Allison Hayes
Actress, model
Allison Hayes
Allison Hayes was an American film and television actress and model.
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UTA steps up efforts to increase freshman retention - UTA The Shorthorn
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Business management sophomore Allison Hayes began using University College from the beginning of her freshman year. She also joined a freshman interest group, a program created to help retain freshmen. There, freshmen are taught success strategies by
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Dieter & ND bound Perkins lead Washington - Fox 28
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South Bend Washington opened the season Saturday night, with a lot of excitement surrounding the team. The Panthers boast two division-one athletes in wide receiver Gehrig Dieter and runningback David
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Notre Dame opens fall camp - Fox 28
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The Notre Dame football team took the field for day one of fall camp. Still some questions surrounding the this team, especially at quarterback. Dayne Crist appeared to be 100-percent and he was running the
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Brian Kelly & Irish confident to start 2011 season - Fox 28
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Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly says the goal for the upcoming season is a BCS bowl game. Kelly met the media on Friday for his pre-season press conference. The hot topic was who will be the starting
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Repairs close Arnold's - Amarillo.com
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Husband-and-wife duo Shorty and Allison Hayes have expanded their new and gently used empire. The owners of Once Upon a Child and Plato's Closet — separate stores at Puckett Plaza at Bell Street and Southwest 34th Avenue — have opened a third store,
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Tunes in the Park promotes local musicians - Brantford Expositor
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Jamie Reinhart, Allison Hayes and Forbes Brand of Reinhart Brand perform in Victoria Park for Tunes in the Park on Friday. Local musicians entertain every Friday in the summer from Jamie Reinhart, Allison Hayes and Forbes Brand of Reinhart/Brand
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South captures softball all-star series - vt.Buzz (blog)
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Mount Abraham's Allison Hayes led the South's attack with three hits while Brattleboro teammates Taylor Kerylow and Ashley Watson each had two. Poultney's Rainey Paquette pounded a two-run home run and Leland & Gray's Aly Marcucci clubbed a double
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Dover AFB Middle School announces Q4 honor roll - Dover Post
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Matthew Anderson, Zachary Anderson, Corey Boyd, Heather Bryan, Kelsie Burke, Julian Christian, Collin Epperson, Debbie Evangelista, Alexander Gudmundsen, Megan Harford, Allison Hayes, Brenna Hewett, Jordan Hunter, India Hursey, Amber Jacobs,
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Vermont scoreboard - BurlingtonFreePress.com
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... Olivia Mueller, Essex; Molly Cantore, St. Johnsbury; Lizzie Armstrong, Mt. Mansfield; Anna Bingham, North Country; Ally Bruckner, St. Johnsbury; Second Team Infielders T'Yana Cheney, Mt. Mansfield; Allison Hayes, Mount Anthony; Claire VanDer Eems,
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MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000: GUNSLINGER (DVD) - Film Threat
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It checks all the boxes: B-level talent (John Ireland, Beverly Garland, and Allison Hayes); a typically hurried, slapdash production schedule (note the scene where Hayes is standing motionless midway up a staircase and then begins walking down it;
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College Notes - Chillicothe Gazette
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Sixth grade: Emmalee Good, Allison Hayes, Jesse Lewis, Brittany Moore, Molli Walters and Haley Wright. Seventh grade: Allison Anderson, Craig Bryon, Kennedy Debord, Danielle Edler, Dylana Gragg, Kayla Hopkins, Levi Kelly, Tylar Lanch and Micah
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Tiger junior heads Independent team - Addison County Independent
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ALLISON HAYES, MOUNT ABE SENIOR. Notes: Slugging first baseman who is also an adept fielder, making only three errors in 145 chances ... Batted .283 while drawing enough walks to boost her OBP to .387 ... Drilled two home runs and four doubles while
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TV and art films: June 12-18 - Reading Eagle
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Allison Hayes stars as the wealthy wife of a philanderer (William Hudson) who's plotting to get his hands on her cash. Just his luck that she runs into a giant who emerges from a big, "Prisoner"-like bubble out in the countryside, an encounter that not
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Harmonious sounds from the Harmony Houndz - Brantford Expositor
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These experienced musicians including Jamie are Waterford's Allison Hayes, vocals and acoustic guitar; Bill Shingler, vocals and bass; Forbes Brand, acoustic guitar and vocals; and veteran drummer, Tom Wells. As well as putting out strong vocals Jamie
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Allison Hayes
    FORTIES
  • 1977
    Age 46
    She was transferred to the University of California Medical Center in San Diego on February 26, 1977, where she died the following day, one week before her 47th birthday.
    More Details Hide Details Allison Hayes was interred with her father at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California. Her mother Charlotte died 8 months later and was buried in a nearby unmarked grave. In a letter that arrived after her death, the FDA advised her that amendments were being made to the laws governing the importation of nutritional supplements, largely as a result of her situation.
  • 1976
    Age 45
    An invalid, Hayes moved to San Clemente, California and her health continued to deteriorate. In 1976, she was diagnosed with leukemia and was treated regularly at La Jolla.
    More Details Hide Details While at the hospital receiving a blood transfusion, her condition unexpectedly and rapidly deteriorated as she experienced chills, flu-like symptoms and intense pain.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1965
    Age 34
    She was given a very minor role in the 1965 Elvis Presley film Tickle Me, making her final appearances in a guest role on Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. in 1967.
    More Details Hide Details Hayes later said that the pain of her illness caused her to contemplate suicide, and that her symptoms were not taken seriously by doctors. Reading a medical book about the metal poisoning of factory workers, Hayes recognized the symptoms described as being similar to her own. Hayes began to question the ingredients of a calcium supplement she had been taking for a long time and when she employed a toxicologist to test a sample of the product, he determined that it had an extremely high content of lead and concluded that Hayes was most likely suffering from lead poisoning. Hayes mounted a campaign to have the FDA ban the import or sale of the food supplement.
  • 1962
    Age 31
    That didn't stop her from finding work on television. A close friend of Raymond Burr since filming Count Three and Pray, she made five guest appearances on his Perry Mason series during this time, including the role of Pearl Chute in the 1962 episode, "The Case of the Bogus Books."
    More Details Hide Details As her acting career declined, she began to experience severe health problems, and was unable to walk without a cane. In severe pain, her usually good-natured personality began to change and she became emotional and volatile, making it difficult for her to secure acting work.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1958
    Age 27
    In 1958, she played in several B movies, including Wolf Dog, shot in Canada, as well as taking the lead role in Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, where she plays the part of an abused socialite who grows to giant size because of an alien encounter.
    More Details Hide Details In this film, she starred with Yvette Vickers and William Hudson, and it is probably her best-known role. With its science fiction storyline and low budget, the film attained popularity with some movie fans, and in the subsequent years has attracted a cult film following based primarily on Hayes spending almost all the time she’s enlarged calling for "Harry!" as she angrily searches for her philandering husband. The film did not lead to better roles, though she remained constantly employed, and also found work as a model. During 1963 and 1964 she played a continuing role in the soap opera General Hospital but by this time her movie career was virtually over.
  • 1955
    Age 24
    Released from her contract, she was signed by Columbia Pictures in 1955.
    More Details Hide Details Her first film for Columbia, Chicago Syndicate, did not require her to do more than look glamorous in a series of evening gowns. Her next film Count Three and Pray, however, gave her the role that she later described as the best of her career. Hayes played with Van Heflin, co-starring with Raymond Burr and Joanne Woodward in her debut. As an arrogant Southern belle she was in love with Heflin, returning from the Civil War as a minister. After being spurned by him, Hayes is reduced to becoming Burr’s live-in "housekeeper." Hayes had several well-played dramatic scenes. However, when the film was released much of the attention of reviewers was focused on Woodward, and Hayes was largely ignored. She appeared in films such as Steel Jungle, Mohawk, and Gunslinger (all 1956), but a fall from a horse during the filming of the latter left Hayes with a broken arm and unable to work. After she recovered she began appearing in supporting roles in television productions.
  • 1954
    Age 23
    Hayes made her film debut in the 1954 comedy Francis Joins the WACS.
    More Details Hide Details Her second film, Sign of the Pagan, provided her with an important role in a relatively minor film. Opposite Jack Palance, she played the part of a siren who ultimately kills him. Despite the strength of her second film role, she played minor roles in her next few films. Originally cast in Foxfire (1955), she was removed from the film during a lawsuit filed against Universal Pictures for injuries, including broken ribs, that she had sustained during the filming of Sign of the Pagan.
    Although she did not win the competition, it provided her with the opportunity to work in local television before moving to Hollywood to work for Universal Pictures in 1954.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1949
    Age 18
    She went on to represent D.C. in the 1949 Miss America pageant.
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  • 1948
    Age 17
    She was in the class of 1948 at Calvin Coolidge High School.
    More Details Hide Details Hayes won the title of Miss District of Columbia.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1930
    Born
    Born on March 6, 1930.
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