Arlene Dahl

Arlene Dahl

  • Highest Rated: 91% Life With Father (1947)
  • Lowest Rated: 83% Broadway: The Golden Age (2004)
  • Birthday: Aug 11, 1928
  • Birthplace: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
  • Redheaded leading lady Arlene Dahl was born, raised and educated in Minnesota. Supporting herself with innumerable day jobs, Dahl finally reached Broadway in 1945, the year before she was chosen New York's "Miss Rheingold." Her first film appearance in MGM's Life With Father (1947) was so fleeting as to be missable, but by 1948 Dahl was playing leads at MGM. In the tradition of such drop-dead-gorgeous redheads as Maureen O'Hara and Rhonda Fleming, Dahl often as not found herself cast in Technicolor swashbucklers, notably Caribbean (1952), Sangaree (1952) and Bengal Brigade (1953). In 1956 Dahl delivered an intimidatingly superb performance as a beautiful psycho in Allan Dwan's Slightly Scarlet. By the 1960s, Dahl was better known as a beauty-product promoter and glamour-advice columnist; her five marriages to such high-profile personalities as Fernando Lamas and Lex Barker also kept her in the public eye. Though her Arlene Dahl Enterprises cosmetics firm earned millions in its heyday, by the mid-1980s Dahl was broke, a fact which compelled her to resume her acting career. Arlene Dahl made her first film appearance in two decades in Night of the Warrior (1991); her co-star was her son, TV hearthrob Lorenzo Lamas.

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83% Broadway: The Golden Age Actor 2004
No Score Yet Night of the Warrior Edie Keane 1991
No Score Yet Land Raiders Martha Carden 1969
No Score Yet Kisses For My President Doris Reid Weaver 1964
86% Journey to the Center of the Earth Carla Goteborg 1959
No Score Yet She Played with Fire Sarah Moreton Branwell 1957
No Score Yet Portrait in Smoke (Wicked as They Come) Kathy Allen 1957
No Score Yet Slightly Scarlet Dorothy Lyons 1956
No Score Yet Bengal Brigade (Bengal Rifles) Vivian Morrow 1954
No Score Yet Woman's World Carol 1954
No Score Yet Here Come the Girls (Champagne for Everybody) Irene Bailey 1953
No Score Yet Sangaree Nancy Darby 1953
No Score Yet No Questions Asked Ellen Sayburn 1951
No Score Yet Inside straight Lily Douvane 1951
No Score Yet Ambush Ann Duverall 1950
No Score Yet Three Little Words Eileen Percy Ruby 1950
No Score Yet Watch The Birdie Lucia Corlane 1950
No Score Yet The Outriders Jen Gort 1950
No Score Yet Scene of the Crime Gloria Conovan 1949
No Score Yet A Southern Yankee Sallyann Weatharby 1948
91% Life With Father Girl in Delmonico's 1947
No Score Yet My Wild Irish Rose Rose Donovan 1947

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