Barbara Rush

Actress - USA
Born January 4, 1927 in Denver, CO, US

Mini-Biography:
Barbara Rush was born on January 4, 1927 in Denver, CO, US. She is an American Actress, known for Bigger than Life (1956), Can't stop the music (1980), Summer Lovers (1982), Barbara Rush's first movie on record is from 1951. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1995.

Barbara Rush Filmography [Auszug]
1995: [/ /1] Widow's Kiss (Cast: Edith Fitzpatrick), Directed by Peter Foldy, with , Claudette Nevins, Anna Maria Horsford,
1982: [/ /1] Summer Lovers (Cast: Jean Featherstone), Directed by Randal Kleiser, with , Peter Pye, Brigitte Perbandt,
1981: [/ /1] Flamingo Road (Serienhaupttitel) (Cast: Eudora Weldon), Directed by Don Weis, Barry Crane, with , Kevin McCarthy, Mark Harmon,
1980: [/ /1] Can't stop the music (Cast: Norma White), Directed by Nancy Walker, with Altovise Davis, Tammy Grimes, Steve Guttenberg,
1975: [/ /1] The last day (Cast: Betty), Directed by Vincent McEveety, with Robert Conrad, ,
1974: [/ /1] Superdad (Cast: Sue McCready), Directed by Vincent Mc Eveety, with Joby Barker, Kathleen Cody, Bob Crane,
1972: [/ /1] Moon of the wolf (Cast: Schwester Louise), Directed by Daniel Petrie, with John Beradino, Royal Dano, Bradford Dillman,
1967: [03.21] Hombre (Cast: Audra Favor), Directed by Martin Ritt, with Paul Newman, Fredric March, Richard Boone,
1964: [06.24] Robin and the Seven Hoods (Cast: Marian), Directed by Gordon Douglas, with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis jr.,
1963: [] Come blow your horn (Cast: Connie), with Frank Sinatra, Lee J. Cobb, Molly Picon,
1958: [/ /1] Harry Black and the Tiger (Cast), Directed by Hugo Fregonese, with Stewart Granger, Anthony Steel,
1958: [] The young Philadelphians (Cast: Joan Dickinson), Directed by Vincent Sherman, with Paul Newman, Alexis Smith,
1957: [10.30] No down payment (Cast), Directed by Martin Ritt, with Robert Harris, Cameron Mitchell, Paul Newman,
1956: [] Bigger than Life (Cast: Lou Avery), Directed by Nicholas Ray, with Rusty Lane, James Mason, Walter Matthau,
1956: [] Flight to Hong Kong (Cast: Pamela Vincent), Directed by Joseph M. Newman, with Werner Klemperer, , Soo Yong,
1955: [/ /1] Kiss of Fire (Cast), Directed by Joseph M. Newman, with Martha Hyer, Jack Palance, Rex Reason,
1955: [/ /1] Captain Lightfoot (Cast: Aga Doherty), Directed by Douglas Sirk, with Rock Hudson, , Hilton Edwards,
1954: [] Magnificent obsession (Cast), Directed by Douglas Sirk, with Rock Hudson, Otto Kruger, Agnes Moorehead,
1954: [/ /1] The black shield of Falworth (Cast: Meg Falworth), Directed by Rudolph Maté, with Tony Curtis, ,
1954: [] Taza, Son of Cochise (Cast: Oona), Directed by Douglas Sirk, with Rock Hudson, Jeff Chandler,
1953: [/ /1] Prince of Pirates (Cast: Nita), Directed by Sidney Salkow, with Carla Balenda, Whitfield Connor, John Derek,
1953: [] It Came From Outer Space (Cast), Directed by Jack Arnold, with Richard Carlson, Charles Drake,
1951: [/ /1] When worlds collide (Cast), Directed by Rudolph Maté, with Richard Derr, John Hoyt,

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