Annette Funicello
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Back to the Beach (1987)
[ Lori Loughlin ][ Connie Stevens ][ Barbara Billingsley ][ Linda Carol ]
Lots of Luck (1985)
[ Tracey Gold ][ Polly Holliday ]
Jungle Man/Mary Ann and Miss Sophisticate (1980)
Birthday Party/Ghostbreaker (1979)
[ Janet Leigh ]
Business of Love, The/Crash Diet Crisis/I'll Never Fall in Love Again (1978)
[ Caren Kaye ]
Frankie and Annette: The Second Time Around (1978)
[ Markie Post ]
Episode dated 8 September 1976 (1976)
Episode dated 1 September 1976 (1976)
Episode dated 25 August 1976 (1976)
Babes in Toyland: Part 2 (1969)
Babes in Toyland: Part 1 (1969)
Head (1968)
[ Teri Garr ][ Toni Basil ][ June Fairchild ][ Carol Doda ]
Thunder Alley (1967)
Fireball 500 (1966)
Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965)
[ Deanna Lund ]
How to Stuff a Wild Bikini (1965)
[ Elizabeth Montgomery ]
Ski Party (1965)
[ Yvonne Craig ]
The Monkey's Uncle (1965)
Beach Blanket Bingo (1965)
[ Linda Evans ][ Marta Kristen ]
Pajama Party (1964)
[ Teri Garr ][ Elsa Lanchester ][ Dorothy Lamour ][ Toni Basil ]
Bikini Beach (1964)
[ Meredith Macrae ]
Muscle Beach Party (1964)
[ Luciana Paluzzi ]
The Misadventures of Merlin Jones (1964)
Who Killed the Kind Doctor? (1963)
[ Sheree North ]
Beach Party (1963)
[ Elizabeth Montgomery ][ Dorothy Malone ][ Meredith Macrae ][ Yvette Vickers ]
Escapade in Florence: Part 2 (1962)
Escapade in Florence: Part 1 (1962)
Escapade in Florence (1962)
The Golden Horseshoe Revue (1962)
Elfego Baca: Six Gun Law (1962)
The Horsemasters (1961)
[ Jean Marsh ][ Janet Munro ]
Babes in Toyland (1961)
The Brooch (1959)
Please Believe Me (1959)
The Missing Father (1959)
The Shaggy Dog (1959)
Disneyland: The Fourth Anniversary Show (1957)
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Vincent Price
Walt Disney
Mickey Rooney
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Peter Lorre
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Vincent Schiavelli
O.J. Simpson
Bob Denver
Jack Albertson
Fred MacMurray


The "sweetheart" of TV's The Mickey Mouse Club, American entertainer Annette Funicello began performing at age 10. The Disney people themselves sensed that Funicello had star quality, building several musical numbers around her on The Mickey Mouse Club and fashioning her own Club show-within-a-show miniseries, appropriately titled "Annette." Funicello's post-Mickey Mouse career was far more successful than that of many of her fellow Mouseketeers—and the reasons cannot be charged up to looks alone. She also was guest-starred on the Disney TV series Zorro and Wonderful World of Color, and was given sizeable roles in such Disney theatrical features as The Shaggy Dog (59) and Babes in Toyland (61). While still under contract to Disney, Funicello began appearing in American-International's Beach Party series, usually co-starring with Frankie Avalon. Though these films were distinguished by undulating, bikinied females, Walt Disney decreed that Funicello never be involved in any "suggestive" sequences—nor were her two-piece bathing suits permitted to uncover her navel. After playing an extended cameo role as Davy Jones' sweetheart in The Monkees' film vehicle Head (68), Funicello cut down on her professional appearances, preferring to spend time with her family. During the 1970s, she became spokeswoman for a popular brand of peanut butter, her commercial appearances constituting the bulk of her on-camera time during this period. In 1987, she and onetime cohort Frankie Avalon co-financed and starred in the nostalgic musical film Back to the Beach. In recent years, Funicello has been struggling against the ravages of multiple sclerosis; her courage and high spirits in the face of intense pain and decreasing mobility have been inspirational, as well as beneficial in helping to raise funds for further research of degenerative diseases. In 1994, Annette Funicello published her autobiography, the tone of which perfectly reflected the actress herself: discreet, ladylike and boundlessly cheerful.

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