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By the early 1940s, she and her mother had moved to Los Angeles, where De Carlo participated in beauty contests and worked as a dancer in nightclubs.
She began working in motion pictures in 1941, in short subjects.
Yvonne, her best-selling autobiography, was published in 1987.
A stroke survivor, De Carlo died of heart failure in 2007.
She sang "The Lamp of Memory" in a three-minute Soundies musical, and worked briefly at Columbia Pictures. Derr in the James Fenimore Cooper adventure Deerslayer (1943, ultimately released by Republic Pictures).
In 1942, she signed a three-year contract with Paramount Pictures, where she was given uncredited bit parts in important films and was intended to replace Dorothy Lamour. She obtained her breakthrough role in Salome, Where She Danced (1945), a Universal Pictures release produced by Walter Wanger, who described her as "the most beautiful girl in the world." The film's publicity and success turned her into a star, and she signed a five-year contract with Universal.
From then on, Universal starred her in its lavish Technicolor productions, such as Frontier Gal (1945), Song of Scheherazade (1947), and Slave Girl (1947).
Cameramen voted her "Queen of Technicolor" three years in a row.
The winner was the contestant that wins at least two out of the three rounds, and went on to win a party in a private VIP room with a select group of friends.They confirmed afterward that as she was being shifted to the delivery table, she was shouting, "I want a girl. Marie, a "wayward and rebellious" teenager, had aspired to become a dancer and worked as a milliner's apprentice until she met Peggy's father, William Shelto Middleton, Marie wanted her daughter to have a career in show business and made sure Peggy received the necessary singing and dancing lessons. Paul's Anglican Church to strengthen her voice, In January 1941, Granlund sent a telegram to immigration officials pledging his sponsorship of De Carlo in the U.S., and affirmed his offer of steady employment, both requirements to reenter the country.Pomeroy got De Carlo an uncredited role as a bathing beauty in a Columbia Pictures B film, Harvard, Here I Come (1941).She had one line ("Nowadays a girl must show a front") in a scene with the film's star, Maxie Rosenbloom. De Carlo was cast as an island girl in Road to Morocco (1942) at Paramount.