Nancy Saunders

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The leading lady of six "Durango Kid" Westerns and at least two Three Stooges' comedy shorts, voluptuous ash-blonde Nancy Saunders came to the screen in 1946 courtesy of RKO talent scout/movie actor Donald Dillaway, who reportedly spotted her dancing at Hollywood's famed Coconut Grove. A former photographer's model and a professional exhibition rider, Saunders was a natural for B-Western fame -- she did a total of eight -- but television audiences are probably better acquainted with her appearances in the Stooges' shorts Brideless Groom (1947), as one of Shemp Howard's aggressive would-be brides, and The Ghost Talks (1949), as Lady Godiva no less. Footage from these comedies wound up in Stone Age Romeos (1955) and Husbands Beware (1956), prolonging Saunders' onscreen visibility by about four years.

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Shunning Ella Mae Zook 2011
No Score Yet Love Is Better Than Ever Pauline 1952
No Score Yet Outlaw Country Jane Evans 1949
No Score Yet Whirlwind Raiders Claire Ross 1948
No Score Yet The Lone Wolf in London Ann Kelmscott 1947
No Score Yet Her Husband's Affairs Nurse 1947
No Score Yet It Had to Be You Model 1947
No Score Yet The Woman on the Beach Girls at Party 1947
No Score Yet The Thirteenth Hour Actor 1947
No Score Yet Law of the Canyon Actor 1947
No Score Yet The Locket Miss Wyatt 1946
No Score Yet Lady Luck Manicurist 1946

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Three Stooges
1934-1959
  • 1955

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