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Saturday, January 20, 2018


One of my favorite people to see in films has passed away.

Dorothy Malone started her long acting career in 1940 and after appearing in a few uncredited roles in such films as "Convicted Women" and "Falcon and The Co-ed's" she got her first bog break in the 1946 film noir thriller "The Big Sleep" with Humphrey Bogart.

Dorothy never looked back after that and appeared in other excellent films such as "Flaxy Martin", "The Killer That Stalked New York", "Convicted", "The Bushwackers" and many more.

I was first introduced to this sultry beauty in a couple of film noir gems entitled "Private Hell 36" and "Pushover". She moved to TV in the early 60's and hit it big with her performance of Constance Makenzie Carson on the long running "Peyton Place".

Dorothy was a very beautiful woman that stood out in any film she made and was a huge favorite of mine. She passed away on Jan 19th, 2018...just 11 days shy of her 93rd birthday.

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