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Barbara Luna



Of Hungarian-Philippine heritage, Barbara Luna was a stage actress from childhood. In 1949, Luna was cast as one of Ezio Pinza's children in South Pacific; she can be heard on the original cast album, singing the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical's opening number "Dites Moi, Pourquoi?" She went on to appear in such Broadway productions as The King and I, Teahouse of the August Moon and A Chorus Line. In films from 1958, Luna has usually been seen in exotic ethnic roles in films like The Devil at Four O'Clock (1961) and Five Weeks in a Balloon (1961). Star Trek fans still send her complimentary letters for her performance as Marlene Moreau in the 1967 ST installment "Mirror Mirror." Her most recent film credit was 1992's Lady Against the Odds. Barbara Luna has been married to actors Doug McClure and Alan Arkin.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
60% Noriega: God's Favorite
  • Mama Amador
2000
No Score Yet Lady Against the Odds
  • Lily Norton
1992
No Score Yet Concrete Jungle
  • Cat
1982
No Score Yet The Hanged Man
  • Soledad Villegas
1974
No Score Yet The Gatling Gun
  • Leona
1972
No Score Yet Che!
  • Anita Marquez
1969
No Score Yet Firecreek
  • Meli
1968
No Score Yet Fire Creek
  • Actor
1968
No Score Yet Winchester '73
  • Meriden
1967
No Score Yet Legend of Jud Starr
  • Actor
1967
81% Ship of Fools
  • Amparo
1965
No Score Yet Mail Order Bride
  • Marietta
1964
No Score Yet Dime With a Halo
  • Juanita
1963
No Score Yet Five Weeks in a Balloon
  • Makia
1962
No Score Yet The Devil at 4 O'clock
  • Camille
1961
No Score Yet Buck Rogers in the 25th Century - The Guardians
  • Actor

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT
No Score Yet Star Trek
1966-1969
  • Marlena Moreau

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