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Remember Jayne Mansfield (1933-1967)

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The movie "Female Jungle" was released in 1955. Detective Jack Stevens (Lawrence Tierney) is suspected of killing a young, beautiful movie star. Since he was very drunk at the time the murder took place, he's not sure if he did it or not. In his own investigation into the case, Jack questions Candy Price (Jayne Mansfield), and gossip columnist Claude Almstead (John Carradine), who spent time with the woman on the night she was murdered. This movie marked Jayne Mansfield's feature film debut.
Female Jungle [VHS]


The 1955 movie "Pete Kelly's Blues" was directed by Jack Webb. The film is set in Kansas City in 1927, during Prohibition. Pete Kelly (Jack Webb) and his jazz band play nightly at a speakeasy. Fran McCarg (Edmond O'Brien) is a gangster who forces Pete to hire his alcoholic girlfriend Rose Hopkins (Peggy Lee) as a singer. Pete is going to marry Ivy Conrad (Janet Leigh). At Pete and Ivyís engagement party, Rose has too much to drink, and canít bring herself to sing. An enraged McCarg chases her to her dressing room, and beats her senseless. Jayne Mansfield has a cameo as a cigarette girl.
Pete Kelly's Blues


In the 1955 movie "Illegal," Victor Scott (Edward G. Robinson) is a district attorney who unknowingly sends Edward Clary (DeForest Kelley), an innocent man, to the electric chair. Victor resigns, and becomes a defense attorney with a criminal clientele. Jayne Mansfield plays nightclub singer Angel O'Hara. Jayne does NOT appear in the movie "The Big Steal" (1949).
Film Noir Double Feature (Illegal / The Big Steal)


In the 1955 movie "Hell On Frisco Bay," ex-cop Steve Rollins (Alan Ladd) served five years on a manslaughter charge. After his release, he discovers that the man responsible for framing him was Victor Amato (Edward G. Robinson), the crime kingpin who controls the commerce on the docks of San Francisco. Hoping to keep the heat off his operation, Amato invites Rollins to join his gang. Jayne Mansfield has an uncredited cameo as Mario's dance partner at a nightclub. This movie is NOT available on DVD.
Hell on Frisco Bay Movie Poster Print


The 1956 movie "The Girl Can't Help It" was co-written and directed by Frank Tashlin. Gangster Marty "Fats" Murdock (Edmond O'Brien) hires alcoholic press agent Tom Miller (Tom Ewell) to help turn his girlfriend Jerri Jordan (Jayne Mansfield) into a singing star. Unfortunately, Jerri has no singing talent. When Tom informs Marty of this, he tells Tom that she would be perfect for the part of a train whistle in a song he wrote while in prison, "Rock Around the Rock Pile." As they work closely together, Tom and Jerri fall in love. In the end, Tom and Jerri get married. Marty becomes a singing star with his hit song "Rock Around The Rock Pile." The success of this film made Jayne Mansfield a movie star.
The Girl Can't Help It (Cinema Classics Collection)
Girl Can't Help It [VHS]


"The Girl Can't Help It" has been called the best rock 'n' roll film ever made. Several of the artists on the soundtrack album performed their song in the movie. The album features "The Girl Can't Help It" by Little Richard, "20 Flight Rock" by Eddie Cochran, "Be-Bop-A-Lula" by Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps, "Blue Monday" by Fats Domino, and "You'll Never, Never Know" by the Platters.
The Girl Can't Help It


The 1957 film "The Wayward Bus" is based on a novel by John Steinbeck. Johnny Chicoy (Rick Jason) owns a rundown bus, while his alcoholic wife Alice (Joan Collins) runs a diner. They're taking some passengers through a rather treacherous mountain region in California. Among the passengers is Camille Oakes (Jayne Mansfield), a stripper who is on her way to a job in San Juan. To relieve the boredom, she flirts with fellow passenger Ernest Horton (Dan Dailey), a traveling salesman.
Wayward Bus [Blu-ray]



The 1957 movie "The Burglar" is based on a novel by David Goodis. Burglar Nat Harbin (Dan Duryea) sets his sights on wealthy spiritualist Sister Sarah (Phoebe Mackay). She has inherited a fortune, including a priceless emerald necklace. Nat has Gladden (Jayne Mansfield) pose as an admirer of the necklace, in order to case the mansion. Nat and his gang steal the necklace, and make a clean getaway. However, on their way to Atlantic City, they kill a New Jersey state trooper.
The Burglar


The 1957 movie "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" was directed by Frank Tashlin. Frank also wrote the screenplay, based on a play by George Axelrod. Speaking of plays, "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" opened on October 13, 1955, in New York City, and ran for 444 performances. The original Broadway cast included Jayne Mansfield, Orson Bean, and Walter Matthau. In the movie, Rockwell P. Hunter (Tony Randall) is the low man on the totem pole at the La Salle advertising agency where he works. He decides to get the perfect model for Stay-Put lipstick, actress Rita Marlowe (Jayne Mansfield). In order get Rita to endorse the lipstick, Rock has to pretend to be her boyfriend, so her inattentive boyfriend will be jealous. Her boyfriend, Bobo Branigansky, was played by muscleman Mickey Hargitay. Mickey was Jayne's second husband, and was married to her from 1958 to 1964. Rock Hunter moves up the ladder at work, becoming company president. As Rita Marlowe opens her television special for Stay-Put Lipstick, she is shocked by the appearance of the man who discovered her, George Schmidlap (Groucho Marx)!
Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?


Jayne Mansfield as Rita Marlowe: "How can I remember? I'm all excited because you're loving me up!"
Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter [VHS]


The 1957 movie "Kiss Them For Me" was directed by Stanley Donen. Highly decorated Navy pilots Commander Andy Crewson (Cary Grant), Lt. McCann (Ray Walston), and Mississip (Larry Blyden), are given a four-day leave in San Francisco, at the tail end of World War II. Lieutenant Wallace (Werner Klemperer) tries to get the three pilots to make morale-raising speeches at the plants of shipyard magnate Eddie Turnbill (Leif Erickson). Exhausted from the war, they decide to throw a party in their hotel room. Attendees at the party include Alice Kratzner (Jayne Mansfield), and Gwinneth Livingston (Suzy Parker).
Kiss Them for Me


The 1958 movie "The Sheriff Of Fractured Jaw" was directed by Raoul Walsh. Jonathan Tibbs (Kenneth More) is an English gentleman, traveling in the Wild West. He accidentally stops an Indian attack on the stagecoach in which he's riding. When he gets to the town of Fractured Jaw, Jonathan is talked into becoming sheriff. He meets and falls in love with Kate (Jayne Mansfield), a saloon owner and entertainer.
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The 1960 movie "Too Hot To Handle" was directed by Terence Young. Johnny Solo (Leo Genn) runs the Pink Flamingo Club in London's Soho district. When he starts getting threats and demands for protection, he fights back. Midnight Franklin (Jayne Mansfield), who's Johnny's girlfriend and one of the club's headliners, wants Johnny to get out of the business.
Too Hot To Handle


This 1960 film is also known as "Playgirl After Dark."
Playgirl After Dark Movie Poster #01 11x17 Master Print


The movie "It Takes A Thief" was released in 1960. Billy (Jayne Mansfield) and Kristy (Carl Mohner) lead a gang of criminals. Billy charms Jim (Anthony Quayle) into joining them on their next robbery. After the heist, Jim stashes away the stolen money. Jim gets arrested and ends up in prison for five years, while the others were never caught. Once Jim is out of prison, the gang takes drastic measures to get the money Jim has hidden away.
It Takes A Thief


This 1960 film is also known as "The Challenge."
It Takes a Thief (aka The Challenge) [VHS]


This 1960 movie, originally called "The Loves of Hercules," was filmed on location in Italy. While Hercules (Mickey Hargitay) is away, the woman he loves was killed by the King of Ecalia. Hercules goes to Ecalia for revenge, only to discover that the King is dead, and the virtuous Queen Dianira (Jayne Mansfield) reigns. Hercules falls for her, but must leave to fight the Hydra. Wounded while fighting the Hydra, Hercules is taken by Amazonian guards to the palace of the evil Queen Hippolyta, also played by Jayne Mansfield.
Hercules Vs. The Hydra
It Takes a Thief/The Loves of Hercules [VHS]


The episode profiling Jayne Mansfield on "This Is Your Life" originally aired on December 18, 1960.
This Is Your Life Sirens Of The Silver Screen - Bette Davis and Jayne Mansfield


The 1961 movie "The George Raft Story" was directed by Joseph Newman. The young George Raft (Ray Danton) starts out as a dancer in New York City, and becomes involved in the criminal underworld. After a conflict with mob boss Frank Donatella (Joe de Santis), he is exiled to Hollywoood. George appears in the film "Scarface" (1932), and becomes famous. He also gets typecast as a gangster. He lives with actress Lisa Lang (Jayne Mansfield) in his mansion. He gets into an argument with her about visiting his sick mother. She's still yelling at him, when he gets a phone call informing him that his mother has died. He puts the phone down, and tells her to get out. George Raft's career starts to decline, until he appears in the movie "Some Like It Hot" (1959).
The George Raft Story


The 1962 movie "It Happened In Athens" was directed by Andrew Marton. The film is set in Greece circa 1896. The modern Olympic Games are going to be revived in Athens. Eleni Costa (Jayne Mansfield), Greece's most glamorous actress, informs the press that she will marry the winner of the 26-mile marathon. Contestants include Eleni's lover Lt. Alexi Vinardos (Nico Minardos), and a young shepherd named Spiridon Loues (Trax Colton).
It Happened in Athens


In 1962, 20th Century Fox Records released the album "Jayne Mansfield Busts Up Las Vegas," which was a recording of her Las Vegas revue called "The House of Love."
Busts Up Las Vegas


The 1963 movie "Promises! Promises!" was directed by King Donovan. Tommy Noonan wrote the screenplay. Sandy Brooks (Jayne Mansfield) wants to have a baby, but her husband Jeff Brooks (Tommy Noonan) is too stressed out from his job as a television script writer to perform sexually. In order to relax, they go on a sea cruise. They meet another married couple, King Banner (Mickey Hargitay), and Claire Banner (Marie McDonald). All four of them drink too much, and mistakenly swap spouses when retiring to their cabins. Later, both women discover that they're pregnant. Claire and Sandy wonder who the real fathers of their babies are. This was the first time in a mainstream movie that a famous actress (Jayne Mansfield) appeared in the nude!
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Photographs from the movie were published in a June, 1963 Playboy pictorial, entitled "the Nudest Jayne Mansfield."
Playboy June 1963 Jayne Mansfield (Playboy)


Jayne Mansfield appeared as herself on the "Jack Benny Program" three times. This video includes the episode "Jack Takes A Boat To Hawaii," which originally aired on November 26, 1963.
The Jack Benny Program No. 1 (Johnny Carson Guests/Jack Takes Boat to Hawaii) [VHS]


The TV series "Burke's Law," starring Gene Barry as Captain Amos Burke, ran from 1963 to 1966. Jayne Mansfield played Cleo Patrick in the Season 1 episode "Who Killed Molly?," which originally aired on March 27, 1964.
Burke's Law: Season 1 Volume Two


The movie "Panic Button" was filmed in Italy in 1962, and released in the U.S. in 1964. Gangster Frank Pagano (Mike Connors), head of Pagano Enterprises, needs to lose $500,000 within thirty days, to avoid paying a huge sum in income taxes. He comes up with the idea of producing a flop film version of "Romeo and Juliet." An elderly, fading movie star named Philipe Fontaine (Maurice Chevalier) is cast as Romeo. Angela (Jayne Mansfield), a young prostitute who aspires to being an actress, is cast as Juliet. An incompetent director named Pandowski (Akim Tamiroff) is hired to direct the movie. When Philipe finds out what is really going on, he secretly submits a copy of the film to the Venice Film Festival as a comedy. The movie is awarded a Golden Lion!
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The movie "Primitive Love" was filmed in Italy in 1964. Dr. Jane (Jayne Mansfield) is an anthropologist who made a documentary on the subject of the universal primitiveness of love. While in Rome, she shows the documentary to a distinguished professor, played by Carlo Kechler. He is not impressed by what he sees. Dr. Jane performs a striptease for him, and hotel porters Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia, who followed her to her room. They are all very impressed by what they see! Mickey Hargitay played the Hotel Bell Captain. Jayne Mansfield does NOT appear in the documentary "Mondo Balordo" (1964).
Primitive Love & Mondo Balordo


In this 1964 album, Jayne recites Shakespeare's sonnets and poems by Wordsworth and others, against a background of Tchaikovsky's music.
Shakespeare, Tchaikovsky & Me


The movie "Dog Eat Dog" was filmed in Italy and West Germany in 1964, and released in the U.S. in 1966. Lylle Corbett (Cameron Mitchell), and his girlfriend Darlene (Jayne Mansfield), steal one million dollars in American currency, as it's being transported from Europe back to the U.S. Hiding out in a run-down hotel on the Mediterranean coast, Lylle and Darlene plan to hire a boat to return to the States, after the heat dies down. However, Livio Morelli (Aldo Camarda), the manager of the hotel, begins to suspect that Darlene and Lylle are responsible for the robbery. The plot thickens!
Dog Eat Dog!


The movie "The Fat Spy" was released in 1966. A mostly-deserted island, off the coast of Florida, is reputed to have the fountain of youth. Junior Wellington (Jayne Mansfield) is the daughter of the island's wealthy owner, George Wellington (Brian Donlevy). Junior is in love with botanist Irving (Jack E. Leonard). He's more interested in his flowers than her. A boatload of teenagers arrive on the island to do a scavenger hunt. Irving's twin brother Herman (Jack E. Leonard), plots with his girlfriend Camille Salamander (Phyllis Diller), to find the fountain of youth before anybody else does.
The Fat Spy


The 1966 cult classic, "Las Vegas Hillbillys," was released upon an unsuspecting world in 1966. Woody Wetherby (Ferlin Husky) inherits a Las Vegas casino from his late uncle. He discovers that it's a debt-ridden dive. Woody hopes to turn things around with the help of Tawny Downs (Jayne Mansfield), and Boots Malone (Mamie Van Doren). Aunt Clem (Billie Bird) makes the casino a smashing success by getting country music stars to perform there, such as Sonny James, Del Reeves, Bill Anderson, and the Jordanaires.
Las Vegas Hillbillys


The 1967 movie "A Guide For The Married Man" was directed by Gene Kelly. Ed Stander (Robert Morse) gives Paul Manning (Walter Matthau) lessons on how to cheat on your wife without getting caught. Ed illustrates his points with a series of stories. In one story, Harold (Terry-Thomas) has just had sex with Jayne Mansfield. Afterwards, she misplaces her bra. Jayne: "It's all right, Tiger. I've got another one at home." Harold: "That is not what's worrying me. What is worrying me is my wife coming home, and finding it." Jayne: "She'll just think it's hers." Harold, looking at her large breasts: "Don't be ridiculous!" Poor Harold literally goes crazy trying to find her bra.
A Guide for the Married Man


The 1967 documentary "Mondo Hollywood" was written and directed by Robert Carl Cohen. Jayne Mansfield briefly appears as herself.
Mondo Hollywood


The 1968 movie "Single Room Furnished" was co-written and directed by Jayne's third husband, Matt Cimber. Johnnie (Jayne Mansfield) is married, but her husband deserts her when she becomes pregnant. She changes her name to Mae, and takes a job as a waitress. She falls in love, but her fiancť leaves her before they're about to get married. Mae changes her name to Eileen, and becomes a prostitute. The movie was filmed in 1966, and was briefly shown that same year, but was quickly pulled from theaters. Jayne Mansfield was killed in a car accident on June 29, 1967. The movie was officially released posthumously in 1968.
Single Room Furnished (Widescreen)
Single Room Furnished [VHS]


The 1968 documentary "The Wild, Wild World Of Jayne Mansfield" was also released posthumously. Jayne takes the viewer on her last world tour, stopping off in Rome, Cannes, Paris, New York, and Los Angeles. She is loved by adoring fans wherever she goes. The documentary ends with footage of her family in mourning. Jayne does NOT appear in the documentary "The Labyrinth Of Sex" (1969).
Double Feature (The Wild, Wild World of Jayne Mansfield / Labyrinth of Sex)


The made-for-TV movie "The Jayne Mansfield Story" was originally broadcast on October 29, 1980. Loni Anderson played Jayne Mansfield. Arnold Schwarzenegger played her second husband Mickey Hargitay.
The Jayne Mansfield Story


Released in 2003, this album includes Jayne singing "Little Things Mean A Lot" and "Too Hot To Handle."
Too Hot to Handle

Biography - Jayne Mansfield [VHS]
Jayne Mansfield;: A biography
Here They Are Jayne Mansfield
Did Success Spoil Jayne Mansfield?: Her Life in Pictures & Text
Diamonds to Dust: The Life and Death of Jayne Mansfield
Sexbomb: The Life and Death of Jayne Mansfield
Affectionately, Jayne Mansfield
Jayne Mansfield Vintage Blonde 004 8x10 PHOTO

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The movie "Female Jungle" was released in 1955. Detective Jack Stevens (Lawrence Tierney) is suspected of killing a young, beautiful movie star. Since he was very drunk at the time the murder took place, he's not sure if he did it or not. In his own investigation into the case, Jack questions Candy Price (Jayne Mansfield), and gossip columnist Claude Almstead (John Carradine), who spent time with the woman on the night she was murdered. This movie marked Jayne Mansfield's feature film debut.
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The 1955 movie "Pete Kelly's Blues" was directed by Jack Webb. The film is set in Kansas City in 1927, during Prohibition. Pete Kelly (Jack Webb) and his jazz band play nightly at a speakeasy. Fran McCarg (Edmond O'Brien) is a gangster who forces Pete to hire his alcoholic girlfriend Rose Hopkins (Peggy Lee) as a singer. Pete is going to marry Ivy Conrad (Janet Leigh). At Pete and Ivyís engagement party, Rose has too much to drink, and canít bring herself to sing. An enraged McCarg chases her to her dressing room, and beats her senseless. Jayne Mansfield has a cameo as a cigarette girl.
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In the 1955 movie "Illegal," Victor Scott (Edward G. Robinson) is a district attorney who unknowingly sends Edward Clary (DeForest Kelley), an innocent man, to the electric chair. Victor resigns, and becomes a defense attorney with a criminal clientele. Jayne Mansfield plays nightclub singer Angel O'Hara. Jayne does NOT appear in the movie "The Big Steal" (1949).
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In the 1955 movie "Hell On Frisco Bay," ex-cop Steve Rollins (Alan Ladd) served five years on a manslaughter charge. After his release, he discovers that the man responsible for framing him was Victor Amato (Edward G. Robinson), the crime kingpin who controls the commerce on the docks of San Francisco. Hoping to keep the heat off his operation, Amato invites Rollins to join his gang. Jayne Mansfield has an uncredited cameo as Mario's dance partner at a nightclub. This movie is NOT available on DVD.
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The 1956 movie "The Girl Can't Help It" was co-written and directed by Frank Tashlin. Gangster Marty "Fats" Murdock (Edmond O'Brien) hires alcoholic press agent Tom Miller (Tom Ewell) to help turn his girlfriend Jerri Jordan (Jayne Mansfield) into a singing star. Unfortunately, Jerri has no singing talent. When Tom informs Marty of this, he tells Tom that she would be perfect for the part of a train whistle in a song he wrote while in prison, "Rock Around the Rock Pile." As they work closely together, Tom and Jerri fall in love. In the end, Tom and Jerri get married. Marty becomes a singing star with his hit song "Rock Around The Rock Pile." The success of this film made Jayne Mansfield a movie star.
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The 1957 film "The Wayward Bus" is based on a novel by John Steinbeck. Johnny Chicoy (Rick Jason) owns a rundown bus, while his alcoholic wife Alice (Joan Collins) runs a diner. They're taking some passengers through a rather treacherous mountain region in California. Among the passengers is Camille Oakes (Jayne Mansfield), a stripper who is on her way to a job in San Juan. To relieve the boredom, she flirts with fellow passenger Ernest Horton (Dan Dailey), a traveling salesman.
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The 1957 movie "The Burglar" is based on a novel by David Goodis. Burglar Nat Harbin (Dan Duryea) sets his sights on wealthy spiritualist Sister Sarah (Phoebe Mackay). She has inherited a fortune, including a priceless emerald necklace. Nat has Gladden (Jayne Mansfield) pose as an admirer of the necklace, in order to case the mansion. Nat and his gang steal the necklace, and make a clean getaway. However, on their way to Atlantic City, they kill a New Jersey state trooper.
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The 1957 movie "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" was directed by Frank Tashlin. Frank also wrote the screenplay, based on a play by George Axelrod. Speaking of plays, "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" opened on October 13, 1955, in New York City, and ran for 444 performances. The original Broadway cast included Jayne Mansfield, Orson Bean, and Walter Matthau. In the movie, Rockwell P. Hunter (Tony Randall) is the low man on the totem pole at the La Salle advertising agency where he works. He decides to get the perfect model for Stay-Put lipstick, actress Rita Marlowe (Jayne Mansfield). In order get Rita to endorse the lipstick, Rock has to pretend to be her boyfriend, so her inattentive boyfriend will be jealous. Her boyfriend, Bobo Branigansky, was played by muscleman Mickey Hargitay. Mickey was Jayne's second husband, and was married to her from 1958 to 1964. Rock Hunter moves up the ladder at work, becoming company president. As Rita Marlowe opens her television special for Stay-Put Lipstick, she is shocked by the appearance of the man who discovered her, George Schmidlap (Groucho Marx)!
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Jayne Mansfield as Rita Marlowe: "How can I remember? I'm all excited because you're loving me up!"
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The 1957 movie "Kiss Them For Me" was directed by Stanley Donen. Highly decorated Navy pilots Commander Andy Crewson (Cary Grant), Lt. McCann (Ray Walston), and Mississip (Larry Blyden), are given a four-day leave in San Francisco, at the tail end of World War II. Lieutenant Wallace (Werner Klemperer) tries to get the three pilots to make morale-raising speeches at the plants of shipyard magnate Eddie Turnbill (Leif Erickson). Exhausted from the war, they decide to throw a party in their hotel room. Attendees at the party include Alice Kratzner (Jayne Mansfield), and Gwinneth Livingston (Suzy Parker).
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The 1958 movie "The Sheriff Of Fractured Jaw" was directed by Raoul Walsh. Jonathan Tibbs (Kenneth More) is an English gentleman, traveling in the Wild West. He accidentally stops an Indian attack on the stagecoach in which he's riding. When he gets to the town of Fractured Jaw, Jonathan is talked into becoming sheriff. He meets and falls in love with Kate (Jayne Mansfield), a saloon owner and entertainer.
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The 1960 movie "Too Hot To Handle" was directed by Terence Young. Johnny Solo (Leo Genn) runs the Pink Flamingo Club in London's Soho district. When he starts getting threats and demands for protection, he fights back. Midnight Franklin (Jayne Mansfield), who's Johnny's girlfriend and one of the club's headliners, wants Johnny to get out of the business.
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This 1960 film is also known as "Playgirl After Dark."
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The movie "It Takes A Thief" was released in 1960. Billy (Jayne Mansfield) and Kristy (Carl Mohner) lead a gang of criminals. Billy charms Jim (Anthony Quayle) into joining them on their next robbery. After the heist, Jim stashes away the stolen money. Jim gets arrested and ends up in prison for five years, while the others were never caught. Once Jim is out of prison, the gang takes drastic measures to get the money Jim has hidden away.
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This 1960 film is also known as "The Challenge."
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This 1960 movie, originally called "The Loves of Hercules," was filmed on location in Italy. While Hercules (Mickey Hargitay) is away, the woman he loves was killed by the King of Ecalia. Hercules goes to Ecalia for revenge, only to discover that the King is dead, and the virtuous Queen Dianira (Jayne Mansfield) reigns. Hercules falls for her, but must leave to fight the Hydra. Wounded while fighting the Hydra, Hercules is taken by Amazonian guards to the palace of the evil Queen Hippolyta, also played by Jayne Mansfield.
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The episode profiling Jayne Mansfield on "This Is Your Life" originally aired on December 18, 1960.
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The 1961 movie "The George Raft Story" was directed by Joseph Newman. The young George Raft (Ray Danton) starts out as a dancer in New York City, and becomes involved in the criminal underworld. After a conflict with mob boss Frank Donatella (Joe de Santis), he is exiled to Hollywoood. George appears in the film "Scarface" (1932), and becomes famous. He also gets typecast as a gangster. He lives with actress Lisa Lang (Jayne Mansfield) in his mansion. He gets into an argument with her about visiting his sick mother. She's still yelling at him, when he gets a phone call informing him that his mother has died. He puts the phone down, and tells her to get out. George Raft's career starts to decline, until he appears in the movie "Some Like It Hot" (1959).
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The 1962 movie "It Happened In Athens" was directed by Andrew Marton. The film is set in Greece circa 1896. The modern Olympic Games are going to be revived in Athens. Eleni Costa (Jayne Mansfield), Greece's most glamorous actress, informs the press that she will marry the winner of the 26-mile marathon. Contestants include Eleni's lover Lt. Alexi Vinardos (Nico Minardos), and a young shepherd named Spiridon Loues (Trax Colton).
23.  It Happened in Athens [NTSC]  DVD ~ Jayne Mansfield
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In 1962, 20th Century Fox Records released the album "Jayne Mansfield Busts Up Las Vegas," which was a recording of her Las Vegas revue called "The House of Love."
24.  Busts Up Las Vegas [Limited Edition] [Import]  by Jayne Mansfield
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The 1963 movie "Promises! Promises!" was directed by King Donovan. Tommy Noonan wrote the screenplay. Sandy Brooks (Jayne Mansfield) wants to have a baby, but her husband Jeff Brooks (Tommy Noonan) is too stressed out from his job as a television script writer to perform sexually. In order to relax, they go on a sea cruise. They meet another married couple, King Banner (Mickey Hargitay), and Claire Banner (Marie McDonald). All four of them drink too much, and mistakenly swap spouses when retiring to their cabins. Later, both women discover that they're pregnant. Claire and Sandy wonder who the real fathers of their babies are. This was the first time in a mainstream movie that a famous actress (Jayne Mansfield) appeared in the nude!
25.  Promises! Promises! (Amazon.com Exclusive) [Multiple Formats] [Black & White] [Color] [Dolby] [NTSC] [Widescreen]  DVD ~ Jayne Mansfield
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Photographs from the movie were published in a June, 1963 Playboy pictorial, entitled "the Nudest Jayne Mansfield."
26.  Playboy June 1963 Jayne Mansfield (Playboy) 
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Jayne Mansfield appeared as herself on the "Jack Benny Program" three times. This video includes the episode "Jack Takes A Boat To Hawaii," which originally aired on November 26, 1963.
27.  The Jack Benny Program No. 1 (Johnny Carson Guests/Jack Takes Boat to Hawaii) [VHS] [Black & White] [Closed-captioned] [HiFi Sound] [NTSC]  VHS Jack Benny
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The TV series "Burke's Law," starring Gene Barry as Captain Amos Burke, ran from 1963 to 1966. Jayne Mansfield played Cleo Patrick in the Season 1 episode "Who Killed Molly?," which originally aired on March 27, 1964.
28.  Burke's Law: Season 1 Volume Two [Multiple Formats] [Box set] [Black & White] [Dolby] [NTSC] [Restored]  DVD ~ Gene Barry
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The movie "Primitive Love" was filmed in Italy in 1964. Dr. Jane (Jayne Mansfield) is an anthropologist who made a documentary on the subject of the universal primitiveness of love. While in Rome, she shows the documentary to a distinguished professor, played by Carlo Kechler. He is not impressed by what he sees. Dr. Jane performs a striptease for him, and hotel porters Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia, who followed her to her room. They are all very impressed by what they see! Mickey Hargitay played the Hotel Bell Captain. Jayne Mansfield does NOT appear in the documentary "Mondo Balordo" (1964).
29.  Primitive Love & Mondo Balordo [Color] [Full Screen] [NTSC] [Special Edition] [Subtitled]  DVD ~ Jayne Mansfield
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In this 1964 album, Jayne recites Shakespeare's sonnets and poems by Wordsworth and others, against a background of Tchaikovsky's music.
30.  Shakespeare, Tchaikovsky & Me  by Jayne Mansfield
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The movie "Dog Eat Dog" was filmed in Italy and West Germany in 1964, and released in the U.S. in 1966. Lylle Corbett (Cameron Mitchell), and his girlfriend Darlene (Jayne Mansfield), steal one million dollars in American currency, as it's being transported from Europe back to the U.S. Hiding out in a run-down hotel on the Mediterranean coast, Lylle and Darlene plan to hire a boat to return to the States, after the heat dies down. However, Livio Morelli (Aldo Camarda), the manager of the hotel, begins to suspect that Darlene and Lylle are responsible for the robbery. The plot thickens!
31.  Dog Eat Dog! [Multiple Formats] [Color] [NTSC]  DVD ~ Jayne Mansfield
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The movie "The Fat Spy" was released in 1966. A mostly-deserted island, off the coast of Florida, is reputed to have the fountain of youth. Junior Wellington (Jayne Mansfield) is the daughter of the island's wealthy owner, George Wellington (Brian Donlevy). Junior is in love with botanist Irving (Jack E. Leonard). He's more interested in his flowers than her. A boatload of teenagers arrive on the island to do a scavenger hunt. Irving's twin brother Herman (Jack E. Leonard), plots with his girlfriend Camille Salamander (Phyllis Diller), to find the fountain of youth before anybody else does.
32.  The Fat Spy [Multiple Formats] [Black & White] [Color] [NTSC]  DVD ~ Jayne Mansfield
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The 1966 cult classic, "Las Vegas Hillbillys," was released upon an unsuspecting world in 1966. Woody Wetherby (Ferlin Husky) inherits a Las Vegas casino from his late uncle. He discovers that it's a debt-ridden dive. Woody hopes to turn things around with the help of Tawny Downs (Jayne Mansfield), and Boots Malone (Mamie Van Doren). Aunt Clem (Billie Bird) makes the casino a smashing success by getting country music stars to perform there, such as Sonny James, Del Reeves, Bill Anderson, and the Jordanaires.
33.  Las Vegas Hillbillys [Multiple Formats] [Color] [NTSC]  DVD ~ Ferlin Husky
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The 1967 movie "A Guide For The Married Man" was directed by Gene Kelly. Ed Stander (Robert Morse) gives Paul Manning (Walter Matthau) lessons on how to cheat on your wife without getting caught. Ed illustrates his points with a series of stories. In one story, Harold (Terry-Thomas) has just had sex with Jayne Mansfield. Afterwards, she misplaces her bra. Jayne: "It's all right, Tiger. I've got another one at home." Harold: "That is not what's worrying me. What is worrying me is my wife coming home, and finding it." Jayne: "She'll just think it's hers." Harold, looking at her large breasts: "Don't be ridiculous!" Poor Harold literally goes crazy trying to find her bra.
34.  A Guide for the Married Man [Closed-captioned] [Color] [NTSC]  DVD ~ Walter Matthau
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The 1967 documentary "Mondo Hollywood" was written and directed by Robert Carl Cohen. Jayne Mansfield briefly appears as herself.
35.  Mondo Hollywood [NTSC]  DVD ~ Robert Carl Cohen
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The 1968 movie "Single Room Furnished" was co-written and directed by Jayne's third husband, Matt Cimber. Johnnie (Jayne Mansfield) is married, but her husband deserts her when she becomes pregnant. She changes her name to Mae, and takes a job as a waitress. She falls in love, but her fiancť leaves her before they're about to get married. Mae changes her name to Eileen, and becomes a prostitute. The movie was filmed in 1966, and was briefly shown that same year, but was quickly pulled from theaters. Jayne Mansfield was killed in a car accident on June 29, 1967. The movie was officially released posthumously in 1968.
36.  Single Room Furnished (Widescreen) [Multiple Formats] [Color] [NTSC]  DVD ~ Jayne Mansfield
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37.  Single Room Furnished [VHS] [Color] [NTSC]  VHS Jayne Mansfield
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The 1968 documentary "The Wild, Wild World Of Jayne Mansfield" was also released posthumously. Jayne takes the viewer on her last world tour, stopping off in Rome, Cannes, Paris, New York, and Los Angeles. She is loved by adoring fans wherever she goes. The documentary ends with footage of her family in mourning. Jayne does NOT appear in the documentary "The Labyrinth Of Sex" (1969).
38.  Double Feature (The Wild, Wild World of Jayne Mansfield / Labyrinth of Sex) [Multiple Formats] [Anamorphic] [Color] [NTSC] [Widescreen]  DVD ~ Jayne Mansfield
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The made-for-TV movie "The Jayne Mansfield Story" was originally broadcast on October 29, 1980. Loni Anderson played Jayne Mansfield. Arnold Schwarzenegger played her second husband Mickey Hargitay.
39.  The Jayne Mansfield Story [Multiple Formats] [Closed-captioned] [Color] [NTSC]  DVD ~ *
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Released in 2003, this album includes Jayne singing "Little Things Mean A Lot" and "Too Hot To Handle."
40.  Too Hot to Handle [Import]  by Jayne Mansfield
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41.  Biography - Jayne Mansfield [VHS] [Black & White] [Color] [NTSC]  VHS A & E Biography
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42.  Jayne Mansfield;: A biography  by May Mann
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43.  Here They Are Jayne Mansfield  by Raymond Strait
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44.  Did Success Spoil Jayne Mansfield?: Her Life in Pictures & Text  by Frank Ferruccio
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45.  Diamonds to Dust: The Life and Death of Jayne Mansfield  by Frank Ferruccio
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46.  Sexbomb: The Life and Death of Jayne Mansfield  by Guus Luijters
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47.  Affectionately, Jayne Mansfield  by Richard Koper
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48.  Jayne Mansfield Vintage Blonde 004 8x10 PHOTO  by Centryposters
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