Biba salesgirl turned actress who played endless dollybird, saucepot, and vamp roles from the late '60s to the early '80s. Cartoonishly busty and cute, she features briefly in 'Live & Let Die' (1973) - it's her zip and Roger Moore's magnetic watch - and more prominently (ahem) in 'Up Pompeii' (1971), 'Theatre Of Blood' (1973), 'The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins' (1971), 'Taste The Blood Of Dracula' (1970), 'Carry On Matron' (1972) etc. Her television CV covers 'Jason King', 'The Two Ronnies', 'Steptoe & Son', and so on, until she retired from acting in the '80s.
|In the mildly saucy Hammer horror 'The Vampire Lovers' (1970)|
Madeline Smith - imdb profile
To a 1970's adolescent, she was simply stunningReplyDelete
Here's my appreciation of this lovely actress:ReplyDelete
Madeline has to be the prettiest girl I've ever seen. She really was intensely beautiful.ReplyDelete