Judy Pace on the set of her first film, The Candy Web (later called, for some reason, 13 Frightened Girls!) in 1963. This photo appeared in the May 1963 issue of Ebony and Judy and two of her co-stars appeared on the cover. The film’s producer, William Castle, held contests in twelve countries to find young actresses to play teenage diplomats in the “suspense comedy.”  He enlisted the help of Ebony to find a black actress to play the daughter of a Liberian diplomat and Pace, a finalist for Miss Bronze California of 1962, was selected. She only had six lines in the film, but she acted as the unofficial hostess to her eleven international co-stars during filming in Los Angeles.

Judy Pace on the set of her first film, The Candy Web (later called, for some reason, 13 Frightened Girls!) in 1963. This photo appeared in the May 1963 issue of Ebony and Judy and two of her co-stars appeared on the cover. The film’s producer, William Castle, held contests in twelve countries to find young actresses to play teenage diplomats in the “suspense comedy.”  He enlisted the help of Ebony to find a black actress to play the daughter of a Liberian diplomat and Pace, a finalist for Miss Bronze California of 1962, was selected. She only had six lines in the film, but she acted as the unofficial hostess to her eleven international co-stars during filming in Los Angeles.

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