Allison Hayes Movies List

Allison Hayes
Allison Hayes
06-03-1930
Charleston, West Virginia, U.S.A.
20
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Actor Allison Hayes Filmography

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Showing 1 to 10 of 20 movies
Ruby
Ruby ( English )
Release date: 23-06-1977
The Crawling Hand
The Crawling Hand ( English )
Artist: Peter Breck , Kent Taylor , Rod Lauren , Alan Hale Jr. , Allison Hayes
Director: Herbert L. Strock
Release date: 04-09-1963
The High Powered Rifle
Artist: Willard Parker , Allison Hayes , Dan Simmons , John Holland , Shirley O'Hara
Director: Maury Dexter
Release date: 01-09-1960
The Hypnotic Eye
The Hypnotic Eye ( English )
Artist: Jacques Bergerac , Allison Hayes , Marcia Henderson , Merry Anders , Joe Patridge
Director: George Blair
Music Director: Marlin Skiles
Release date: 27-02-1960
Counterplot
Counterplot ( English )
Artist: Forrest Tucker , Allison Hayes , Gerald Milton , Jackie Wayne , Richard Verney
Director: Kurt Neumann
Music Director: Héctor Moll , José R. Ramírez
Release date: 01-10-1959
Hong Kong Confidential
Artist: Gene Barry , Beverly Tyler , Noel Drayton , Allison Hayes , Philip Ahn
Director: Edward L. Cahn
Release date: 01-10-1958
Lust to Kill
Lust to Kill ( English )
Artist: Jim Davis , Allison Hayes , Don Megowan , Sandra Giles , Gerald Milton
Director: Oliver Drake
Release date: 28-09-1958
Attack of the 50 Foot Woman
Artist: Allison Hayes , William Hudson , Yvette Vickers , Roy Gordon , George Douglas
Director: Nathan H. Juran
Music Director: Ronald Stein
Release date: 19-05-1958
The Disembodied
The Disembodied ( English )
Artist: Paul Burke , Allison Hayes , John Wengraf , Eugenia Paul , Joel Marston
Director: Walter Grauman
Music Director: Marlin Skiles
Release date: 25-08-1957
The Undead
The Undead ( English )
Director: Roger Corman , Lou Place
Music Director: Ronald Stein , Robert Post
Release date: 01-03-1957
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Showing 1 to 10 of 20 movies

Allison Hayes Biography

Born Mary Jane Hayes in Charleston, West Virginia, she was in the class of 1948 at Calvin Coolidge High School. Hayes won the title of Miss District of Columbia. She went on to represent D.C. in the 1949 Miss America pageant. Although she did not win the competition, it provided her with the opportunity to work in local television before moving to Hollywood to work for Universal Pictures in 1954. Taking the name Allison Hayes, she played small roles in a handful of films at Universal for a couple of years. In 1955 she filed a lawsuit against the studio over injuries she sustained while filming her second picture, SIGN OF THE PAGAN. Universal released Hayes from her contract, and she was subsequently signed by Columbia Pictures. After appearing in a handful of Columbia films including COUNT THREE AND PRAY, MOHAWK, and WOLF DOG, Hayes was given in the lead role in ATTACK OF THE 50 FOOT WOMAN (1958). The film would eventually gain a cult following and become the performance for which she is best known. However, it did not escalate Hayes's career at the time. For several years she remained consistently employed in movies and on television (including an extended stint on the soap opera "General Hospital" and several appearances on her friend Raymond Burr's "Perry Mason" series). By the mid-1960s, though, Allison Hayes's career was all but over and she was beset by health problems. She would later admit that the pain of her illness led her to contemplate suicide, and that her symptoms were not taken seriously by doctors. After reading about metal poisoning in factory workers and recognizing the similarity of the symptoms described to her own, she hired a toxicologist to test a calcium supplement she'd been using for an extended time. The tests revealed that the pills contained an extreme amount of lead, and that Hayes was likely suffering from lead poisoning. She mounted a campaign to pressure the Food and Drug Administration into banning the supplement, but her condition deteriorated to the point of total incapacity. In 1976 she was diagnosed with leukemia, and began regular cancer treatment. Allison Hayes died February 26, 1977 at the UCSD Medical Center in La Jolla, California, just short of her 47th birthday. In a letter that arrived after her death, the FDA informed her of amendments being made to the laws governing the importation of nutritional supplements, largely as a result of her advocacy.

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Roger Corman
5 Movies
Mark Hanna
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