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Connie Francis



From the late 1950s through the early 1960s, Connie Francis, born Constance Franconero, was one of the most popular female singers in America with hits including "Who's Sorry Now?", "Stupid Cupid", and "Everybody's Somebody's Fool". In 1960, she debuted in the youth-oriented film Where the Boys Are, the title song providing her with another hit. She appeared in three similar films through 1965. In 1984 Francis released her autobiography, Who's Sorry Now, wherein she candidly discusses her career ups and downs and reveals the details of her emotional despondence following her brother's murder and her own vicious rape in 1974. Connie Francis continued to perform on concert tours even into the early 1990s.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Rock 'n' Roll Jukebox
  • Actor
2006
No Score Yet The Sights and Sounds of Christmas
  • Actor
2005
No Score Yet Red, White and Rock
  • Actor
2003
No Score Yet Bobby Darin: Beyond the Song
  • Actor
1998
No Score Yet Connie Francis: A Legend in Concert
  • Actor
1991
100% Roger & Me
  • Herself
1989
No Score Yet When The Boys Meet The Girls
  • Actor
1965
No Score Yet Looking For Love
  • Actor
1964
No Score Yet Follow The Boys
  • Actor
1963
83% Where the Boys Are
  • Angie
1960
No Score Yet The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw
  • Actor
1958
No Score Yet Jamboree
  • Freda Holloway (singing voice)
1958
No Score Yet Rock Rock Rock!
  • Dubbed singing for Tuesday Weld
1956

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