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Lana Wood



The younger sister of actress Natalie Wood, Lana Wood made her first film appearance at age ten, playing Natalie as a child in John Ford's classic Western The Searchers (1956). It would be nearly a decade before Lana began her performing career in earnest, co-starring in the 20th Century Fox TV series The Long, Hot Summer (1965) and Peyton Place (1966-1967 season) as, respectively, Eula Harker and Sandy Webber. Projecting a sexier image than sister Natalie, Lana was supremely suited for such film roles as Plenty O'Toole in the 1970 James Bond flick Diamonds Are Forever. She later essayed the more sedate characterization of middle-aged matron Fran Burke in the CBS daytime drama Capitol. In 1985, Lana Wood published the biographical Natalie: A Memoir.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Deadly Renovations
  • Actor
2010
No Score Yet The Book of Ruth: Journey of Faith
  • Tani
2009
No Score Yet Satan's Mistress
  • Actor
1982
No Score Yet Demon Rage
  • Lisa
1982
No Score Yet Justin Morgan Had a Horse
  • Kathleen
1981
No Score Yet Captain America
  • Yolanda
1979
No Score Yet A Question of Guilt
  • Actor
1978
No Score Yet Speed Trap
  • Actor
1978
No Score Yet Speedtrap
  • New Blosom
1978
No Score Yet Grayeagle
  • Beth Colter
1977
No Score Yet Little Ladies of the Night
  • Actor
1977
No Score Yet Nightmare in Badham County
  • Smitty
1976
No Score Yet A Place Called Today
  • Carolyn Schneider
1972
67% Diamonds Are Forever
  • Plenty O'Toole
1971
No Score Yet The Over-the-Hill Gang Rides Again
  • Actor
1970
No Score Yet Black Water Gold
  • Eagan Ryan
1969
No Score Yet Five Finger Exercise
  • Mary
1962
100% The Searchers
  • Debbie as a Child
1956

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