By Tom Lisanti

Through the Sixties, a bushel of B-movies have been produced and aimed toward the predominantly teenage drive-in motion picture viewers. first and foremost teenagers couldnt get adequate of the bikini-clad beauties dancing at the seashore or being wooed by means of Elvis Presley, yet via 1966 younger audiences grew to become extra attracted to the mini-skirted, go-go boot donning, independent-minded gals of undercover agent spoofs, scorching rod video clips and biker flicks. Profiled herein are fifty attractive, younger actresses that teenage women envied and teen boys wanted together with Quinn OHara, Melody Patterson, Hilarie Thompson, Donna Loren, Pat Priest, Meredith MacRae, Arlene Martel, Cynthia Pepper, and Beverly Washburn.

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In his position, he also became one of the founders of the Astoria'studios. During his tenure 43 LAUREL GOODWIN he assisted the producers of such blockbusters as Superman and King Kong to get these films done in New York with as little stress as possible. As for Goodwin, she didn't quit acting entirely, as she continued doing commercial work. "My husband's position required a lot of socializing, so I had to be available for that," says Laurel. "Doing commercials was something that was controllable.

I met her on the set and I was not the least bit impressed with her. I thought, 'My god! Why did they cast her in this? ' Majel had her nose in Roddenberry's ear and her hand on his butt all the time we were there. She had no time for the rest of us and obviously had a great deal to say. We all sort of assumed and figured there was more going on than met the eye-she was not just the babysitter. She wasn't much fun to work with either. She was civil to all of us, but there was no real communication except between she and Gene Roddenberry.

He didn't know how to do it and he needed to for the nightclub scenes. Anyway, I showed up at ten o'clock and watched Elvis while he was lip-synching the songs and dancing. He was singing and dancing to me and I was behind the camera going crazy encouraging him to do things. He was not that comfortable with public performance. That's why I worked that day. " Though they were terribly fond of each other, a romance never took place. "Elvis was quite a bit older than I was but I felt like he was my kid brother.

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