Rhonda Fleming

Highest Rated: 94% Out of the Past (1947)
Birthday: Aug 10, 1923
Birthplace: Not Available
Surely Technicolor was invented for the express purpose of showing to fullest advantage the flaming red hair of actress Rhonda Fleming. Born into a theatrical family, Fleming made her film bow while still attending high school. She was briefly under contract to producer David O. Selznick, for whom she played her first important film role, the nymphomaniac mental patient in Hitchcock's Spellbound (1946). While working at Paramount from 1947 through 1957, Fleming played opposite such diverse leading men as Bing Crosby (A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court), Bob Hope (The Great Lover), Ronald Reagan (Hong Kong) and Donald O'Connor (The Buster Keaton Story). She fluctuated between good and bad girl roles throughout her Hollywood years, with most of her staunchest devotees preferring the "bad". Closing out her film career in 1969, Fleming briefly entered the business world before making comeback appearances in Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976) and The Nude Bomb (1980). The last two of Rhonda Fleming's five husbands were producer/director Hall Bartlett and theatre-chain executive Ted Mann.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Many Faces of Cleopatra Actor 2009
No Score Yet Hollywood Singing and Dancing: 1920s - The Dawn of the Hollywood Musical Actor 2008
18% The Nude Bomb (The Return of Maxwell Smart) Edith Von Secondberg 1980
No Score Yet Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood Rhoda Flaming 1976
No Score Yet Backtrack Carmelita 1969
73% The Patsy Herself 1964
No Score Yet The Eagle And The Hawk Actor 1962
No Score Yet The Crowded Sky Cheryl 'Charro' Heath 1960
No Score Yet Alias Jesse James Cora Lee Collins 1959
No Score Yet The Big Circus Helen Harrison 1959
No Score Yet Home Before Dark Joan Carlisle 1958
No Score Yet Bullwhip Cheyenne O'Malley 1958
No Score Yet Gun Glory Jo 1957
82% Gunfight at the O.K. Corral Laura Denbow 1957
No Score Yet Slightly Scarlet June Lyons 1956
60% The Killer Is Loose Lila Wagner 1956
No Score Yet Tennessee's Partner Elizabeth "Duchess" Farnham 1955
89% While the City Sleeps Dorothy Kyne 1955
No Score Yet Those Redheads from Seattle Kathie Edmonds 1953
No Score Yet Inferno Geraldine Carson 1953
No Score Yet Pony Express Evelyn Hastings 1953
No Score Yet Hong Kong Victoria Evans 1952
No Score Yet The Golden Hawk Captain Rouge 1952
No Score Yet The Last Outpost Julie McCloud 1951
No Score Yet Cry Danger Nancy Morgan 1951
No Score Yet The Great Lover Duchess Alexandria 1949
50% A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court Alisande La Carteloise 1949
94% Out of the Past Meta Carson 1947
No Score Yet Adventure Island Faith Wishart 1947
86% The Spiral Staircase Blanche 1946
83% Spellbound Mary Carmichael 1945
No Score Yet Betrayed Girl on Train 1944
80% Since You Went Away Girl 1944
No Score Yet In Old Oklahoma (War of the Wildcats) Bit Part 1943
No Score Yet Hollywood Singing and Dancing: The Feature Actor


No Score Yet Kung Fu
  • 1975


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