Yvonne De Carlo Overview:

Legendary actress, Yvonne De Carlo, was born Margaret Yvonne Middleton on Sep 1, 1922 in Vancouver, Canada. De Carlo died at the age of 84 on Jan 8, 2007 in Woodland Hills, CA and was cremated and her ashes given to family or friend.

HONORS and AWARDS:

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She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures and Television. De Carlo was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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Western RoundUp:

By Laura Grieve on Jul 31, 2020 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Western RoundUp: Canadian-born actress is remembered by many classic film fans as one of Hollywood’s most glamorous women. Born Margaret “Peggy” Yvonne Middleton in Vancouver in 1922, De Carlo began her film career in bit parts in 1941, working... Read full article


Fridays With : Passion (1954)

on Feb 26, 2016 From Journeys in Classic Film

Our last Friday With sees her starring in her most passionate project yet, entitled…..Passion! As with Frontier Gal (1945), De Carlo’s films placed generic plots in convenient genres demanding specific plot paths with the finished product feeling surprisingly fresh by emp... Read full article


Fridays With : Passion (1954)

on Feb 26, 2016 From Journeys in Classic Film

Our last Friday With sees her starring in her most passionate project yet, entitled…..Passion! As with Frontier Gal (1945), De Carlo’s films placed generic plots in convenient genres demanding specific plot paths with the finished product feeling surprisingly fresh by emp... Read full article


Fridays With : Criss Cross (1949)

on Feb 19, 2016 From Journeys in Classic Film

This week’s Fridays With moves us from the wilds of the frontier to the urban jungle of late-’40s Los Angeles. Director Robert Siodmak,?known for noir masterpieces like The Spiral Staircase (1946) and The Killers (1946), reteams stars Burt Lancaster and De Carlo – l... Read full article


Fridays With : Criss Cross (1949)

on Feb 19, 2016 From Journeys in Classic Film

This week’s Fridays With moves us from the wilds of the frontier to the urban jungle of late-’40s Los Angeles. Director Robert Siodmak,?known for noir masterpieces like The Spiral Staircase (1946) and The Killers (1946), reteams stars Burt Lancaster and De Carlo – l... Read full article


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Yvonne De Carlo Quotes:

Eddie Munster: Mom, how come pop inherited an English title? I thought he was made in Germany.
Lily Munster: Well you see, Eddie, at an early age, your father left doctor Frankenstein's lab in Germany...
Herman: [Herman puts a monocle over his eye and looks in the mirror, which promptly shatters] That's right, son.
Lily Munster: ...and then he arrived in England and he was adopted by a family called Munster, who gave him their name.


Lola Montez: There's enough uncertainty about marriage without sitting home wondering what tree your husband is hanging from that night.


Amantha Starr: [Wakes up in bed, stretches] Mr. Hamish Bond can't keep me here! I'm leaving the moment his back is turned.
Michele: [Offers a tray of food] The Master said those low-down men didn't bother to feed you. You must be very hungry.
Amantha Starr: [Frowns] I'll leave... as soon as I've had the chance to rest and recover my strength.
[Picke up a knife and fork and begins to eat]


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Yvonne De Carlo Facts
Before she was a successful actress, she was a dancer and had worked at various nightclubs in Vancouver, British Columbia.

While starring in The Gal Who Took the West (1949), she was not only walking away in the movie, she was actually walking off with Jock Mahoney, who was her boyfriend at the time.

Attended King Edward High School in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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