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Marsha Jordan (I)

Marsha Jordan was the reigning queen of softcore cinema in the 1960s. She was born Carolyn Marcel Jordan in the small Southern town of Gadsden, Alabama. She was the granddaughter of a minister and grew up in a Catholic convent. Jordan cites John Wayne as her "ultimate hero." At one point she worked as a stewardess for Delta Airlines. Marsha first ... See full bio »

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Known For

Count Yorga, Vampire
Count Yorga, Vampire Donna's Mother
(1970)
Her Odd Tastes
(1969)
The Golden Box
(1970)
The Head Mistress
The Head Mistress The Head Mistress
(1968)

Filmography

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 1974 Inside Amy
Irene Simon
 1974 I Love You, I Love You Not
Lynn's Mother
 1973 The Black Alley Cats
Mrs. Kincade
 1973 Teen-Age Jail Bait
Valerie Forsythe
 1972 Breast Orgy (Short)
 1972 Breast Orgy 2 (Short)
 1972 Sweet Georgia
Georgia
 1972 The Snow Bunnies
Joan
 1972 Prison Girls
Sugar (as Carol Peters)
 1972 The Class Reunion
Jane
 1972 Tonite... I Love You
Marsha
 1972 Dr. Carstair's 1869 Love-Root Elixir
Miss Molly (as Marge Wilson)
 1971 Love Boccaccio Style
Patrizia
 1971 Ride the Hot Wind
Lady driver (uncredited)
 1971 The Toy Box
Party Girl in Orange
 1971 Six Women
Maud
 1971 Uschi Digart: Girl Snatcher (Short)
Kidnapped Girl (uncredited)
 1970 Everybody Goes Ape
Ann (uncredited)
 1970 Love from Paris
Marsha (uncredited)
 1970 The Ranch Hand
Lynn Lydia (uncredited)
 1970 Count Yorga, Vampire
Donna's Mother
 1970 The Golden Box
Diane
 1970 Marsha: The Erotic Housewife
Marsha Bannister
 1969 The Divorcee
Betty Brant
 1969 Her Odd Tastes
Chris (as Marsh Jordon)
 1969 Infrasexum
Mrs. Allison
 1969 2069 A.D.
Natasha (as Marsha Kopete)
 1969 Lady Godiva Rides
Lady Godiva Betherli
 1969 The Ramrodder
Motula (as Marcia Jordan)
 1968 Office Love-in, White-Collar Style
Ann Albertson (as Carol Saunders)
 1968 The Muthers
Sally Driscoll (as Marsha Jordon)
 1968 Suburban Pagans
Marsha (as Carole Sanders)
 1968 College Girls
First Blonde
 1968 Nude Django
Miss Mollie (as Vanessa Van Dyke)
 1968 The Hellcats
 1968 The Head Mistress
The Head Mistress (as Vanessa Van Dyke)
 1967 Hells Angels on Wheels
Biker babe (uncredited)
 1966 Una vergine per un bastardo
Woman in Yacht (uncredited)
 1964 Pussycat Pussycat
Various Roles (uncredited)
 1964 Dr. Sex
Julie (as Marcia Jordanus)
 1962 Bachelor Tom Peeping
Bouncy Bouncy
  Candid Nudistviews No 3: An Afternoon with Marlene (Short)
Marlene (uncredited)
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TV commercial: Gleem toothpaste. See more »

Publicity Listings:

3 Pictorials | 3 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »

Alternate Names:

Marcia Jordan | Marcia Jordanus | Marsha Jordon | Marsh Jordon | Marsha Kopete | Carol Peters | Carole Sanders | Carol Saunders | Vanessa Van Dyke | Marge Wilson
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[on her public appearances at movie theaters] Maybe a little press conference and ads in the newspapers and TV saying I was going to be there signing or giving away 8x10 autographed pictures. And they would set up a little table with flowers on it in the lobby. They would say, "Oh, you're the first real movie star I've met in my life." And you'd want to laugh and know that you couldn't because ... See more »

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Grew up in a Catholic convent. See more »

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