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Sylvia

USA, English, 115 mins

  • Director: Gordon Douglas
  • Writer: Sydney Boehm; Howard Fast
  • Producer: Martin Poll

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Sylvia West is a young poetess engaged to Frederic Summers, an eccentric millionaire. Summers, a man who always fears he is being loved for his money, decides to make a small check on his prospective bride. The results of this check completely shock him. Not one fact matches 'his' Sylvia. Intregued and bewildered, Summers hires detective Alan Maklin and has him make a thorough investigation on 'Who Is Sylvia.'


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Cast & Characters

Carroll Baker as Sylvia:
West; George Maharis as Alan Macklin;
Joanne Dru as Jane Phillips;
Peter Lawford as Frederic Summers;
Viveca Lindfors as Irma Olanski;
Edmond O'Brien as Oscar Stewart;
Aldo Ray as Jonas Karoki;
Ann Sothern as Mrs. Argona / Grace Argona;
Lloyd Bochner as Bruce Stamford III;
Paul Gilbert as Lola Diamond;
Nancy Kovack as Big Shirley;
Paul Wexler as Peter Memel;
Jay Novello as Father Gonzales;
Connie Gilchrist as Molly Baxter;
Alan Carney as Gus

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