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For Singles Only


1968       Mary Ann Mobley

She can't very well hide it even if she wanted to, but Mary Ann Mobley is happily proving that she has more to offer Theatre audiences than the fact tha she is a former Miss America from Mississippi. In For Singles Only a Columbia Pictures release, she is starred with John Saxon, Lana Wood, Mark Rich-man and special guest star Milton Berle. For Singles Only is a contemporary story of California's unique institution, the apartment complex devoted to unmarrieds of both sexes. The dark-haired beauty won the Miss America crown in 1959. She used her prize money to further her music studies for ballet lessons and for acting instruction before tackling the entertainment world. Her dossier lists an impressive number of television appearances with such stalwarts of that medium as "The Ed Sullivan Show," "Johnny Carson's Tonight Show," "Mike Douglas Show," "You Don't Say," "Girl Talk," and a host of others. Mary Ann has appeared on almost all major dramatic programs, including the "Perry Mason Show" and "Burke's Law." During the past five seasons,

she has been warmly received in a number of summer stock productions, "Brigadoon," "Oklahoma," "The Tender Trap" and "Guys and Dolls." It was during the run of the latter, opposite Hugh O'Brian, that she won Hollywood attention. For Singles Only was scripted by Hal Collins and director Arthur Dreifuss, based on a story by Arthur Hoerl and Albert Derr. Sam Katzman produced the romantic comedy in Eastman color.

Her success in an important "Peyton Place" television role helped Lana Wood decide to continue as an actress. Currently, she has her first co-starring role in a motion picture, that of a girl who is hurt in a love affair, in For Singles Only at the Theatre in Eastman color. The Columbia Pictures release also stars John Saxon, Mary Ann Mobley, Mark Richman and Milton Berle, in a special guest appearance, it is a contemporary story of California's novel apartment complexes which admit only young unmarrieds of both sexes. Until "Peyton Place," Miss Wood had pursued a rather desultory career in show business. She had also appeared in another popular TV series, "The Long Hot Summer".



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