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Patricia Medina, a 1950's leading lady who appeared in films like 'Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion,' 'Botany Bay,' 'Phantom of the Rue Morgue,' 'Sangaree' and 'Plunder of the Sun,' has died at age 92 in Los Angeles, California.
The British-born actress was the widow of actor Joseph Cotten. She arrived in Hollywood after World War II and signed with MGM studios. In 1998, she wrote an autobiography, 'Laid Back in Hollywood.'
(Pictured: Film star Patricia Medina smiles in her room at London's Savoy Hotel on Dec. 11, 1953, before her appearance in the 'What's My Line' TV game show. She is wearing an ice-blue satin gown by Dior and large hoop pearl earrings.)
(AP Photo / Leslie Priest)