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Betta St John

Highest Rated:   67% Horror Hotel (1961)
Lowest Rated:   33% The Robe (1953)
Birthday:   Not Available
Birthplace:   Not Available
Discovered by Rodgers and Hammerstein, actress/singer/dancer Betta St. John played a small role in the 1945 Broadway musical Carousel. Four years later, St. John created the character of Liat in R&H's Pulitzer Prize-winning musical hit South Pacific. She followed the production to London, where she would remain for the better part of the 1950s. In films, St. John was cast in exotically regal roles in such films as Dream Wife (1953), The Robe (1953) and The Student Prince (1954). As her film career drew to close, Betta St. John was seen as a "Jane substitute" in a pair of Tarzan features starring Gordon Scott.

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Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Corridors of Blood
  • Susan
1963
67% Horror Hotel
  • Richard Barlow
1961
No Score Yet Tarzan The Magnificient
  • Fay Ames
1960
No Score Yet The Snorkel
  • Jean Edwards
1958
No Score Yet High Tide at Noon
  • Joanna
1957
No Score Yet Alias John Preston
  • Sally Sandford
1955
No Score Yet The Naked Dawn
  • Maria Lopez
1955
No Score Yet The Law vs. Billy the Kid
  • Nita Maxwell
1954
60% The Student Prince
  • Princess Johanna
1954
No Score Yet Dangerous Mission
  • Mary Tiller
1954
No Score Yet All the Brothers Were Valiant
  • Native Girl
1953
33% The Robe
  • Miriam
1953
No Score Yet Dream Wife
  • Tarji
1953

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