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The motherlode of Sabrina's film history.
Car (1955) - . Alas, Sabrina's dialogue was dubbed and the restoration could not restore many things, but not her original voice. not tragically lost forever, it seems! We finally got it - digitally restored - in 2010
Murder at St. Trinian's (1956) - a silent Sabrina, school swot
Rides Again (1956) - Sabrina rides with Arthur. We got a copy in 2009
Just My Luck (1957)
barely a glimpse, but any glimpse of Sabrina is . Unfortunately, it contains a lot of Norman Wisdom. A
Mine a Million (1959) wherein Sabrina gives Arthur Askey the shakes
in High Heels (1962) - the Sabrinabitch is back! Hear Sabrina Her most famous movie role. acting and singing !
of (the) Black Death (1965) with Sabrina's sexy devil-dancing !
Phantom Gunslinger (1967) - Yes. We now have 'El Pistolero Fantasma'! Truly, truly weird. Digitally remastered!
of the Moon (1967) - a double Tarzan episode! 'Me Tarzan. You Sabrina.'
Ice House (1969) in which Sabrina is So, so very sixties. murdered !
The ones that got away
Sabrina was slated to appear in othe films that never saw the light of day. In 1958 she was reportedly signed by Steve Cochran to do 10 films, 2 per year. The missed films include:
Adam And Eve (due 1958 - never made) with Steve Cochran
On the Beach (made in 1958, without Sabrina)
The Hood (due 1959 - never made) with Steve
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