A beautiful mixture of French and Vietnamese, France achieved instant stardom when she made her film debut
in the 1958 smash hit South Pacific. However, her career never took off from there and she bounced
around in several B-Movies for the remainder of her career. Some of her television appearances on such shows as Hawaii
Five-O, I Spy and Star Trek showed her true acting chops. She would make a memorable comeback
in the 1993 film, The Joy Luck Club playing a manic-depressive mother.
FILMOGRAPHY: South Pacific (58), In Love and War (58), The Last Time I Saw Archie (61), Satan Never
Sleeps (62), A Girl Named Tamiko (63), Man in the Middle (64), Dimension 5 (66), Battle for the Planet of the Apes (73), Joy
Luck Club (93).
Super-stacked English blonde who began her career as a nude model, including some interesting work for photographer
Harrison Marks. She is most remembered for her role as a Bond Girl in the 1964 film Goldfinger opposite Sean
Connery, and as sexy comic foil for Sid James and his "Carry On" gang in the 70's.
FILMOGRAPHY: Goldfinger (64), Ferry Cross the Mersey (65), Bikini Paradise (67), Don't Raise the Bridge,
Lower the River (67), No Sex Please, We're British (73), Carry on Girls (73), Carry on Dick (74).
With an "All-American" girl face, and a knock-out Playboy
body, Debra was the ideal pin-up babe. This beautiful brunette's career ran the gamut from A-List movies
such as The Ten Commandments (1956) and Belles on Their Toes (1952) to B-Movies ranging from
the fun Princess of the Nile (1954) to the creepy The Haunted Palace (1963). Whatever
the film, Debra was stunning to behold. If you haven't seen her "drool inducing dances" in Princess of the Nile
and Journey to the Lost City, I suggest you find a copy or catch it the next time it's on one of the classic
FILMOGRAPHY: Broken Arrow (50), Bird of Paradise (51), Belles
on Their Toes (52), Les Miserables (52), Prince Valiant (54), Princess of the Nile (54), Demetrius and the Gladiator (54),
Seven Angry Men (55), The Ten Commandments (56), Love Me Tender (56), Omar Khayyam (57), Journey to the Lost City (59), Why
Must I Die (60), The Haunted Palace (63).
With long beautiful legs that were sculpted by the dance gods themselves, Juliet's film career began with
a bang as her dance in the 1960 film Can-Can were deemed "immoral" by none other then Soviet premier Nikita
Kruschev. A girl can't buy that kind of publicity, so her fame quickly spread and Juliet ran up a string of B-Movies
and appearances on television specials throughout the 60's. She later retreated from Hollywood, and stuck primarily
to the stage and nightclubs for the remainder of her career.
FILMOGRAPHY: Can-Can (1960), GI Blues (1960), The Fiercest Heart (1961), The Second Time Around (1961),
Dingaka (1965), The American Wife (1965),
Why Hammer Studios didn't give this luscious lovely British lass more starring roles is beyond me.
With a figure that could cause a hundred traffic accidents, Yvonne was unfortunately consigned to secondary roles in most
of her films. However, when she was onscreen,her raw sex appeal, was unforgetable. A prime example being her role
as the mute servant girl in the 1961 cult classic The Curse of the Werewolf.
FILMOGRAPHY: Circus of Horrors (60), The Curse of the Werewolf (61), The Frightened City (61), Night
Creatures (62), Corridors of Blood (62), Village of Daughters (62), Smokescreen (64), Devil Doll (64), The Brigand of Kandahar
(65), The Swinger (66), Double-Trouble (67), The Last of Sheila (73).
I guess it must be something in the Hungarian water. I mean, Zsa Zsa and Eva Gabor, and then in the
1960's,this delectable dish comes along with the eye-popping 40-22-38 frame. The sexy Ms. Six first made her
mark modeling in 60's men mags such as Modern Man, but the expected film career never materialized.
Her most memorable role came in the 1963 Frankie and Annette film Beach Party, as a seductive vixen after Frankie's
FILMOGRAPHY: Operation Bikini (63), Beach Party (63), 4 for Texas (63).
This smoldering brunette was once proclaimed "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World." I don't know
about that, but she was definitely in the running. Elaine was signed by MGM after a successful modeling career.
She never quite made it as a leading lady, normally playing supporting parts in most of her films. In one of the
few films she did carry, 1954's The Adventures of Hajji Baba, her acting may not have been up to stuff,
but visually, she was bewitching.
FILMOGRAPHY: The Bad and the Beautiful (52), Code Two (53), A Slight Case of Larceny (53), Take the
High Ground (53), Brigadoon (54), The Adventures of Hajji Baba (54), The Tattered Dress (57), High Hell (58), The Rise
and Fall of Legs Diamond (60), The Most Dangerous Man Alive (61).
Beauteous brunette with dynamite legs, which Linda put to good use as the star of the Republic Studios'
1944 action serial The Tiger Woman. However she seemed type-casted thereafter, as she appeared
in mostly westerns and action serials, always cast as the femme fatale.
FILMOGRAPHY: The Tiger Woman (44), The San Antonio Kid (44), Zorro's Black Whip (44), The Topeka Terror
(45), The Purple Monster Strikes (45), The Invisible Informer (46), Rio Grande Raiders (46), Jesse James Rides Again (47).