharby
1948
The Bride Goes Wild as
Tillie Smith Oliver
1947
My Wild Irish Rose as
Rose Donovan
1947
Life with Father as
Girl at Delmonico's (uncredited)
Costume Department
1956
Slightly Scarlet (negligee: Arlene Dahl - as Arlene Dahl Creations)
Costume Designer
1956
Slightly Scarlet (as Arlene Dahl Creations)
Soundtrack
1966
The Bob Hope Show (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- "15 of My Leading Ladies" or "Richard Burton Eat Your Heart Out". (1966) - (performer: "I Believe In You")
1953
Here Come the Girls (performer: "It's Torment", "See the Circus")
1951
Inside Straight (performer: "What Can a Poor Maiden Do")
1950
Three Little Words (performer: "All Alone Monday"--, "You Smiled at Me", "I Love You So Much" - uncredited)
Thanks
2022
The 28th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (TV Special) (in memory of)
2014
Private Screenings (TV Series) (special thanks - 1 episode)
- Robert Osborne (2014) - (special thanks)
Self
-
Hereafter Musical (Short) (post-production) as
Self
2021
Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (Documentary) as
Self
2014
Private Screenings (TV Series) as
Self
- Robert Osborne (2014) - Self
2013
Spotlight on Broadway (TV Series) as
Self
- The Music Maestros (2013) - Self
2010
Lex Barker Documentary (Documentary) as
Self
2010
The Byron Janis Story (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
2009
Ron Russell's Set the Record Straight (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Arlene Dahl (2009) - Self - Guest
2009
Hollywood Singing & Dancing: A Musical History - 1960's (Video documentary) as
Self
2009
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1930s: Dancing Away the Great Depression (Video documentary) as
Self
2009
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1940s: Stars, Stripes and Singing (Video documentary) as
Self
2009
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1950s: The Golden Era of the Musical (Video documentary) as
Self
2008
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History (Video documentary) as
Self
2008
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
2004
Biography (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Ava Gardner: Another Touch of Venus (2004) - Self
2000
Larry King Live (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 15 November 2003 (2003) - Self
- Episode dated 12 December 2002 (2002) - Self
- Episode dated 8 June 2000 (2000) - Self
2003
The Hollywood Bowl: Music Under the Stars (TV Movie documentary) as
Self - Interviewee
2003
Hollywood Squares (TV Series) as
Self - Panelist
- Episode dated 9 May 2003 (2003) - Self - Panelist
- Episode dated 8 May 2003 (2003) - Self - Panelist
- Episode dated 7 May 2003 (2003) - Self - Panelist
- Episode dated 6 May 2003 (2003) - Self - Panelist
- Episode dated 5 May 2003 (2003) - Self - Panelist
2003
Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There (Documentary) as
Self
2001
Ronald Reagan: The Hollywood Years, the Presidential Years (Video documentary) as
Self
2001
The 15th Annual American Comedy Awards (TV Special) as
Self
1998
Glorious Technicolor (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
1998
The Rosie O'Donnell Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 8 October 1998 (1998) - Self
1998
E! True Hollywood Story (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- The Kennedys: Power, Seduction and Hollywood (1998) - Self
1994
Vicki! (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 9 March 1994 (1994) - Self
1994
Whicker's World (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Aboard the Real Orient Express (1994) - Self
1987
Happy 100th Birthday, Hollywood (TV Special documentary) as
Self
1985
Family Feud (TV Series) as
Self
- Hollywood Walk of Fame Special 2 (1985) - Self
- Hollywood Walk of Fame Special 1 (1985) - Self
1984
Celebrity Chefs (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
1982
Night of 100 Stars (TV Special) as
Self
1977
The 49th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Audience Member
1962
The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series) as
Self - Actress / Self - Co-Hostess / Self - Co-Host / ...
1974
Tattletales (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #2.26 (1974) - Self (as Skip & Arlene)
- Episode #2.24 (1974) - Self (as Skip & Arlene)
1965
The Merv Griffin Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Claudine Longet, Arlene Dahl, Luciana Avedon, Desmond Guinness (1973) - Self
- Arlene Dahl, Jack Bradford, Carroll Righter, Mike Garrett, The Huggers (1971) - Self
- Jacqueline Bisset, Arlene Dahl, Marty Allen, the Edwin Hawkins Singers (1970) - Self
- Robert Goulet, Peggy Cass, David Susskind, Arlene Dahl, Gilbert Price, Bob & Ray (1969) - Self
- Arlene Dahl, Alexis Ichine, Donna Jean Young, Reni Santoni, Carmel Quinn (1966) - Self
- Gene Kelly, Jackie Mason, Arlene Dahl, Karen Morrow, Merriman Smith (1966) - Self
- Arlene Dahl, Phil Spector, Paula Wayne, Jerome Hines, Reni Santoni, Renee Taylor (1965) - Self
1973
The Film Society Of Lincoln Center Annual Gala Tribute to Fred Astaire (TV Movie) as
Self
1972
Joanne Carson's VIPs (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.70 (1972) - Self
1972
What's My Line? (TV Series) as
Self - Mystery Guest
- Arlene Dahl (1972) - Self - Mystery Guest
1972
The 26th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Presenter
1971
V.I.P.-Schaukel (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Episode #1.2 (1971) - Self
1971
The Lee Phillip Show (TV Series) as
Self
- John Saxon and Arlene Dahl (1971) - Self
1970
Life with Linkletter (TV Series) as
Self
- Ross Perot, Arlene Dahl (1970) - Self
1969
Philbin's People (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.14 (1969) - Self
1969
The David Frost Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #2.25 (1969) - Self
1969
The Dennis Wholey Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.31 (1969) - Self
1969
Della (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.26 (1969) - Self
1968
Laugh-In (TV Series) as
Self
- Victor Borge, Rosemary Clooney, Arlene Dahl, Phil Harris, George Kirby, the Banana Splits (1968) - Self (uncredited)
1968
The Joey Bishop Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #2.230 (1968) - Self
- Episode #2.137 (1968) - Self
1968
Girl Talk (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 24 April 1968 (1968) - Self
1968
Your Choice for the Film Awards (TV Series) as
Self - Co-Host
- Episode #1.3 (1968) - Self - Co-Host
1968
Guess My Sign (TV Series) as
Self
- Arlene Dahl, Pearl Bailey, Bobby Vinton (1968) - Self
1967
Las Vegas (TV Series) as
Self
- Premiere Show (1967) - Self
1962
Password (TV Series) as
Self / Self - Celebrity Contestant
- Episode dated 24 January 1967 (1967) - Self
- Episode dated 23 January 1967 (1967) - Self
- Arlene Dahl vs. Darren McGavin - Day 5 (1962) - Self
- Arlene Dahl vs. Darren McGavin - Day 4 (1962) - Self - Celebrity Contestant
- Arlene Dahl vs. Darren McGavin - Day 3 (1962) - Self - Celebrity Contestant
- Arlene Dahl vs. Darren McGavin - Day 2 (1962) - Self
- Arlene Dahl vs. Darren McGavin: Day 1 (1962) - Self
1957
I've Got a Secret (TV Series) as
Self - Guest / Self - Panelist
- Episode dated 14 November 1966 (1966) - Self - Guest
- Episode dated 9 July 1958 (1958) - Self - Guest
- Episode dated 11 December 1957 (1957) - Self - Panelist
1952
The Bob Hope Show (TV Series) as
Self
- "15 of My Leading Ladies" or "Richard Burton Eat Your Heart Out". (1966) - Self
- Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Jimmy Durante, Rex Harrison, Lili Palmer, Eddie Cantor, Faye Emerson, Janis Paige, Jinx Falkenburg, Ted McCrary, Lex Barker, Arlene Dahl (1952) - Self
1963
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (TV Series) as
Self - Guest / Self
- Charlie Brill, Arlene Dahl, Pat Fontaine, Milt Kamen, Mitzi McCall, Mel Tormé (1966) - Self
- Ed McMahon and Skitch Henderson (guest hosts); Edie Adams, Arlene Dahl, Producer Alexander Cohen (1965) - Self - Guest
- Arlene Dahl, Robert Coote (1964) - Self - Guest
- Arlene Dahl, Henry Morgan, Jake Ehrlich (1964) - Self - Guest
- Arlene Dahl, Robert Merrill, Jan Peerce (1964) - Self - Guest
- Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall, Arlene Dahl (1963) - Self - Guest
- Larry Blyden, Arlene Dahl, Louis Nye, The Hi-Lo's (1963) - Self - Guest
1965
Au-delà de l'écran (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 3 October 1965 (1965) - Self
1965
Gypsy (TV Series) as
Self
- Arlene Dahl, Sam Jaffe, Irma the Body (1965) - Self
- Lee Remick, Arlene Dahl, Martin Ransohoff (1965) - Self
1965
The Eamonn Andrews Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.33 (1965) - Self
1965
The 37th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Accepting Award for Walter Lassally
1964
The Object Is (TV Series) as
Self
- Carl Ballantine, Arlene Dahl, Barry Sullivan (1964) - Self
1963
You Don't Say (TV Series) as
Self
- Arlene Dahl and Barry Sullivan (1964) - Self
- Dean Jones and Arlene Dahl - Day 5 (1963) - Self
- Dean Jones and Arlene Dahl - Day 4 (1963) - Self
- Dean Jones and Arlene Dahl - Day 3 (1963) - Self
- Dean Jones and Arlene Dahl - Day 2 (1963) - Self
- Dean Jones and Arlene Dahl (1963) - Self
1964
The New Steve Allen Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 2 January 1964 (1964) - Self
1963
The David Susskind Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 10 November 1963 (1963) - Self
1963
To Tell the Truth (TV Series) as
Self - Panelist / Self
- Abe Burrows, Arlene Dahl, Phyllis Newman, Eli Wallach - day 5 (1963) - Self - Panelist
- Abe Burrows, Arlene Dahl, Phyllis Newman, Eli Wallach - day 4 (1963) - Self - Panelist
- Abe Burrows, Arlene Dahl, Phyllis Newman, Eli Wallach - day 3 (1963) - Self - Panelist
- Abe Burrows, Arlene Dahl, Phyllis Newman, Eli Wallach - day 2 (1963) - Self - Panelist
- Abe Burrows, Arlene Dahl, Phyllis Newman, Eli Wallach, (Dave DeBusschere contestant) (1963) - Self
1962
The Tonight Show (TV Series) as
Self - Actress
- Episode #1.112 (1962) - Self - Actress
1962
The Tonight Show Starring Jack Paar (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #5.223 (1962) - Self
- Episode #5.157 (1962) - Self
- Episode #5.153 (1962) - Self
- Episode #5.122 (1962) - Self
1962
The 19th Annual Golden Globe Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Presenter
1960
Here's Hollywood (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.55 (1960) - Self
1960
Celebrity Talent Scouts (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 22 August 1960 (1960) - Self
1960
The 32nd Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Presenter
1954
What's My Line? (TV Series) as
Self - Mystery Guest / Self - Cameo
- Arlene Dahl (2) (1959) - Self - Mystery Guest
- Fernando Lamas (1954) - Self - Cameo
- Arlene Dahl (1954) - Self - Mystery Guest
1959
The Juke Box Jury (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 29 May 1959 (1959) - Self
1953
The Arthur Murray Party (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #9.2 (1958) - Self
- Episode #4.39 (1953) - Self
- Episode #4.38 (1953) - Self
1958
The Eddie Fisher Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Arlene Dahl/Gordon MacRae/Dick Shawn (1958) - Self
1957
Person to Person (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Episode #5.13 (1957) - Self
1957
High Low Quiz (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.7 (1957) - Self
- Episode #1.6 (1957) - Self
1957
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall (TV Series) as
Self
- Arlene Dahl, Pat Boone (1957) - Self
1957
The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (TV Series) as
Self - Singer
- Yehudi Menuhin, Arlene Dahl, Aldo Ray, Robert Ryan, Brenda Lee, the Hilltoppers (1957) - Self - Singer
1956
Film Fanfare (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.1 (1956) - Self
1954
The Milton Berle Show (TV Series) as
Self - Actress
- Episode #7.2 (1954) - Self - Actress
1953
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse (TV Series) as
Self - Hostess / Self - Host
- The Grey and Gold Dress (1954) - Self - Hostess
- The Silence (1954) - Self - Hostess
- Open Season (1954) - Self - Hostess
- Don't You Remember? (1954) - Self - Hostess
- Taps for a Hoofer (1954) - Self - Hostess
- His Brother's Girl (1954) - Self - Hostess
- Live a Little (1954) - Self - Hostess
- A Far, Far Better Thing (1954) - Self - Hostess
- The Psychophonic Nurse (1954) - Self - Hostess
- Too Gloomy for Private Puskin (1954) - Self - Hostess
- Farewell Performance (1954) - Self - Hostess
- Account Closed (1954) - Self - Host
- The Gold Thumb (1954) - Self - Hostess
- Miss Darkness (1954) - Self - Hostess
- Who Is Sylvia? (1953) - Self - Hostess
- Death Makes a Pass (1953) - Self - Hostess
- The Motive Goes Round and Round (1953) - Self - Hostess
- Vacation Wife (1953) - Self - Hostess
- Frozen Escape (1953) - Self - Hostess
- Claire (1953) - Self - Hostess
- The House Nobody Wanted (1953) - Self - Hostess
- Melody in Black (1953) - Self - Hostess
- The Ragged Stranger (1953) - Self - Hostess
- Death Has a System (1953) - Self - Hostess
- The Night Light at Vorden's (1953) - Self - Hostess
- Wait for Me Downstairs (1953) - Self - Hostess
- When a Lovely Woman (1953) - Self - Hostess
1953
The Walter Winchell Show (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode dated 10 May 1953 (1953) - Self - Guest
1952
Your Show of Shows (TV Series) as
Self - Guest Performer
- Episode #3.33 (1952) - Self - Guest Performer
1951
The Frank Sinatra Show (TV Series) as
Self - Singer / Self
- Episode #2.8 (1951) - Self - Singer
- Episode #2.7 (1951) - Self
1951
The Colgate Comedy Hour (TV Series) as
Self - Actress
- Host: Donald O'Connor; Guests: Ed Wynn, Arlene Dahl, Walter Catlett, Douglas Fowley, Mary Hatcher, The Ungar Twins, Sid Miller, Al Goodman & his Orchestra (1951) - Self - Actress
Archive Footage
2021
TCM Remembers 2021 (TV Special) as
Self / actress
2017
The Best of Hollywood (TV Series documentary) as
Self - Interviewee
- Episode dated 20 November 2018 (2018) - Self - Interviewee
- Episode dated 15 November 2018 (2018) - Self - Interviewee
- Episode dated 10 November 2018 (2018) - Self - Interviewee
- Episode dated 8 November 2018 (2018) - Self - Interviewee
- Episode dated 2 November 2017 (2017) - Self - Interviewee
- Episode dated 27 September 2017 (2017) - Self - Interviewee
2014
TCM: Twenty Classic Moments (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
2006
Two Swell Guys (Documentary short) as
Self
1994
That's Entertainment! III (Documentary) as
Performer in Clip from 'Three Little Words' (uncredited)
1985
That's Dancing! (Documentary) as
Archival footage from 'Three Little Words'
1974
That's Entertainment! (Documentary) as
Self - at Banquet (uncredited)
1971
The Dick Cavett Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Gov. Ronald Reagan/Bob Newhart/James Wong Howe (1971) - Self
1967
Mondo Hollywood (Documentary) as
Self (uncredited)
1955
The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #8.34 (1955) - Self
1951
The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Story (Documentary)
1949
Some of the Best: Twenty-Five Years of Motion Picture Leadership (Documentary short) as
Self (uncredited)

References

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