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  1. Linda Darnell vuelve al cine en 1965 con la que sería su última película, Black Spurs. Estuvo casada con el fotógrafo cinematográfico J. Peverell Marley (1944-1951), con el rico cervecero Philip Leibmann (1954-1955) y con el piloto Merle Roy Robertson (1957-1963). Darnell y su primer marido adoptaron una hija, Charlotte Mildred "Lola" Marley.

  2. Linda Darnell (born Monetta Eloyse Darnell; October 16, 1923 – April 10, 1965) was an American actress. Darnell progressed from modeling as a child to acting in theater and film. At the encouragement of her mother, she made her first film in 1939, and appeared in supporting roles in big-budget films for 20th Century Fox throughout the 1940s.

  3. Linda Darnell (* 16. Oktober 1923 in Dallas, Texas; † 10. April 1965 in Glenview, Illinois; eigentlich Monetta Eloyse Darnell) war eine US-amerikanische ...

  4. www.imdb.com › name › nm0001105Linda Darnell - IMDb

    Linda Darnell, Actress: Fallen Angel. Linda Darnell, one of five children of a postal clerk, grew up fast. At 11, she was modeling clothes, giving her age as 16. At 13, she was appearing on the stage with little theater groups.

  5. Actress. She is best remembered for her numerous roles in the 1940s and 1950s, including such films as Star Dust (1940), The Mark of Zorro (1940), Hangover Square (1945), My Darling Clementine (1946), and Forever Amber (1947). Born Monetta Eloyse Darnell in Dallas, Texas, one of five children to a post office worker....

  6. Darnell was also married and divorced three times. She started drinking heavily in 1957 and went to rehab. Linda Darnel’s tragic death. On April 10, 1965, Linda Darnell died from burns she received in a house fire at the age of 41. She had been staying at the home of her former secretary and her daughter while preparing for a stage role.

  7. 28/09/2015 · Linda Darnell had been acting on television for quite a few years and also live theatre, when she got the role of the lusty mistress Sadie in the low budget, “Black Spurs.” After the film opened, she was getting praise for her performance.