Marisa Mell
Actor
Marisa Mell
Marisa Mell was an Austrian actress who became a cult figure of 1960s Italian B-movies. She was born as Marlies Theres Moitzi in Graz, Austria.
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Las Colegialas (aka: Las colegialas se divierten...) (aka: Happy Highschool) - Paperblog
Google News - over 5 years
... inaugurata proprio dal buon Tarantini nel 1975 e conclusa da "La Liceale al Mare con l' Amica di Papà" (1980) di Marino Girolami con Montagnani, Marisa Mell, Sabrina Siani, Cinzia De Ponti, Lucio Montanaro, Gianni Ciardo e Alvaro Vitali
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100 Days of Superheroes- Day 3: Danger Diabolik (1968) - Comic Book Movie
Google News - over 5 years
Sure his sidekick Eva (Marisa Mell) is no impressive actor either but at least she's good eye candy (which is more than Batman can say about Robin). I'm not looking to hear her talk. However, Diabolik virtually exists and an enigma, a puzzle for the
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Film polizieschi italiani anni '70: classifica dei più belli - Cinema Tuttogratis
Google News - over 5 years
Un commissario tutto d'un pezzo debella un feroce bandito che ha preso in ostaggio la sua famiglia, è questo il fulcro de La belva col mitra, pellicola del 1977 di Sergio Grieco con Helmet Berger, Richard Harrison, Marisa Mell, Marina Giordana,
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UN'OMBRA NELL'OMBRA (1979) di Pier Carpi - Paperblog
Google News - almost 6 years
Notevole al contrario il cast artistico, che inanella quattro divine del cinema di genere Italiano come Marisa Mell, Irene Papas, Anne Heywood e Valentina Cortese, senza dimenticare la giovane Lara Wendel (pseudonimo di Daniela Rachele Barnes,
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La belva col mitra - Paperblog
Google News - almost 6 years
Però... si rimane incollati a vederlo questo film!!, tra i miei Cult, e non solo per le grazie di Marisa Mell generosamente mostrate a più riprese sia in posa statica che sessodinamica, cosa che poi attirerebbe solo i maschietti
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SUMMER DVDS; Wayne, Mitchum and Plenty More
NYTimes - almost 8 years
El Dorado (1966) The veteran Hollywood directors still working in the '60s sometimes seemed to be addressing the decay of the studio system that had nurtured them. Decay is very much the subject of Howard Hawks's penultimate movie, the 1966 western ''El Dorado,'' but less the decay of golden-age Hollywood than the decay of age itself. As a hired
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SUMMER MOVIES: DVD'S; Jules, Jim, Jaws And a Scandalous Doris Day
NYTimes - almost 12 years
'Danger: Diabolik' In Mario Bava's dazzling 1968 comic-book thriller, ''Danger: Diabolik,'' John Phillip Law and Marisa Mell, worn out from a hard day of thievery, roll around naked on a revolving round bed heaped with piles of money. If you do this sort of thing every day, as I know I do, then you probably won't be particularly interested in this
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On Stage, and Off
NYTimes - about 21 years
Snow Is Not a Hit On Maui, volcanoes are the worry. On the Mississippi, it's the threat of floods that ruins sleep. But on Broadway, the worst thing you can wish on the natives is snow. A snowstorm is a natural theatrical disaster, and this week theater owners were staring at the snowbanks and assessing the damage. Tickets had already been selling
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Y SERIES OFFERS NEWER LYRICISTS
NYTimes - about 36 years
When the ''Lyrics and Lyricists'' series began at the 92d Street Y in 1970, it focused on the people who wrote the lyrics for Broadway musicals. Lyricists such as E.Y. (Yip) Harburg, Sheldon Harnick, Stephen Sondheim, Betty Comden and Adolph Green and Alan Jay Lerner discussed their methods of working, talked about the hit songs they had written,
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Timeline
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    FIFTIES
  • 1992
    Age 53
    Mell died in Vienna from throat cancer in 1992, aged 53.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1967
    Age 28
    In 1967, she performed the title role in the "utterly calamitous" musical Mata Hari alongside Pernell Roberts.
    More Details Hide Details After a preview performance in Washington, D.C. that became infamous for its numerous technical problems, producer David Merrick decided to close the production before its scheduled Broadway run. She is best known for the role of Eva Kant in Danger: Diabolik (1968). In the late 1990s, the television show MST3K brought the actress to a new generation of B-movie viewers when the film was featured on an episode. The show also spoofed another of her starring roles in the film Secret Agent Super Dragon.
  • 1963
    Age 24
    In 1963, she was involved in a violent automobile accident in France.
    More Details Hide Details For six hours, she lay unconscious, unaware that she nearly lost her right eye. The disfigurement extended to her lip as well. She spent the next two years undergoing plastic surgery, and no damage remained in her face, except for a distinctive curl of her upper lip. She turned down a seven-year Hollywood contract, saying that while the payment would have been great, "the contract was a whole book. I think that even to go to the toilet I would have needed a permission."
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1939
    Age 0
    Born on February 24, 1939.
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