, While in England, De Carlo recorded two singles, "Say Goodbye" and "I Love a Man".
In May 1975, she starred in the San Bernardino Civic Light Opera's production of Applause at the California Theatre of the Performing Arts. , De Carlo was reunited with Hudson for Sea Devils (1953), a Napoleonic adventure tale shot in Britain and France released through RKO. (1963) and A Global Affair (1964). She was engaged four more times—to Canadian businessman Gordon Noel, American stuntman Jock Mahoney, English photographer Cornel Lucas, and Scottish actor Richard Urquhart—but felt "trapped" whenever she looked at the engagement ring on her finger. It was another solid commercial success. De Carlo played Nita, the sensual wife who lives in Morocco, while Celia Johnson played Maud, the demure wife who lives in Gibraltar.
De Carlo's name was linked with a number of famous men through her career, including Howard Hughes and Robert Stack.
She returned to N.T.G. Amantha is then taken to New Orleans where she is bought by plantation owner Hamish Bond (Gable), who falls in love with her.
", The studio also employed her to add zest to Westerns, usually as a dance hall girl or a gun-toting sharpshooter. Aunt Rosa is present when Oscar's father, played by Kirk Douglas, extracts "a deathbed promise" from his son. Her salary was $25 and her work in the film got her into the Screen Actors Guild. Margaret passed away on January 7, 2007 at the age of 84 in Woodland Hills, California, USA. Morgan lost his left leg after being run over by a train while filming How the West Was Won (1962).  The performances were conducted by noted film composer Franz Waxman. Over the years, De Carlo augmented her stardom by shrewd use of publicity. She was born as the daughter of Marie De Carlo and William Shelto Middleton.
At the age of seven, she entered the contest run by ‘The Vancouver Sun’ where she won five dollars for the poem ‘A Little Boy’. De Carlo appeared in The Girl on the Late, Late Show (1974), The Mark of Zorro (1974), Arizona Slim (1974), The Intruder (1975), Blazing Stewardesses (1975), It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time (1975), Black Fire (1975), and La casa de las sombras (1976). Just to look pretty on the screen as a romantic lead is probably all right, but – so what? In 1955, De Carlo married Bob Morgan, a topflight stunt man, and the marriage produced two sons, Bruce and Michael, as well as much-publicized separations and reconciliations. De Carlo had to wait four years for her breakthrough role in the Universal Technicolor film Salome, Where She Danced, which was followed by Frontier Gal. De Carlo called these films "physically taxing but not creatively inspiring. Before starting her career in acting, she initially worked as a nightclub dancer. , In 1951, De Carlo accepted an offer to open the thirtieth season of the Hollywood Bowl singing the breeches role of Prince Orlovsky in five performances of the opera Die Fledermaus (The Bat), from July 10 to 14. In May 1975, she starred in the San Bernardino Civic Light Opera's production of Applause at the California Theatre of the Performing Arts.
Therefore, I care not what house of worship I enter, be it Catholic, Presbyterian, or Baptist. Caption: Late actress, Yvonne De Carlo, a legendary beautiful actress, singer, and dancer.
 Michele, a native of the city of Messina, had met Margaret in Nice, France. In her late years, De Carlo lived in semi-retirement near Solvang, north of Santa Barbara.
He gave me what they call a special blessing, not only for myself, but for all artists who were to come later. Her salary was $25 and her work in the film got her into the Screen Actors Guild.
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De Carlo's husband had been permanently crippled while working as a stunt man on How the West Was Won (1963), eventually losing his leg. ", Please help by moving some material from it into the body of the article.  Tony Curtis made his debut in the movie, in a scene dancing with De Carlo.. She belted Sondheim's showstopping number, "I'm Still Here," a former star's defiant recounting of the highs and lows of her life and career.  It closed in the fall of 1973, and De Carlo returned to the United States. She announced plans to form her own production company with her agent, Vancouver Productions.
De Carlo wanted to act in different types of movies. She had a supporting role as the title character's Aunt Rosa in the Sylvester Stallone comedy Oscar (1991).