Inger Stevens in Cry Terror! (1958), The World, The Flesh and The Devil (1959)  $6.99 FREE ship http://rarefilmclassics.blogspot.com/2015/11/inger-stevens-rod-steiger-james-mason.html

Inger Stevens in Cry Terror! (1958), The World, The Flesh and The Devil (1959) $6.99 FREE ship http://rarefilmclassics.blogspot.com/2015/11/inger-stevens-rod-steiger-james-mason.html

Inger Stevens (1934-1970) Age 35. Drug related overdose/ Acute Barbituate Poisoning. Stevens's roommate/companion Lola McNally found her on the kitchen floor of her Hollywood Hills home. According to McNally, when she called Stevens' name, she opened her eyes, lifted her head, tried to speak, but was unable to make any sound. She died on the way to the hospital. Stevens appeared on television series, commercials, and in plays until she got her break in the film Man on Fire starring Bing…

Inger Stevens (1934-1970) Age 35. Drug related overdose/ Acute Barbituate Poisoning. Stevens's roommate/companion Lola McNally found her on the kitchen floor of her Hollywood Hills home. According to McNally, when she called Stevens' name, she opened her eyes, lifted her head, tried to speak, but was unable to make any sound. She died on the way to the hospital. Stevens appeared on television series, commercials, and in plays until she got her break in the film Man on Fire starring Bing…

Inger Stevens  AKA Inger Stensland    I loved her as an actess - Had the farmers daughter paper doll set - one of my favorites

Inger Stevens AKA Inger Stensland I loved her as an actess - Had the farmers daughter paper doll set - one of my favorites

Inger Stevens (October 18, 1934–April 30, 1970 [1]) was a Swedish-American movie and TV actress.  Stevens' sometime roommate and companion, Lola McNally, found Stevens on the kitchen floor of her Hollywood Hills home. According to McNally, when she called Stevens' name,  she opened her eyes, lifted her head and tried to speak, but was unable to make any sound. Stevens died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. Los Angeles Coroner attributed Stevens' death to "acute barbiturate…

Inger Stevens (October 18, 1934–April 30, 1970 [1]) was a Swedish-American movie and TV actress. Stevens' sometime roommate and companion, Lola McNally, found Stevens on the kitchen floor of her Hollywood Hills home. According to McNally, when she called Stevens' name, she opened her eyes, lifted her head and tried to speak, but was unable to make any sound. Stevens died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. Los Angeles Coroner attributed Stevens' death to "acute barbiturate…

Inger Stevens pictured on the set of Cry Terror!, 1958, directed by Andrew L. Stone.

Inger Stevens pictured on the set of Cry Terror!, 1958, directed by Andrew L. Stone.

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