Riddler Fan wrote:She is probably just an extra who the director liked and used her as set dressing for the scene. She most likely never achieved any fame, as most extras don't. I can't remember if she has any lines. If she does, she'd have to be listed in the credits per SAG (Screen Actors Guild) rules. But if she has no dialogue, she was just paid as an extra and would not be required to have her name in the credits.
You're very much on the right track, Riddler Fan. There's a memo from the movie production, although it's unclear who wrote it, although I would assume it was Dozier, that states, 'I don't know why Les [director Leslie Martinson] didn't get a close shot of the Wave in the Admiral's office. We are too far away to see they are playing tiddly-winks...and [in] profile, the Wave could almost be mistaken for Catwoman. Further, she's a pretty girl, and we should see her face.'
I'll add the only uncredited actress I absolutely can vouch for in the movie is the chanteuse in the scene in which Bruce and Kitka are on a date. As we discussed on the previous board, that is Julie Gregg, who had played Penguin's moll Finella in the final S1 ep. She has a similar hairstyle and the same gold gown she wore in the Penguin eps.
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