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AA: Leslie Parrish from The Manchurian Candidate. I remembered the scene and film, but I had to look up her name from IMDB.
DD Susan Hayward...but I had to use google to be 100% sure.
I'm going to take a guess at CC to be Debra Padget in Broken Arrow (1950)Can't find any matching image and google says nothing except the artist is Metek.That was incorrect. A bit more searching under his name uncovered the photo as:Marguerite Chapman in Relentless (1948)That one was tough.
EE Joy page, Casablsnca. Lovely looking lady
FF is Rita Gam. The film is The Thief (1952). I was intrigued by the 'nothing to say' bit. From the IMDB for the film -The Thief is one of the few films with synchronized sound to be made completely without spoken dialog.
I still have no idea, and doubt I will. Bruce, looks like these two are all yours
That did it for HH. It is Susan Peters, one of the most tragic, yet oddly forgotten, stories of Hollywood female
stars who rise and fall in a short time. She was one of MGM's most
promising young female stars in 1943, and she married actor Richard
Quine, but in 1945, she was wounded in a hunting accident, and she
became paralyzed from the waist down. She appeared in the 1948 movie The
Sign of the Ram as a wheelchair-bound matriarch, but without much
success (1948 audiences were not very understanding about disabilities),
and tragically, she divorced and starved herself to death, dying in
1952 at the age of 31.