Arlene Dahl reached the peak of her popularity in the 1950s

Arlene  Dahl, born August 11, 1925, is an American actress and former MGM contract star who  began her acting career in 1947 and reached the peak of her popularity and success in the 1950s. Some of her films include: “Reign of Terror” (1949), “Three Little Words” (1950), “Desert Legion” (1953), “Woman’s World” (1954), “Bengal Brigade” (1954), “Slightly Scarlet” (1956), and “Journey to the Center of the Earth” (1959).

Arlene Dahl

Arlene Dahl

Arlene Dahl 1945

Arlene Dahl – 1945

Arlene Dahl

Arlene Dahl

Arlene Dahl with Robert Cummings in "Reign of Terror" (1949)

Arlene Dahl with Robert Cummings in “Reign of Terror” (1949)

Arlene Dahl in "Dessert Legion" (1953)

Arlene Dahl in “Dessert Legion” (1953)

Arlene Dahl with John Payne in "Slightly Scarlet" (1956)

Arlene Dahl with John Payne in “Slightly Scarlet” (1956)

Arlene Dahl with Rock Hudson in "Bengal Brigade" (1954)

Arlene Dahl with Rock Hudson in “Bengal Brigade” (1954)

Arlene Dahl with James Mason in "Journey to the Center of the Earth" (1959)

Arlene Dahl with James Mason in
“Journey to the Center of the Earth” (1959)

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