Actress/singer Darlene Carr was 14 when she was discovered for films by Walt Disney. Darlene's Disney credits include a juvenile role in Monkeys Go Home (1965), in which she sang a duet with Maurice Chevalier; Gallegher Goes West, a 1966 TV miniseries; and the animated The Jungle Book, as the voice of the Indian girl in the final scene. Free of her Disney obligations in 1967, Darlene quickly shed her goody-two-shoes image with the role of a bikinied high schooler in The Impossible Years (1968). A frequent visitor to television, Darlene was seen in the recurring role of Karl Malden's daughter on The Streets of San Francisco (1972-77), and was a regular on The John Forsythe Show (1965), The Smith Family (1971) and The Oregon Trail (1977). She also starred as the TV sitcom world's first unwed mother in 1979's Miss Winslow and Son. Darleen Carr is the sister of Charmian Carr, who played Liesl in The Sound of Music (1965).