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Jeanette Banzet net worth & biography:Janet Banzet (May 17, 1934 – July 29, 1971), also credited as Marie Brent and several other names, was a Texas born actress who appeared in several sexploitation films of the late 1960s and early 1970s She starred in several provocatively titled films directed by Michael Findlay and Joseph W. Sarno. In 1970 she was in The Party at Kitty and Stud's better known under the title Italian Stallion which is Sylvester Stallone's first film. She acted in about 40 movies. Wikipedia
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|Is There Sex After Death?||1971||Clinic Patient|
|Sexual Understanding||1970||Sex Demonstrator (uncredited)|
|The Party at Kitty and Stud's||1970||Girl in Park (uncredited)|
|The Amazing Transplant||1970||Bobbie Revan (as Pat Barrett)|
|Tuck Me In||1970||as Mary Brent|
|The Filth Shop||1969|
|The Corporate Queen||1969||as Marie Brent|
|All Women Are Bad||1969||Stripper #2 / Fortune teller (uncredited)|
|The Ultimate Degenerate||1969||Dora (as Marie Brent)|
|Cargo of Love||1968||Prostitute (uncredited)|
|Come Play with Me||1968||Ruthie|
|Sugar Daddy||1968||Candy (as Louise Brent)|
|The Kiss of Her Flesh||1968||Mona (as Marie Brent)|
|Two Girls for a Madman||1968||Dancer|
|The Wall of Flesh||1968||Miss Walls (uncredited)|
|Smoke and Flesh||1968||Aspiring Actress at Party (uncredited)|
|Private Relations||1968||Katie Mallory (as Anne Brent)|
|A Thousand Pleasures||1968||Belle (as Marie Brent)|
|Julie Is No Angel||1967|
|Lusting Hours||1967||Lesbian Model (as Kay Rice)|
|To Turn a Trick||1967||Angie|
|Teach Me How to Do It!||1967|
|Mini-Skirt Love||1967||Janet (as Miss Marie Brent)|
|Diary of a Swinger||1967||Party Guest (as Pat Barrett)|
|Venus in Furs||1967||Woman on subway (as Pat Barnett)|
|Death of a Nymphette||1967|
|Anything for Money||1967||Sue (as Pat Barrett)|
|The Sex Cycle||1967||Nude Model / Spirit #2 (as Pat Barrett)|
|Skin Deep in Love||1966||Janet (as Patricia Barrett)|
|Teenage Gang Debs||1966||Rosie (uncredited)|
|The Beast That Killed Women||1965||Girl Waiting to Join Camp #2 (uncredited)|
|Strangers in the City||1962||Girl at party|
|Breakfast at Tiffany's||1961||Woman (uncredited)|
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|1||She began her career as a young, aspiring actress in mainstream films, a Mary Tyler Moore look-alike appearing in minor uncredited roles. However, even these were so few that she was soon relegated to minor softcore sexploitation films and occasionally worked as a manicurist to supplement her income. One evening she had made plans for dinner with some friends, but despondent over her career and a recent failed relationship, she instead put a paper bag over her head and hung herself in her small apartment in New York City.|
|2||In 1961 Banzet studied acting in Bill Hickey's classes at New York's HB Studio.|
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