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Jayne Mansfield – Before Anna Nicole, Before Pam Anderson, there was Jayne Mansfield. The original working mom with severe determination and drive. The original Playboy centerfold, the first huge Hollywood star to appear nude in a film. Marriage, Divorces, Five Children, Success and Dissapointment, the Story of Jayne Mansfield’s life has it all, and I’m happy to tell the true story of TV Star Mariska Hargitay’s mothers life!

+++ Vita Jayne Mansfield

1955 Female Jungle
(The Hangover – original title)
Candy Price Burt Kaiser, Kathleen Crowley Bruno VeSota Burt Kaiser, Kathleen Crowley (United States)
1955 Pete Kelly’s Blues Cigarette Girl Jack Webb, Janet Leigh, Edmond O’Brien, Peggy Lee Jack Webb Warner Bros. Uncredited.
1955 Underwater! Girl in Bikini by Pool Jane Russell, Richard Egan, Lori Nelson John Sturges RKO Radio Pictures (United States) Uncredited.
1955 Illegal Angel O’Hara Edward G. Robinson, Nina Foch, Hugh Marlowe Lewis Allen Warner Bros. (United States)
1955 Hell on Frisco Bay Mario’s dance partner in nightclub Alan Ladd, Fay Wray Frank Tuttle Jaguar Productions (United States) Uncredited.
1956 The Girl Can’t Help It
(Do Re Mi – original title)
Jerri Jordan Tom Ewell, Edmond O’Brien, Julie London, Ray Anthony Frank Tashlin 20th Century Fox (United States)
1957 The Burglar Gladden Dan Duryea, Martha Vickers, Peter Capell, Mickey Shaughnessy Paul Wendkos Columbia Pictures (United States) Filmed in 1955.
1957 The Wayward Bus Camille Oakes Joan Collins, Dan Dailey Victor Vicas 20th Century Fox (United States)
1957 Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?
(Oh! For a Man! – UK, original title; Siren in Blond – Germany)
Rita Marlowe Tony Randall, Betsy Drake, Joan Blondell, John Williams, Henry Jones Frank Tashlin 20th Century Fox (United States)
1957 Kiss Them for Me Alice Kratzner Cary Grant, Leif Erickson, Suzy Parker Stanley Donen Sol C. Siegel (United States)
1958 (1959) The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw
(La Bionda e Lo Sceriffo – Italy; The Blonde and the Sheriff – US)
Kate Kenneth More, Henry Hull, Bruce Cabot Raoul Walsh 20th Century Fox (United States)
1960 (1963) The Challenge
(It Takes a Thief – U.S.)
Billy Anthony Quayle, Carl Möhner, Peter Reynolds John Gilling Alexandra (United Kingdom)
1960 (1961) Too Hot to Handle
(Playgirl After Dark – U.S.)
Midnight Franklin Leo Genn, Karlheinz Böhm, Christopher Lee Terence Young Wigmore Productions (United Kingdom)
1960 (Never released theatrically in the USA) The Loves of Hercules
(Gli Amori di Ercole – Italy; Les Amours d’Hercule – France; Hercules vs. the Hydra – TV title)
Queen Dianira/ Hippolyta Mickey Hargitay, Massimo Serato Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia Contact Organisation (Italy) Voiced by Carolyn De Fonseca
1961 The George Raft Story
(Spin of a Coin – UK)
Lisa Lang Ray Danton, Julie London, Barrie Chase Joseph M. Newman Allied Artists Pictures (United States)
1962 It Happened in Athens Eleni Costa Trax Colton, Nico Minardos, Bob Mathias Andrew Marton 20th Century Fox (United States) Filmed in fall, 1960. Filmed in Greece.
1963 (Never released) Heimweh nach St. Pauli
(Homesick for St. Pauli)
Evelyne Freddy Quinn, Josef Albrecht, Ullrich Haupt Werner Jacobs Rapid Film (Germany)
1963 Promises! Promises!
(Promise Her Anything – some releases)
Sandy Brooks Marie McDonald, Tommy Noonan, Mickey Hargitay King Donovan Tommy Noonan, Donald F. Taylor (United States)
1964 (1966) L’Amore Primitivo
(Primitive Love – U.S.)
Dr. Jane Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia, Mickey Hargitay Luigi Scattini G.L.M. (Italy) Voiced by Carolyn De Fonseca. Filmed in Italy in May 1964.[1]
1964 Panic Button
(Let’s Go Bust – U.S.; Operazione Fisco – Italy)
Angela Maurice Chevalier, Eleanor Parker, Mike Connors George Sherman, Giuliano Carnimeo Gordon Films (United States) Filmed in 1962. Filmed in Italy.
1964 (1966) Einer frisst den anderen
(Dog Eat Dog! – U.S.)
Darlene/ Mrs. Smithopolis Cameron Mitchell, Dodie Heath, Ivor Salter Richard E. Cunha, Gustav Gavrin Dubrava Film (Germany) Voiced by Carolyn De Fonseca. Filmed in late 1963 in Yugoslavia.[2]
1966 The Fat Spy Junior Wellington Phyllis Diller, Jack E. Leonard Joseph Cates Woolner Brothers (United States)
1966 The Las Vegas Hillbillys
(Country Music)
Tawny Downs Ferlin Husky Arthur Pierson Woolner Brothers (United States)
1967 A Guide for the Married Man Technical Adviser (Girl with Harold) Walter Matthau, Inger Stevens Gene Kelly 20th Century Fox (United States) Cameo appearance.
1968 Single Room Furnished Johnnie/ Mae/ Eileen Dorothy Keller, Fabian Dean, Billy M. Greene Matt Cimber Empire Film Studios (United States) Posthumous release. Filmed in mid-1966.
1968 The Wild, Wild World of Jayne Mansfield Herself Mickey Hargitay; Robert Jason (narrator) Charles W. Broun, Jr.; Joel Holt Jad Films; Parnass Film Documentary. Filmed in 1967. Posthumous release. Voiced by Carolyn De Fonseca

Television work
Fiction

Show Broadcast year Episode Station Co-stars Writer Director Producer Notes
Burke’s Law March, 1964 „Who Killed Molly“?
Episode 26, Season 1
Four Star Television
The Red Skelton Hour February, 1963 „Advice to the Loveworn“
Episode 21, Season 12
CBS
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour December, 1962 „Hangover“
Episode 12, Season 1
The Red Skelton Hour September, 1961 „Will Success Spoil Clem Kadiddlehopper“?
Episode 1, Season 11
CBS
Monte Carlo August, 1961 20th Century Fox Television
Kraft Mystery Theater August, 1961 „The House of Rue Riviera“
Episode 12, Season 1
Follow the Sun February, 1962 „The Dumbest Blonde“
Episode 21, Season 1
20th Century Fox Television
After Hours December, 1959 Episode 13, Season 2 ABC Jesse Goldstein, Dave O’Brien, Sherwood Schwartz, Red Skelton Seymour Berns ABC Weekend Television
The Red Skelton Hour 6 October 1959 „Clem’s General Store“
Episode 2, Season 9
CBS David Rose and his Orchestra, Jamie Farr, Art Gilmore, The Skelton Dancers, Red Skelton, Jesse White Jesse Goldstein, Dave O’Brien, Sherwood Schwartz, Red Skelton Seymour Berns Desilu Productions
Shower of Stars January 1957 „Star Time“
Episode 4, Season 3
NBC Coleman Jacoby, Arnie Rosen Joseph Cates Desilu Productions
Sunday Spectacular July, 1956 „The Bachelor“
TV movie
CBS Raymond Bramley, Renzo Cesana, Carol Haney, Harry Holcombe, Georgann Johnson, Hal March, Julie Wilson Sam Perrin, George Balzer, Hal Goldman, Al Gordon Ralph Levy J&M Productions Genre: Comedy show
Lux Video Theatre 21 October 1954 „An Angel Went AWOL“ NBC Ken Carpenter, Joanne Dru, Robert Jordan, Charlotte Knight, Margaret Lindsay, George Nader, Angela Stevens Winifred Wolfe, Jack Gordun Earl Eby J. Walter Thompson Genre: Live
Uncredited

Shows

Show Broadcast year Episode Station Co-stars Writer Director Producer Notes
Dateline: Hollywood 30 June 1967 Genre: Talk show
The Joey Bishop Show 19 June 1967 Episode 46, Season 1 Frankie Laine, Louis Lomax, Ross Martin Genre: Talk show
Candid Camera 13 March 1967 Genre: Reality-TV
The Pat Boone Show 12 January 1967 Robert Clary Genre: Comedy
The Pat Boone Show 11 January 1967 Robert Clary Genre: Comedy
The Bob Hope Show 14 December 1966 „A Bob Hope Comedy Special“
Episode 4, Season 17
Michael Caine, Glenn Ford, Glenn Ford, Merle Oberon, Elke Sommer Hope Enterprise Genre: Variety show
What’s My Line? 1956, 1957, 1964, 1966 4 Episodes CBS Genre: Game show
The Jack Benny Program November 1963 „Jack Takes Boat to Hawaii“
Episode 9, Season 14
CBS Peggy Mondo, Sam Hearn, Donald Randolph, Vince Williams, Ollie O’Toole, Dolores Domasin Sam Perrin, George Balzer, Al Gordon, Hal Goldman Frederick De Cordova J&M Productions Genre: Comedy show
The Tonight Show January, 1962 Episode 9, Season 14 NBC NBC Genre: Late-night talk show
Alternative title: The Jack Paar Tonight Show
The Tonight Show April, 1962 Episode 9, Season 14 NBC NBC Genre: Late-night talk show
Val Parnell’s Sunday Night at the London Palladium September, 1957 Episode 1, Season 3 Associated Television Genre: Variety show
The Ed Sullivan Show May, 1957 4 Episodes CBS Genre: Variety show
Alternative title: Toast of the Town
The Ed Sullivan Show August, 1957 Episode 46, Season 10 CBS Genre: Variety show
Tonight! America After Dark 1957 Episode 9, Season 14 NBC Paul Coates, Bob Considine, Joan Crawford NBC Genre: Late-night talk show
The Jack Benny Program December, 1956 „Talent Show“
Episode 8, Season 7
CBS Rochester Van Jones, Don Wilson Sam Perrin, George Balzer, Hal Goldman, Al Gordon Ralph Levy J&M Productions Genre: Comedy show
  • Person to Person
  • Talk It Up
  • The Match Game

Discography
Albums

Release year Title Co-artist Publisher Production Country Notes
1962 Jayne Mansfield Busts up Las Vegas Mickey Hargitay, Arthur Blake, Bill Reddie & his Orchestra 20th Century Fox United States Recorded in the Arabian Room at the Dunes Hotel
1964 Shakespeare, Tchaikovsky & Me Earl Wilson (liner notes) MGM United States
2000 I Wanna Be Loved By You Golden Options United States Posthumous
2002 Dyed Blondes Marilyn Monroe Recall Records United States Posthumous
2003 Too Hot to Handle Blue Moon France Posthumous

Singles

Release year Title Alternative title Co-artist Publisher Production country Notes
1966 That Makes It United States From the film The Las Vegas Hillbillys
1960 Too Hot to Handle United States From the film Too Hot to Handle
Little Things Mean a Lot United States
1967 As The Clouds Drift By Jimi Hendrix[3] United States A-side of Suey[3]
1967 Suey Jimi Hendrix[3] United States B-side of As The Clouds Drift By[3]
You Were Made for Me United States
1963 Wo Ist Der Mann Germany From the film Heimweh nach St. Pauli
1963 Snicksnack-Snucklchen Germany From the film Heimweh nach St. Pauli
1963 I’m in love Lullaby of Love United States From the film Promises! Promises!
1963 Promise her anything United States From the film Promises! Promises!
It’s a Living United States

Stage work

Opening date Title Location Co-artist Playwright Director Notes
1953 Death of a Salesman Arthur Miller
13 October 1955 Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? George Axelrod George Axelrod
February 12, 1958 The Tropicana Holiday Tropicana Las Vegas Mickey Hargitay, Elaine Dunn, Cathy Lee Crosby, Dante D’Paulo, Gearoge Chakaris, Lizanne Truex, Sean Garrison, Jack Ackerman Monte Proser Striptease revue
December 29, 1960 The House of Love Tropicana Las Vegas Mickey Hargitay Jack Cole Striptease revue
1962 Les Poupees De Paris Pearl Bailey, Milton Berle, Cyd Charisse, Annie Farge, Gene Kelly, Liberace, Tony Martin, Phil Silvers, Loretta Young Sammy Cahn (Lyrics) James Van Heusen (Music)
May 26, 1965 Bus Stop William Inge Matt Cimber
1966 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Leo Robin (Lyrics) Jule Styne (Music)
December 1, 1965 Rabbit Habit Denver
1965 Champagne Complex Matt Cimber
Fremdmaterial in DJ & Host Otto Fuchs with a Keep On Rockin´ Special a day after the world womens day - with a tribute to the intelligent, yet dumb marketed sex symbol Jayne Mansfield!
Rock & Roll Twist Medley by The Vision Mastermixers (cc by 4.0 )
The Girl Can´t Help It by Little Richard (cc by 4.0 )
Chantilly Lace by Jerry Lee Lewis (cc by 4.0 )
That Makes It by Jayne Mansfield (cc by 4.0 )
Joey´s Song by Bill Haley & His Comets (cc by 4.0 )
Little Things Mean A Lot by Jayne Mansfield (cc by 4.0 )
Do You Remember? by The Vision Mastermixers (cc by 4.0 )
Too Hot To Handle by Jayne Mansfield (cc by 4.0 )
Suey by Jayne Mansfield (cc by 4.0 )
Lonely by Eddie Cochran (cc by 4.0 )
Jayne Mansfield Interview by The Voice of Hollywood - Interview with Jayne Mansfield (cc by 4.0 )
I Got A Woman by Joey Green & Orchestra (cc by 4.0 )
Wo ist der Mann? by Jayne Mansfield (cc by 4.0 )
Snick-Snack-Snuckelchen by Jayne Mansfield (cc by 4.0 )
The Jack Benny Show featuring Jayne Mansfield by Jayne Mansfield with Jack Benny (cc by 4.0 )