Thursday, April 13, 2017

Who Are Those Gals? ~ Carla Calò

Carla Calò was born in Palermo, Sicily, Italy on September 21, 1916. Carla began her film career with an appearance as Haidée in “Il conte Ugolino” (The Iron Swordsman) in 1949. She finished he film career in 2003 with an appearance in the TV series ‘Inferno Below’ after 99 films and television roles. She’s best known for her roles in “Bebo's Girl” (1964), “Totò le mokò” (1949) and “Hercules the Invincible” (1964).

She usually appeared in mature roles as mothers or widows in her six Euro-westerns often using the alias Carrol Brown or Carol Brown.

CALO, Carla (aka Carol Brawn, Carla Brown, Carol Brown, Carrol Brown, Caroll Brown, Carroll Brown, Maria Calo, Cicely Clayton) [9/21/1926, Palermo, Sicily, Italy -    ] – film, TV actress.
Zorro in the Court of Spain – 1962 (Francisca Di Villa Verde)
Badmen of the West - 1964 [as Carrol Brown]
Bullets and the Flesh – 1964 (Aunt Peggy)
The Tramplers – 1965 (Mrs. Temple Cordeen)
Blood at Sundown – 1966 (Rhonda Liston) [as Carol Brown]
Taste of Vengeance - 1969 (Mother Douglass) [as Carrol Brown]

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