Mizar (aka Frogman Spy, 1953)
Francesco de Robertis
The movie tells the exploits of glamorous Mizar, underwater Italian spy, salvaging secret codes from a sunken warship and mining a key British cargo ship. The female spy was named after one of the most famed stars of the sky (Zeta Ursae Majoris).
Dawn Addams, Franco Silva, Lia Di Leo and Paolo Stoppa.
- British actress Dawn Addams launched her career in Hollywood, after completing her education in England, India, and the United States. She was briefly under contract to MGM, where she played supporting parts in such films as "Night Unto Morning" (1951) and "Plymouth Adventure" (1952), as well as a bit in the classic "Singin' in the Rain" (1952). As a freelance actress Dawn Addams got a top of the bill role in an italian movie "Mizar". After this movie she got married to Italian prince Vittorio Massimo in 1954. Their marriage lasted until 1971. Even as a freelance actress she got a role in the Biblical epic "The Robe" (1953). Dawn had her best role as an American commercial actress in Charles Chaplin's "A King in New York" (1957). Grace to her family lineage, Dawn Addams moved in the best English and European social circles during the 1950s and 1960s. Her film career dimmed out in the 1960s's but Dawn appeared on television as a ubiquitous leading lady in several episodes of "The Saint" (1963-67). Dawn Addams disappeared from the screen in the early 1980's, dividing her remaining years between Europe and United States.