The spectacular Elke Sommer in her prime. We love the way her puffy, erect nipples look beneath her diaphanous nightie. 

    Elke was born in Berlin, on November 5, 1940, under the name Elke Schletz. Considering her family origins, she could still claim to be a baroness, but she never choose to present herself so. After WWII, her now-impoverished family found itself on the west side of the city and the father would leave for a better world when Elke was 14. The young girl’s favorite lessons were inclined toward linguistic studies, as she learned Latin and Greek for many years at the prestigious Gymnasium School. In time, her facility with different languages resulted in the mastery of seven of them. She found work and continued studying in England, enjoying a four dollars salary per week and thus improving her English.

    While on vacation with her mother in Italy, Elke was offered a role in a Vittoria De Sica movie, nothing less. But what kind of role? As a German tourist, of course! Splendid timing! So, even before turning 20, Elke could be seem in a dozen of roles in Italian and German productions. These lightweight comedies introduced us to a ravishing lingerie-wearing (or sometimes nude) debutante, as Europe still shook under the Brigitte Bardot Phenomenon. Many young European starlets of the big screen regularly showed skin (be it by baring a bare back or just a side view of a breast). America could not compete in this new kind of cheesecake, as couples were still shown sleeping in separate beds! Elke also worked with Max Pecas, a pioneer of European soft-core, in Daniela By Night, which proclaimed that the measurements of its lead actress were 36-23-37. Soon after, Elke was officially invited to work in England.

    Her English language debut was Don’t Bother to Knock, with her name on big letters on the official poster. The movie would reach the US shores three years later (1964) under the title Why Bother to Knock?, an astonishing title change for a simple romantic comedy. Other movie fluff was waiting back home in Germany. 1963 remains an important year for our actress, as she took part in her first Hollywood production, The Victors (even if shooting took place in England). She would come to California right after to accept a role in The Prize, alongside Paul Newman.

    The only thing missing at that point was a big international movie success. Happily, such an opportunity would manifest itself. The title? A Shot in the Dark, second entry in the hilarious Pink Panther series, with Peter Sellers as clumsy Inspector Clouzot. Busy girl-chaser Sellers would even ask her to be his wife, as Elke had just united her life with writer Joe Hyams. She would beat Ursula Andress and Tippi Hedren at the 1964 Golden Globes for Most Promising Female Newcomer. Hollywood successfully convinced a reluctant Elke to have dental surgery to close a gap between her front teeth… the prize of perfection! Amazed at even be considered a sex-symbol, Elke would mainly work the following years in American productions.

    Some titles: The Art of Love, The Money Trap (alongside Rita Hayworth suffering from poor health), The Oscar (a camp classic that must be seen once to enjoy its complete dumbness), Boy Did I Get a Wrong Number! (with Bob Hope), Deadlier Than the Male (one of her best movies, a spy thriller reintroducing the character of Bulldog Drummond), and The Venetian Affair, with Boris Karloff as Doctor Pierre Vaugiroud (huh? Karloff playing a Frenchman?).

    Unlike some present and future guests on this website, Elke never had the privilege to share the screen with Elvis, but at least she could claim to work alongside my favorite debonair movie drunk, Dean Martin, in an episode of his Matt Helm series, The Wrecking Crew. Elke would next find herself in Zeppelin (and in an actual zeppelin), with Michael York, considered to be another good role. Then came her first shooting under Mario Bava’s direction, for Baron Blood. Bava was delighted to talk in Italian with his leading lady. She still considers him one of her favorite directors. They would be reunited for House of Exorcism (which is also known under varying titles and versions), with Telly Savalas. In some scenes, Elke is possessed by the Devil, as she screams obscenities and various disgusting critters also come out of her mouth.

    In 1970, Elke posed for Playboy, in a seven-pages pictorial photographed by her spouse containing classic images, to say the least. After shooting an adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Ten Little Indians (with Charles Aznavour), Elke’s acting career began to lose momentum. No more big-budgeted Hollywood productions, as she found herself in European B-movies not really known in North America (this mostly holds true from the eighties forward). At least, she was invited to participate in a Carry On film, Carry On Behind, playing Professor Anna Vrooshka.

    With time, Elke became interested in theatre, eventually becoming director. Sadly, while performing in Chicago, she lost twins in her sixth month of pregnancy. A new passion came her way, that of painting, her principal artistic inspiration to this day. Elke would hold her first exposition in 1978. Her movie appearances became more and more sporadic but, out of the blue, she was cast in a Fangoria magazine production titled Severed Ties, a 1992 horror picture.

    It’s still odd today to notice how many people consider Elke as an actress of limited talent and appeal, to the point of identifying her with one of her many dumb blonde characters of the past. Let’s not forget the bright and cultured woman (seven spoken languages, remember?) that now seems at peace with life and still looks like a teenager in her sixties.


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    A shot of the wonderful Sigrid Valdis from the movie “Marriage on the Rocks”, released in 1965.

    A native Californian of Swedish descent, Sigrid Valdis (the professional stage name of Patricia Olson) was raised in the Westwood/Brentwood suburbs of Los Angeles, and attended many exclusive private schools, including Marymount High School. Upon graduation she moved to Europe, then to New York City to continue the modeling career she had begun as a teenager.

    While working as a designer’s, showroom and runway model, she met and married a businessman in the fashion industry. After the birth of her first child, Melissa, she began studying at Stella Adler’s Theatre School while at the same time working on her first feature film. Her natural talent and on-screen demeanor was impressive, and she found herself back in California in 1964 in pursuit of a promising acting career.

    Over the next 18 months she would accumulate an impressive list of credits and on-camera time: Her first film, Two Tickets to Paris (1962) starring Joey Dee of “Peppermint Twist” fame, was followed by big screen roles in Marriage on the Rocks (1965) (alongside Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin), Our Man Flint (1966) (starring James Coburn and Lee J. Cobb), and The Venetian Affair (1966) (with Robert Vaughn). The exposure of the movies brought her a plethora of work in television and opportunities to work with TV legends such as Phil Silvers, Steve Allen, Red Skelton and Sid Caesar. She shared the small screen with the likes of Allan Sherman, Dennis Hopper, Henry Silva, Robert Conrad and Ross Martin. Her numerous credits include Kraft Mystery Theater (1959), Arrest and Trial (1963), The Wild Wild West (1965) and The Mouse That Roared. She also performed on stage, most notably during the summer of 1968 when she toured with Bob Crane and Abby Dalton in the Broadway play “Cactus Flower.”

    In addition to the exposure and the opportunity to work with Hollywood’s biggest names, Sigrid was becoming recognized for the ability to perform effectively in various types of roles in various genres and settings. She succeeded in movies and television, comedy and drama, commercials, sitcoms and skits, and was equally successful in both lead and supporting roles.

    Sadly, her husband died in 1967, just a short time after she had begun to gain exposure on a weekly network television show. Sigrid Valdis caught the eye of Hogan’s Heroes (1965) producer Edward Feldman in 1965, leading to her guest appearance as Gretchen in Episode 10. When the second season began, Feldman brought her under contract as a regular cast member, playing the role of Hilda, Col. Klink’s secretary.

    On October 16, 1970, Sigrid and Crane were married on the set of the show. At that time, theirs was the first reported “actual” marriage to be performed on a sound stage. A year later they had a son, Robert Scott Crane. Sigrid retired from acting following Scott’s birth so that she could devote herself to her husband and family. Although the Cranes were separated during part of 1977, they reconciled in 1978. However, Sigrid met with tragedy again a few months later when Crane was brutally murdered. In the midst of such excruciating circumstances, Sigrid moved from the Los Angeles area to protect her family from the constant media scrutiny invited by the case.

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    Her little pink pussy lips were glistening they were so wet and her panties felt damp in my hand. I got down on my knees in front of her pussy. I breathed deeply and took in her smell. She smelled clean and sweet and I was intoxicated. I leaned forward and gently kissed her clit. A tremor rushed through her body. I extended my tongue and began to slowly and carefully lap at her pussy. Her skirt fell down over my head but I could feel her rubbing her own breasts and I could hear her moaning deeply.

    I loved her taste. It was unlike any pussy I had ever eaten before, it was so pure and it tasted good. She was really enjoying the lapping and I was deciding to kick it up a little bit. I took my right hand palm up and carefully inserted my ring finger into her pussy very slowly, right underneath of my chin as I lapped at her clit. She thrust her hips hard against my finger and she shook a little bit. She screamed so loud I thought that someone was going to come up and knock on the door.

    "Fuck me! Fuck me Scarlett!" She screamed at me as she placed a hand on the back of my head. I started to rub deeper, harder and I kept my pace licking her sweet little pussy. She began to squeal and push my face harder into her pussy. I felt like I was hanging on for my life. Suddenly, her entire body became stiff and she shook all over. Her pussy clenched tight over and over again on my finger and then she went limp on the bed. She was panting now and I sat up in front of her.

    "How was that Cinid?" I asked and she quickly sat up, despite her panting, and kissed me deeply on the mouth, licking her own pussy off of my face. She was almost crying now.

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    Olga Konstantynivna Kurylenko (born 14 November 1979) is a Ukrainian-French actress and model.

    She was discovered as a model in Moscow at the age of 13. She moved to Paris to pursue a modelling career at the age of 16. Kurylenko started her acting career in 2005. She found success as an actress for her role as Nika Boronina in the movie adaptation of the video game Hitman (2007), and then rose to fame by playing Bond girl Camille Montes in the 22nd James Bond film, Quantum of Solace (2008).

    More recently she starred in Stephen S. Campanelli's Momentum (2015), and Terrence Malick's To the Wonder (2012), and alongside Tom Cruise in Oblivion (2013) and Russell Crowe in The Water Diviner (2014) and the upcoming comedy British film Johnny English Strikes Again alongside Rowan Atkinson.

    She is one of the most beautiful women in the world and has an amazing ass.

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