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5 hours ago, Fausterlitz said:

Cloris Leachman.

Next:  The Sorrows of Satan (1917)  (first feature film role)

Gladys Cooper....long career. Started out as a model then got into silents, evolved to talkies, also many stage performances and television appearances.

Next: PARATROOPER (1953)

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On 5/29/2021 at 12:26 PM, MrMagoo said:

Bob Hope's first full length film...?

If so, Next: A HOUSE IS NOT A HOME (1964)

It's been sitting here unanswered for awhile. Hint: Looking for one of America's iconic **** girls. 

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On 6/6/2021 at 1:12 PM, cinemaman said:

Raquel  Welch  next:  The  Big  Punch  1948

Jeff Richards? Uncredited role...but it was his first film.

If so: NEXT: THESE WILDER YEARS (1956) 2nd film...but 1st credited role

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21 hours ago, Peebs said:

Richard Roundtree

Next:  Texas Chainsaw Massacre:  Next Generation (1994)

I'm going to go with WWE starlet, Debra McMichael

It was Renee Zellweger's first credited role...but she was in DAZED AND CONFUSED earlier as an uncredited extra.

Next: MALCOLM X (1992)

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2 hours ago, MrMagoo said:

I'm going to go with WWE starlet, Debra McMichael

It was Renee Zellweger's first credited role...but she was in DAZED AND CONFUSED earlier as an uncredited extra.

Next: MALCOLM X (1992)

Hi MrMagoo,  I think the general rule (for lack of a better term) for this thread is to go with the first credited role. Good to know that Debra McMichael got her big break in Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Next Generation! 😊

John David Washington's (Denzel's son) first movie was Malcolm X

Next:  The Butler's Night Off(1951)

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