Tuesday, August 18, 2009
The break came in 1945 playing the lead role in Salome, Where She Danced. Though not a critical success, was a favorite of the box office, and De Carlo was hailed as a up-and-coming star. In the role, which is less secure its entry saying, "I have come through these beaded curtains, wearing a Japanese kimono and Japanese head, and then made a Siamese dance. Nobody seemed to know why. "
In 1947 he played his first leading role in Slave Girl and then in 1949 had his greatest success. As the female lead opposite Burt Lancaster in Criss Cross, made the role of a femme fatal, and his career began to ascend.
The 1957 film of the band Angels offered its opposite Clark Gable in a history of the American Civil War, along with Sidney Poitier and Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.
For the coming years, she was constantly working, although many of the films have to advance their careers.
Cast in The Ten Commandments (1956) in a leading role (as Zipporah, also written Sephora, the wife of Moses), De Carlo was part of a great success. The film was a great success and De Carlo was one of those who was praised for his work restricted.