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Barbara Bouchet

Here is a song performed by the great Edda Dell'Orso (from the movie "The Black Belly of the Tarantula") chosen to enhance the sensual beauty of Barbara Bouchet (who starred in that movie).
Stunningly beautiful and charismatic blonde actress Barbara Bouchet was born Barbara Goutscher in 1943 in Reichenburg, Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia. Her family was forced to leave the country when Barbara was a little girl and settled in San Francisco, Califoria. In 1959 Bouchet won the "Miss Gidget" beauty contest which was held by the local television station KPIX-TV. She briefly dated famous male actor James Darren. Barbara was featured as a dancer on the teen-targeted rock'n'roll TV show The KPIX Dance Party from 1959 to 1962. Bouchet began her official acting career as a model on magazine covers and an actress in TV commercials. She made her film debut with an uncredited bit part in the comedy "What a Way to Go!" (1964). Bouchet soon became known for openly flaunting her spectacularly curvaceous figure in several pictures: clad in alluring silk harem robes in "John Goldfarb, Please Come Home!" (1965), cavorting nude on the beaches of Pearl Harbor in the World War II epic "In Harm's Way" (1965), and wearing a bikini for the bulk of her screen time in "Agent for H.A.R.M." (1966). She also portrayed Ursula in Bob Fosse's outstanding musical "Sweet Charity" (1969) made for a nicely sultry Miss Moneypenny in the tongue-in-cheek 007 outing "Casino Royale" (1967), and had guest spots on such TV series as "The Virginian" (1962), "Star Trek" (1966), "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" (1964), and "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." (1964). In 1970 Bouchet moved to Italy. She soon became one of Italy's top actresses, carving out a fruitful niche for herself in sex comedies, giallo murder mysteries and gritty police crime thrillers. Among her most memorable roles in these Italian features are the brazen spoiled rich lady Patrizia in Lucio Fulci's disturbing "Non si sevizia un paperino" (1972) ("Don't Torture A Duckling"), prostitute Francine in "Casa d'appuntamento" (1972) ("The French Sex Murders"), modeling agency choreographer Kitty in "La dama rossa uccide sette volte" (1972) ("Red Queen Kills 7 Times"), saucy love interest Scilla in the splendidly sleazy "Ricco", and enticing stripper Anny in "Con la rabbia agli occhi" (1976) ("Death Rage"). Bouchet had an unforgettable love scene with Rosalba Neri in "Alla ricerca del piacere" (1972) ("Amuck") and appeared alongside fellow Bond girls Barbara Bach and Claudine Auger in "La tarantola dal ventre nero" (1971) ("The Black Belly of the Tarantula"). Barbara married producer Luigi Borghese in 1976. In 1983 at age 40 Bouchet did a nude pictorial for the Italian edition of "Penthouse" magazine. Bouchet started her own production company in 1985 and launched her own line of fitness books and videos. She also opened her own health club in Rome. Barbara most recently popped up in a small role in Martin Scorsese's "Gangs of New York" (2002). Bouchet speaks English, German and Italian with equal fluency. Barbara Bouchet continues to act in both films and TV shows alike made in Italy. She also recorded one EP.
Enjoy Barbara Bouchet's perfect body!

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