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Sheila Britt

Sheila Britt is an actress, known for Cargo of Love (1968), Love Me... Please! (1972) and Murder in Mississippi (1965). See full bio »

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Murder in Mississippi Carol Lee Byrd


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 1972 Love Me... Please!
Ilona (as Sheila Britton)
 1970 Pleasure Plantation
Prissy (as Sheila Brittan)
 1970 Yellow Bird
 1969 Submission (as Sheba Britt)
 1969 Marcy
June Rutland
 1968 Cargo of Love
Ellie (as Sheba Britt)
 1968 Love After Death
Lover in bedroom (uncredited)
 1968 Seeds
Sex insert (uncredited)
 1968 Deep Inside
 1968 The New Life Style (Just to Be Love)
Nudist - U.S. insert (uncredited)
 1967 Lusting Hours
Lesbian Model (as Lena Lamont)
 1967 Scarf of Mist Thigh of Satin
Drucilla Harmon
 1966 The Swap and How They Make It
Karen Picard (as Stella Britton)
 1965 Murder in Mississippi
Carol Lee Byrd (as Sheilla Britton)
 1964 Warm Nights and Hot Pleasures
Vivian (as Sheila Barnett)
 1962 The Seducers
 1961 Juventud a la intemperie
Model - US Inserts (uncredited)
 1959 Soft Skin on Black Silk
Lorette - U. S. insert (uncredited)
Show Show Self (1 credit)
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Alternate Names:

Sheila Barnett | Sheba Britt | Sheba Brittan | Sheila Brittan | Sheila Britton | Sheilla Britton | Stella Britton | Lena Lamont

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