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Pamela Tiffin bends down a little as Gerlando Buzzanca held her hands and stands with his feet slightly arched behind her.

Pamela Tiffin bends down a little as Gerlando Buzzanca held her hands and stands with his feet slightly arched behind her.
Pamela Tiffin bends down a little as Gerlando Buzzanca held her hands and stands with his feet slightly arched behind her.
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Pamela Tiffin bends down a little as Gerlando Buzzanca held her hands and stands with his feet slightly arched behind her.
Pamela Tiffin bends down a little as Gerlando Buzzanca held her hands and stands with his feet slightly arched behind her.
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Pamela Tiffin bends down a little as Gerlando Buzzanca held her hands and stands with his feet slightly arched behind her. 1971. Pamela Tiffin (born October 13, 1942) is a retired American film actress. She was discovered by producer Hal Wallis having lunch at the Paramount Pictures studio commissary while on a visit to Los Angeles with her mother, and was cast in a film version of the play Summer and Smoke by playwright Tennessee Williams. She then starred opposite screen legend James Cagney in the comedy One, Two, Three, directed by Billy Wilder. She won a Golden Globe nomination for this film as well as for Summer and Smoke. She also did some television work, appearing opposite David Janssen in The Fugitive episode "The Girl from Little Egypt" in 1963. The February 1969 issue of Playboy did a photo feature entitled "A Toast to Tiffin". Also in 1969, she co-starred as a college student and the love interest to Peter Ustinov in the comedy Viva Max!. From 1965 to 1974 she appeared mainly in European exploitation films before retiring to be with her family. She appeared as herself in a 2003 documentary,Abel Ferrara: Not Guilty, opposite her daughter Echo Danon. Tiffin has been married twice. Her first marriage was to Clay Felker, the American magazine editor, from 1962 until the couple divorced in 1969. Her second marriage is to Edmondo Danon, son of Italian movie producer Marcello Danon. They married in 1974 and have two daughters, Echo and Aurora. Gerlando Buzzanca (born 24 August 1935 in Palermo) is an Italian comedy actor. He left high school in Palermo when he was 16 years old, and moved to Rome to pursue his dream of becoming an actor. In order to survive, he took many jobs: waiter, furniture mover, and a brief appearance as a slave in the film Ben-Hur. In his long career he often interpreted the role of the average Italian immigrant from southern Italy, who slowly began to enjoy moderate success during the years of the Italian economic miracle. His films showcased all the freshness of the 1960s, the 1970s and the heavier transition to the 1980s, focusing on the common life in several Italian cities such as Rome, Verona or Milan, balanced between personal happiness and professional achievement. Pamela Tiffin, Gerlando Buzzanca, American, Italian, actor, comedy, people, films, 1971.
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SizeText 7.9" x 12"

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