Friday, January 3, 2020

RIP Carla Calo

Italian actress Carla Calo died in Forano, Lazio, Italy on December 29, 2019. She was 93. Born in Palermo, Sicily, Italy she began he acting career in the theater before appearing in more than 100 films beginning with “Il falco rosso” (1949). She then appeared with Toto in several films. She appeared in seven Euro-westerns mostly using the alias Carol Brown. “Zorro at the Court of Spain” 1962 (Francisca Di Villaverde); “Bullets and the Flesh” 1964 (Aunt Peggy); “Blood at Sundown” 1966 (Rhonda Liston); “Seven Dollars to Kill” 1966 (Rosa/Rosita/Rosario); “The Tramplers” 1966 (Mrs. Temple Cordeen); “The Taste of Vengeance” 1968 (Mother Douglas); “Sting of the West” 1972.

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