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Dolores Hart

Highest Rated:   100% King Creole (1958)
Lowest Rated:   83% Where the Boys Are (1960)
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Dolores Hart was raised by her grandparents in Chicago. Not yet out of her teens, Hart was discovered by producer Hal Wallis, who cast her as Elvis' new leading lady in both Loving You (1957) and King Creole (1959). She appeared on Broadway in 1959's The Pleasure of His Company, then returned to Hollywood for her best remembered film, Where the Boys Are (1960). Her pious, reverent comments to interviewers while filming 1961's Francis of Assisi may have seemed like so much hype to Tinseltown cynics; but as it turned out, Hart's religiosity was very real. In 1963, Dolores Hart gave up her $50,000-per-picture career to enter a Benedictine order of nuns in Connecticut; after several years' probation as sister Judith, she matriculated to "Mother Dolores," which she remains to this day.

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MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet God Is The Bigger Elvis
  • Actor
2012
No Score Yet Come Fly with Me
  • Donna Stuart
1963
No Score Yet Lisa
  • Lisa Held
1962
No Score Yet Francis of Assisi
  • Clare Scefi
1961
83% Where the Boys Are
  • Merritt Andrews
1960
No Score Yet The Plunderers
  • Ellie Walters
1960
100% King Creole
  • Nellie
1958
No Score Yet Lonelyhearts
  • Justy Sargent
1958
No Score Yet Wild Is the Wind
  • Angie
1957
No Score Yet Loving You
  • Susan
1957

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