Denise DarcelDenise Darcel, born Denise Billecard (8 September 1925- ) in Paris, is a French actress and a cabaret singer in Paris after World War II before being spotted by Hollywood. Her first film appearance of note was in Battleground (1949), w she was the only female. She appeared on Broadway in the musical Pardon Our French in 1950. She made quite an impression in Tarzan and the Slave Girl (1950) opposite Lex Barker, then co-starred with Robert Taylor in Westward the Women (1952) and Glenn Ford in Young Man with Ideas (1952). In 1953, she was seen in the swimming musical Dangerous When Wet which starred Esther Williams (1953). Her most important film to date was Vera Cruz (1954) w she played the female lead opposite Burt Lancaster and Gary Cooper. She only made one more film after that, The Seven Women from Hell (1961). She returned to the cabaret circuit, made a few appearances on television and, in 1995 was seen in the revival of the musical Follies in Houston and Seattle. 8 by 10 inch original photo Very good condition. This is a vintage/original photo not a reprint.
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