Mona Freeman, a star typecast as a teen in 1950s-era film, dies at 87

By Steve Chawkins Los Angeles Times Published Jun 7, 2014 at 12:01AM
The Associated Press file photo Mona Freeman, far right, learns sign language with Tony Curtis from Marjorie Ramsay, a tutor on the set of the movie “Flesh and Fury” in 1951. Curtis starred as a deaf-mute prizefighter in the film. In movie after movie, Freeman played a pretty blonde.