Map of Karachi Tourist on Veteran actor Jon Hall, later to gain television fame in the early 1950s in the title role of the syndicated show Ramar of the Jungle, committed suicide in December 1979 to escape a lingering death from bladder cancer. In 1951, Cabot’s promising performance in the small role of Indian maiden Monahseetah in Tomahawk starring Van Heflin prompted Universal to sign her to an exclusive contract. At Universal, the young actress was relegated to exotic roles in costume dramas and Westerns. Cabot’s films for Universal (released through Universal-International) include Flame of Araby (1952), Son of Ali Baba (1952, as Tala), The Battle at Apache Pass (1952), The Duel at Silver Creek (1952), Gunsmoke (1953), and her final film for the studio, Ride Clear of Diablo (1954). Cabot 52 Fed up with the limited roles being offered to her in Hollywood, Cabot left the movies and returned to New York City to appear in the off Broadway stage production A Stone for Danny Fisher. The play (based on a Harold Robbins novel) opened at the Downtown National Theatre on October 21, 1954 to lukewarm reviews. Cabot received fourth billing in the production and was not mentioned in The New York Times review the following day. Map of Karachi Tourist 2016.
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