Hotel and Dynasty as well as Knots Landing and Falcon Crest. (This photo is not from the book. Just here as a reference.)
To Tell the Truth. She would remain on the series for five years, trying to guess which of three contestants was, in fact, the person they claimed to be while the other two were imposters. To tell my own truth, I have found that a little of Polly Bergen goes a pretty long way on these episodes. She affected a highly coy, woe-is-me, spoiled child sort of demeanor that some people enjoyed more than others, though she has even now an undeniable following.
The Party's Over," which became a closing theme on the show. This was all apart from multitudinous appearances on all the other hit shows of that ilk during the 1950s. She also became "The Pepsi-Cola Girl" thanks to a series of TV commercials she did for the soft drink.
The Caretakers (1963), in which she played a highly distraught mental patient in a hospital with nurses overseen by a commandeering Joan Crawford.
Constance Ford looking fraught with worry, Crawford at her most steely and Bergen still loonily in character?)
Doris Day in the lead and James Garner in for Dean Martin. The result was Move Over Darling (1963) in which the presumed dead Day came back just as Garner has married a second wife, Polly Bergen.
this old post of mine on swimsuits.
Fabergé, who had a hand in this book as well, though she remained involved with it.
as if they're in a remake of Airport (1970.)
As the book only offers black and white photos of Bergen apart from the cover, I give you a couple of pics of her in color to round out this edition of Fun Finds.