Film Fatales: Women in Espionage Films and Television, 1962-1973

Sean Connery began the sixties spy movie boom playing James Bond in Dr No and From Russia with Love Their success inspired every studio in Hollywood and Europe to release everything from serious knockoffs to spoofs on the genre featuring debonair men, futuristic gadgets, exotic locales, and some of the world s most beautiful actresses whose roles ranged from the innocentSean Connery began the sixties spy movie boom playing James Bond in Dr No and From Russia with Love Their success inspired every studio in Hollywood and Europe to release everything from serious knockoffs to spoofs on the genre featuring debonair men, futuristic gadgets, exotic locales, and some of the world s most beautiful actresses whose roles ranged from the innocent caught up in a nefarious plot to the femme fatale Profiled herein are 107 dazzling women, well known and unknown, who had film and television appearances in the spy genre They include superstars Doris Day in Caprice, Raquel Welch in Fathom, and Ann Margret in Murderer s Row international sex symbols Ursula Andress in Dr No and Casino Royale, Elke Sommer in Deadlier Than the Male, and Senta Berger in The Spy with My Face and forgotten lovelies Greta Chi in Fathom, Alizia Gur in From Russia with Love, and Maggie Thrett in Out of Sight Each profile includes a filmography that lists the actresses notable films Some include the actresses candid comments and anecdotes about their films and television shows, the people they worked with, and their feelings about acting in the spy genre are offered throughout A list of websites that provide further information on women in spy films and television is also included.
Film Fatales Women in Espionage Films and Television Sean Connery began the sixties spy movie boom playing James Bond in Dr No and From Russia with Love Their success inspired every studio in Hollywood and Europe to release everything from serious knock

  • Title: Film Fatales: Women in Espionage Films and Television, 1962-1973
  • Author: Tom Lisanti Louis Paul Eileen O'Neill
  • ISBN: 9780786411948
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Hardcover
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