Recollecting The Best Roles Of Late Dorothy Malone


Recollecting The Best Roles Of Late Dorothy Malone



Disappointing news for the fans of Dorothy Malone: The fabulous actress died on January 19, at the age of 93.

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Acting Career

The award-winning celebrity began her early performance in 1943, taking part in several low-budget films. After her debut in Written On The Wind, she began to acquire her popularity and won her first prize – the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

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Her cinematography career has reached its peak in the middle of 1960s when she starred as Constance MacKenzie in Peyton Place during 1964-1968. Her later activity period was not as successful, but soon, in 1992, she appears on the screens in a neo-noir erotic thriller movie Basic Instinct.

Best Filmography Roles

Here are a few of her most memorable roles that are definitely worth mentioning to honor the acting genius of Dorothy Malone.

1. As Lorna Miller in Tension at Table Rock

2. As Lola Gillway in Mrs. O’Malley and Mr. Malone

3. As LaVerne Shumann in The Tarnished Angels

4. As Vanessa Brighton in Carnaval Circuit

5. As Elaine Hagen in The Pigeon

6. As Ruth McLayne in The Bold Ones: The New Doctors

7. As Agatha Mott in Ironside

8. As Carol Franklin in Ellery Queen

9. As Emma Kegan in Winter Kills

10. As Elena in Littlest Hobo

Honoring The Great Actress

Dorothy had a really full life. With such a great movie list behind her back, she definitely deserves a decent commemoration.

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She already got her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1718 Vine in the Motion Pictures section, and we all hope that she has found a better place for her soul. Rest in peace, dear Dorothy.


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