Vintage Photo Series: Rhonda Fleming

If you were lucky enough to have seen Rhonda Fleming in her prime, you would be left feeling ‘Spellbound’, because although she was a very competent actress she was more renowned for her exquisite beauty.

Rhonda Fleming (Ocotillo Lodage) 1957

Bill Anderson, Rhonda Fleming (Ocotillo Lodage) 1957, Gift of Dorothy Anderson, Courtesy of Palm Springs Art Museum

Throughout her career she has had many silver screen appearances with her roles in Pony Express (1953) and The Big Circus (1959) as well as being one of the lucky ones that got to work with Mr Alfred Hitchcock.

One cameraman was struck by her beauty that, as a joke, he intentionally tried to photograph her badly; he was shocked that no matter how hard he tried, she still came out looking ravishing!

I have that problem all the time!

Contributor: Guy Hough

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