Carol Forman

Carol Forman, an actress who first appeared on the silver screen in 1946 portraying Raymond Burr’s girlfriend in “San Quentin,” died July 9 of natural causes at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Burbank. She was in her late 70s.

Forman, who was born in Epps, Ala., signed with RKO Pictures shortly after World War II.

Forman’s screen credits include “The Mozart Story,” “By the Light of the Silvery Moon,” starring Doris Day, and several Westerns with Tim Holt.

Forman played opposite Roland Winters in the “Charlie Chan” series and played the Spider Lady in the “Superman” series. She was best known as the lead in the “Black Widow” serial recently rereleased on video.

She is survived by three daughters.

Donations in Forman’s name may be made to the Motion Picture Country Home and Hospital in Woodland Hills

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