Saturday, July 19, 2014

Remembering Rosemary Dexter

Rosemary Dexter was born on July 19, 1944 in Quetta, Pakistan. Daughter of a British father and an Anglo-Burmese mother, Dexter entered the film industry in 1963, when during a vacation in Rome she met director Ugo Gregoretti who offered her a significant role for his science fiction film “Omicron”, then she became a very active actress until the mid-1970s, when she suddenly retired from acting.
Dexter appeared in three Euro-westerns and is probably best remembered as Colonel Douglas Mortimer’s sister who committed suicide after being raped by El Indio in “For a Few Dollars More”.
She was found dead in her house in Recanati, on September 7, 2010; she had been suffering from a long illness.
Today we remember Rosemary Dexter on what would have been her 70th birthday.

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