Regina Carrol

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Regina Carrol
Regina Carol Gelfan

(1943-05-02)May 2, 1943
DiedNovember 4, 1992(1992-11-04) (aged 49)
Other namesGina Adamson
Years active1959–1982
Spouse(s)Al Adamson (1972 - 1992: her death)

Regina Carrol (May 2, 1943 – November 4, 1992) was an American performer, born as Regina Carol Gelfan, mostly remembered for her roles in films directed by her husband, Al Adamson.

After several stage roles she entered film through a family friend, Steve Cochran who gave her a small role as a beatnik in The Beat Generation (1959). She met Al Adamson in a coffee shop in 1968 that led her to appear in several of his films.[1]

She died of cancer in St. George, Utah on November 4, 1992.[2]

Singing roles[edit]


Year Title Role Notes
1960 From the Terrace Minor Role Uncredited
1961 Two Rode Together Wakanana Uncredited
1964 Viva Las Vegas Showgirl Uncredited
1965 The Slender Thread Uncredited
1966 The Glass Bottom Boat Uncredited
1966 The Fiend with the Electronic Brain Susan Vanard
1969 Satan's Sadists Gina
1971 Brain of Blood Tracy
1971 The Female Bunch Libby
1971 Dracula vs. Frankenstein Judith Fontaine
1972 Angels' Wild Women Margo
1972 Blood of Ghastly Horror Susan Vanard
1974 Girls for Rent Moll Uncredited
1975 Jessi's Girls Claire
1975 Blazing Stewardesses Lori Winters
1976 Black Heat Valerie
1977 Black Samurai Voodoo Dancer / Party Stripper
1978 Doctor Dracula Valerie
1981 Carnival Magic Kate


  1. ^ p. 228 Lisanti, Tom Drive-in Dream Girls: A Galaxy of B-movie Starlets of the Sixties McFarland, 1 Jan 2003
  2. ^ "Regina Carrol Is Dead; Horror Film Star, 49". Retrieved 19 August 2018.

Brain of Blood was featured on an installment of Cinematic Titanic in 2008 under the title The Oozing Skull.[1]

External links[edit]

  1. ^ "Cinematic Titanic: The Complete Collection - DVD - Shout! Factory". Retrieved 19 August 2018.