Linda Cristal  

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Linda Cristal was an Argentine actress. She appeared in a number of Western films during the 1950s, before winning a Golden Globe Award for her performance in the 1958 comedy film The Perfect Furlough.

From 1967 to 1971, Cristal starred as Victoria Cannon in the NBC series The High Chaparral. For her performance she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama in 1970, and received two Emmy Award nominations.

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1952 Cuando levanta la niebla amiga de Silvia Uncredited
1953 Fruto de tentación Julia Uncredited
1953 El lunar de la familia Rosita
1953 La bestia magnifica (Lucha libre) Uncredited
1953 Genio y figura Rosita
1954 Con el diablo en el cuerpo Emilia
1955 El 7 leguas Blanca
1955 La venganza del diablo Uncredited
1956 Comanche Margarita
1956 Enemigos Chabela
1957 El diablo desaparece Laura
1958 The Last of the Fast Guns Maria O'Reilly
1958 The Fiend Who Walked the West Ellen Hardy
1958 The Perfect Furlough Sandra Roca
1959 Siete pecados Irene
1959 Cry Tough Sarita
1959 Legions of the Nile Cleopatra alias Berenice
1960 The Alamo Flaca
1960 The Pharaohs' Woman Akis
1961 Two Rode Together Elena de la Madriaga
1963 Slave Girls of Sheba Olivia
1968 Panic in the City Dr. Paula Stevens
1974 Mr. Majestyk Nancy Chavez
1977 Love and the Midnight Auto Supply Annie

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1959 Rawhide Louise Episode: "Incident of a Burst of Evil"
1961 The Tab Hunter Show Gitana Episode: "Holiday in Spain"
1964 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Melina Gounaris Episode: "City Beneath the Sea"
1967-1971 The High Chaparral Victoria Cannon 96 episodes
1971 Cade's County Celsa Dobbs Episode: "A Gun for Billy"
1974 Police Story Estrella Episode: "Across The Line"
1974 El chofer Julia telenovela
1975 The Dead Don't Die Vera LaValle TV movie
1980 Condominium Carlotta Churchbridge 2 episodes
1981 The Love Boat Evita Monteverde Episode: "The Duel"
1985 Rossé Victoria "Rossé" Wilson Argentina, lead character




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