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Carmel Myers
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    (April 4, 1899-November 9, 1980)
    Born in San Francisco, California
    Acted in feature films ‘Intolerance’ (1916), ‘All Night’ (1918), ‘Broadway After Dark’ (1924), ‘Ben Hur’ (1925), ‘Tell It to the Marines’ (1926), ‘Four Walls’ (1928), ‘Svengali’ (1931) and ‘The Conspirators’ (1944)
    Appeared on episodes of ‘Chico and the Man’ (1975)
    She frequently played kitschy, over-the-top femme fatales.
    She got her break in films because her father knew D.W. Griffith.
    She likewise helped her brother get started as a director.
    She was married three times.
    Her last film was the poorly received ‘Won Ton Ton, The Dog Who Saved Hollywood’ (1976).
    Her overprotective mother forbade her to date costar Rudolph Valentino.
    Her father, a rabbi, was an adviser for the biblical scenes of Griffith’s ‘Intolerance.’
    Her career survived the transition to sound films.
    She hosted ‘The Carmel Myers Show,’ one of the first TV talk shows (1951).
    In later years, she founded her own perfume distribution company, Carmel Myers, Inc.

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