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Irina Demick



Franco-Russian model Irina Demick was Darryl F. Zanuck's newest obsession in 1961. He cast her prominently as a French resistance fighter in his all-star The Longest Day (1962), making a point of bringing up her key scene (in which she drowns a Nazi officer) at virtually every press conference attending the film's release. In 1965, Irina was spotlighted in no fewer than seven roles in Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines, each character a different nationality. Despite Zanuck's strenuous efforts, Irina Demick never caught on with the public, and she faded from films after 1968's Prudence and the Pill.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Tragic Ceremony
  • Actor
1972
No Score Yet Goya
  • Actor
1970
No Score Yet The Sicilian Clan
  • Jeanne
1969
No Score Yet Prudence and the Pill
  • Elizabeth
1968
71% Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines
  • Brigitte/Ingrid/Marlene/Francoise/Yvette/Betty
1965
No Score Yet The Visit
  • Anya
1964
92% The Longest Day
  • Janine
1962

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