Faith Domergue

Actress Faith Domergue

Faith Domergue was an American television and film actress.
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Birthday
16 June 1924

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Around Town: Peter Falk, rare Rainer Werner Fassbinder and more - Los Angeles Times
Google News - over 6 years
LACMA's Saturday Monster Matinee features the 1955 camp sci-fi flick "This Island Earth," with Jeff Morrow, Faith Domergue and Rex Reason. Scheduled for the Tuesday matinee is the sequel to the 1950 classic "Father of the Bride" -- the 1951 comedy
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Howard Hughes, Jean Peters, Terry Moore: Beauties and the Billionaire - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - over 6 years
In The Aviator, Howard Hughes is linked to four actresses: the aforementioned Katharine Hepburn, Jean Harlow, Ava Gardner, and Faith Domergue. (Hughes' 1920s marriage to socialite Ella Rice is ignored in the film.) In Beatty's project, Hughes will be
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Tim Burton: Nine monster movies that inspired him - Los Angeles Times
Google News - over 6 years
... special effects for its time, the film, directed by Joseph M. Newman, stars Jeff Morrow as the intellectual alien Exeter who recruits Rex Reason as scientist Cal Meacham and Faith Domergue as Dr. Ruth Adams for a “special” research project
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Going South: American Noir in Mexico - East Bay Express
Google News - over 6 years
Dr. Jeff Cameron (Robert Mitchum) and femme fatale Margo Lannington (wild-eyed Faith Domergue), protagonists of Where Danger Lives, never actually make it to Mexico, but the story of their amour fou is a genuine squirm producer
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Con Il Grinta in Dvd e Blu-ray arriva la Western Collection - Best Movie
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Duello al Rio d'argento (1952) di Don Siegel con Audie Murphy, Faith Domergue, Stephen McNally, Susan Cabot, Gerald Mohr. • La ribelle del West (1952) di Lee Gholem con Maureen O'Hara, Alex Nicol, William Bishop. • Il cavaliere della Valle Solitaria
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Critic's Choice: New DVD's
NYTimes - over 11 years
Double Indemnity The simplest way of describing film noir is as a collision between the visual conventions of German Expressionism and the lurid plotting of the American pulp novel. ''Proto'' films noirs, like Joe May's 1929 ''Asphalt,'' filmed in the Babelsberg studios in Berlin, usually found social causes for their heroes' problems, but the
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THE NEW SEASON/FILM; Howard Hughes, Fat Albert and Other Luminaries
NYTimes - over 13 years
December Dec. 3 CLOSER -- Oscar bait from the director Mike Nichols, who here matches a hot play (by Patrick Marber, who also wrote the screenplay) with an ambitious cast, at least one of whom is a proven box-office draw. It's about relationships, by the way. With Natalie Portman, Jude Law, Clive Owen and Julia Roberts. HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS --
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THE GUIDE
NYTimes - about 17 years
Nuclear Power Play Czechoslovakia's involuntary role as a potential nuclear power during the Cold War is the unusual theme of a play by Joe Sutton at Long Wharf in New Haven through Feb. 11. Its title, ''The Third Army,'' derives from the ''economic'' army of investors that descended on the country from America and its friends in the west, eager to
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FILM REVIEW;Of Goofy Mad Scientists And Aliens in Bad Wigs
NYTimes - almost 22 years
Couch-potato comedy can't get any lazier than "Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie," but that counts for most of this film's slender charm. All that's here is "This Island Earth," a nicely lame 1954 science-fiction film featuring aliens with bad wigs and big foreheads, along with running commentary from one man and a couple of robots watching
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Timeline
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    LATE ADULTHOOD
  • 1999
    Age 74
    Domergue spent her later years in retirement in Palo Alto, California. On April 4, 1999, Domergue died from an unspecified cancer at age 74 in Santa Barbara.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1966
    Age 41
    In 1966, she married Paolo Cossa, with whom she remained until his death in 1992.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1961
    Age 36
    In 1961 she played murderer Conception O'Higgins in "The Case of the Guilty Clients," and in 1963 she played murder victim Cleo Grammas in "The Case of the Greek Goddess."
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  • 1955
    Age 30
    Beginning in late 1955, Domergue began to appear in British and European productions: first in The Atomic Man (1955), directed by Ken Hughes, followed by a role in the British film noir Soho Incident (1956).
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    In 1955, Domergue appeared in another Western, Santa Fe Passage, playing an ammunition retailer opposite John Payne and George Keymas.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1954
    Age 29
    Her final credit for RKO was the 1954 drama This Is My Love; prior, she filmed Duel at Silver Creek (1952) with Universal, opposite Audie Murphy.
  • 1953
    Age 28
    In 1953, after having lived briefly in England with her husband, Domergue returned to the United States, where she signed a contract with Universal Pictures.
  • 1950
    Age 25
    By the time of Vendettas premiere in 1950, Domergue was pregnant with her second child, and was residing in Palm Springs, having left Los Angeles.
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    After the 1950 release of Vendetta, Domergue separated from Hughes. "I was told he spent five million dollars publicizing me," she said, "but the film wasproperly released.
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  • 1946
    Age 21
    In 1946, Domergue married bandleader Teddy Stauffer. The marriage lasted six months, ending in 1947. That same year, she married director Hugo Fregonese with whom she had two children, Diana Maria (b. 1949) and John Anthony (b. 1951). The couple divorced in 1958.
    Domergue was cast as a lead in the thriller Vendetta (1950), which had a long and troubled production history, exacerbated by reshoots and multiple changes in director, as well as producer Hughes's health problems following a near-fatal plane crash he endured in July 1946.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1943
    Age 18
    After she discovered that Hughes was also seeing Ava Gardner, Rita Hayworth, and Lana Turner, the couple broke up in 1943.
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  • 1942
    Age 17
    After graduating in 1942, Domergue continued to pursue a career in acting, but after sustaining injuries in a near-fatal car accident, her plans were put on hold.
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  • 1941
    Age 16
    In 1941, Domergue began an on-off relationship with Howard Hughes.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1928
    Age 3
    The family moved to California in 1928 where Domergue attended Beverly Hills Catholic School and St. Monica's Convent School.
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  • 1924
    Born
    Domergue was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, on June 16, 1924 or 1925 (sources differ).
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