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Film actress Kim Novak was a leading box-office attraction of the 1950s, perhaps the last of the ‘sex goddesses’ produced by the Hollywood star system.
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Kim Novak was born February 13, 1933 in Chicago, Illinois. She made her screen debut in The French Line, then starred in The Pushover, and soon became a leading box-office attraction of the 1950s — perhaps the last of the ‘sex goddesses’ produced by the Hollywood star system. Her films include The Man With The Golden Arm,
Vertigo and The Mirror Crack'd.
Film actress, born in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She made her screen debut in The French Line (1954), then starred in The Pushover (1954), and soon became a leading box-office attraction of the 1950s - perhaps the last of the ‘sex goddesses’ produced by the Hollywood star system. Her films include The Man With The Golden Arm (1955), Pal Joey (1957), Vertigo (1958), The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders (1965), and The Mirror Crack'd (1980). She was largely absent from the screen in the 1980s, following her marriage, but still takes occasional roles, as in Liebestraum (1991).
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