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After studying at the University of Dijon, Denise Darcel made her debut in the show business as a cabaret and nightclub singer in France in the period immediately following the end of the Second World War. After his marriage to the American Peter Crosby, in 1947 he reached Hollywood and debuted on American screens with a brief role as singer in the drama La donna del traitor (1948) by Delmer Daves, set during a trial in France for collaborators, while the the following year he appeared in an excellent war film, Bastogne (1949) by William A. Wellman, alongside Van Johnson, John Hodiak and George Murphy. At the same time he enjoyed a good success on Broadway in the comedy Pardon Our French, which was staged in the 1950-1951 season.
The provocative beauty and European charm allowed the actress to pursue her film career and to get roles of sensual seductress like Lola’s in the adventurous Tarzan and the slaves (1950, next to Lex Barker and comedy Lawyer of myself (1953), alongside Glenn Ford, but also of the indomitable heroine of the western in Donne towards the unknown (1951), which William A. Wellman drew from a subject written by Frank Capra. He played Fifi Danon, one of the intrepid components of a women-only caravan that, with the help of the convoy chief interpreted by Robert Taylor, crosses the wild lands of the American West to reach and marry a group of settlers never known before.
In 1953 Darcel also appeared in the musical Nebbia on the Channel (1953), played by Esther Williams, and took the lead role in the costume adventure Fiamme in Calcutta (1953), in which he played Suzanne Roget , an intrepid French girl who in the eighteenth-century India fights the usurper of the throne of a sultanate and falls in love with an officer (Patric Knowles). The following year the actress’s career reached the apex thanks to the western Vera Cruz (1954) by Robert Aldrich, set against the backdrop of the Mexican revolution of 1866. Flanked by the Yankee adventurers played by Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster, respectively an honest ex A Southern official and a cynical mercenary, Darcel played the role of Marie Duvarre, a lively and seductive French countess who, without too many scruples, plays a double role in the story that unfolds around the imperial treasure, both by Benito Juárez guerrillas and supporters Emperor Maximilian of Hapsburg (played by George Macready).
Despite the unfavorable comparison of the critics, Vera Cruz obtained great success at the box office, however the Darcel did not obtain further important writings. In the second half of the fifties he worked on some television shows such as The Martha Raye Show (1954), The Milton Berle Show (1956) and Tightrope (1960), and appeared on the cinema screens on one other occasion, for the war adventure Seven women from hell (1961), in the role of Claire Oudry, one of the seven women who flee from a Japanese concentration camp and after several vicissitudes manage to reach the American lines.
After a last TV appearance in the telefilm Combat! (1963), Darcel abandoned the acting and returned to live shows. For a short while, he was a stripper in West Coast theaters, appearing in San Francisco, Las Vegas, Oakland, and Los Angeles, then returned to the cabaret and nightclub circuits as a singer. He reappeared on theatrical scenes only in 1991, in the twentieth anniversary of the musical Follies by Stephen Sondheim, staged in Los Angeles by the Long Beach Civic Light Opera. In the role of Solange La Fitte, Darcel also appeared in subsequent performances of the opera in Houston and Seattle.
Denise Darcel Measurements
|Height||5′ 4″ (163 cm)|
|Hair Color||Dark brown|
|Date Of Birth||8 September, 1925|
|Date Of Death||23 December, 2011 in Los Angeles, California|
|Cause Of Death||Los Angeles, California|
|Education||University – University of Dijon.|
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