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Susanne Benton

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Birth name Stanley Susanne Benton
Nationality USA
Birth 3 february 1948 (72 years)

Susanne Benton (born February 3, 1948) is an American actress known for her film roles as General Dreedle's WAC in Catch-22 (1970) and Quilla June Holmes in A Boy and His Dog (1975). During her early roles she refused to disrobe for her parts, despite the requests of her Universal Studios bosses. She appeared topless in Playboy in the May 1970 issue. In 1972, she appeared in the Andy Griffith film The Strangers in 7A, credited under her birth name, Susanne Hildur. She also used that alias when appearing in Barnaby Jones a year later.

She became convinced at the age of six that she would become a major star. She also believed that she would die before she reached her 28th birthday. She married James A Benton in 1966.


Elle était convaincue à l'âge de six ans qu'elle deviendrait une star, mais qu'elle ne dépasserait pas l'âge de 28 ans. Elle obtient son premier rôle important en 1967 dans un épisode télévisé de Le Virginien (The Virginian).

Elle marie James A Benton en 1966.

Elle se marie en secondes noces avec Jon Peters en 1973.

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L. Q. Jones
L. Q. Jones
(1 films)
David Winters
David Winters
(1 films)
Buck Henry
Buck Henry
(1 films)
Tim McIntire
Tim McIntire
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Susanne Benton (7 films)

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The Last Horror Film, 1h27
Directed by David Winters
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy, Horror, Slasher
Themes Serial killer films
Actors Caroline Munro, Susanne Benton, Joe Spinell, David Winters, Susanne Benton, Filomena Spagnuolo
Roles Susan Archer
Rating56% 2.801132.801132.801132.801132.80113
Vinny Durand (Joe Spinell) is a New York City taxi driver who is obsessed with the international cult actress Jana Bates (Caroline Munro), who is known as the "queen of horror films". Vinny returns home to his apartment where he lives with his mother (played by Joe Spinell's real life mother), where he tells her that he's packing to go to the Cannes Film Festival in France hoping to meet Jana Bates and get her to star in his movie as his career start of being a film director. But his mother calls it just another one of his "crazy ideas."
A Boy and His Dog, 1h31
Directed by L. Q. Jones
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Comedy, Apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction
Themes Films about animals, Post-apocalyptic films, Films about religion, Films based on science fiction novels, Films set in the future, Films about dogs, Political films, Dystopian films, Alternate history films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère, Arme nucléaire, Disaster films
Actors Don Johnson, Susanne Benton, Susanne Benton, Charles McGraw, Tim McIntire, Jason Robards
Roles Quilla June Holmes
Rating64% 3.248743.248743.248743.248743.24874
Set in a post-nuclear war of the year 2024, the main character, Vic (Don Johnson), is an 18-year-old boy, born in and scavenging throughout the wasteland of the former southwestern United States. Vic is most concerned with food and sex; having lost both of his parents, he has no formal education and does not understand ethics or morality. He is accompanied by a well-read, misanthropic, telepathic dog named Blood, who helps him locate women, in return for food. Blood cannot forage for himself, due to the same genetic engineering that granted him telepathy. The two steal for a living, evading bands of marauders, berserk androids, and mutants. Blood and Vic have an occasionally antagonistic relationship (Blood frequently annoys Vic by calling him "Albert" for reasons never made clear), though they realize they need each other. Blood wishes to find a legendary promised land where above ground utopias are said to exist, though Vic believes that they must make the best of what they have.
Best Friends
Genres Drama
Actors Richard Hatch, Susanne Benton
Roles Kathy
Rating48% 2.421892.421892.421892.421892.42189
Guess Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?
Directed by Theodore J. Flicker
Genres Comedy
Themes Films based on plays
Actors Barbara Eden, Dean Jones, Kenneth Mars, Susanne Benton, Reta Shaw
Roles Chloe Gregory
Rating52% 2.6232252.6232252.6232252.6232252.623225
Francine Gregory (Barbara Eden) is a divorced woman whose charming, vagabond, penniless ex-husband George (Dean Jones) brings hilarity and havoc into her life when he moves into her house with his new wife, baby and dog during his annual summer visit.
Cover Me Babe, 1h29
Directed by Noel Black
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Actors Robert Forster, Sondra Locke, Sam Waterston, Ken Kercheval, Michael Margotta, Susanne Benton
Roles Sybil
Rating51% 2.556372.556372.556372.556372.55637
Tony Hall is a film-school student who does not care to make conventional films. His first avant-garde effort features Melisse, who soon becomes Tony's lover and moves in with him.
Catch-22 (1970)
, 2h2
Directed by Mike Nichols, Andrew Marton
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Military humor in film, Transport films, Aviation films, Political films, United States Armed Forces in films
Actors Alan Arkin, Martin Balsam, Richard Benjamin, Art Garfunkel, Jack Gilford, Buck Henry
Roles Dreedle's WAC
Rating71% 3.598153.598153.598153.598153.59815
Captain Yossarian (Alan Arkin), a U.S. Army Air Force B-25 bombardier, is stationed on the Mediterranean base on Pianosa during World War II. Along with his squadron members, Yossarian is committed to flying dangerous missions, and after watching friends die, he seeks a means of escape.
That Cold Day in the Park, 1h53
Directed by Robert Altman
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Sandy Dennis, Michael Burns, Michael Murphy, Susanne Benton, Luana Anders
Roles Nina
Rating69% 3.4953453.4953453.4953453.4953453.495345
That Cold Day in the Park est un thriller psychologique de 1969 réalisé par Robert Altman, adaptation du roman éponyme de Peter Miles par Gillian Freeman. Le film a été tourné à Vancouver. Le film a été projeté au Festival de Cannes en 1969, hors compétition.