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By Tom Lisanti

In the course of the Sixties, a bushel of B-movies have been produced and aimed toward the predominantly teenage drive-in motion picture viewers. at the start children couldnt get adequate of the bikini-clad beauties dancing at the seashore or being wooed by way of Elvis Presley, yet by way of 1966 younger audiences grew to become extra drawn to the mini-skirted, go-go boot donning, independent-minded gals of undercover agent spoofs, sizzling rod video clips and biker flicks. Profiled herein are fifty horny, younger actresses that teenage ladies 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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William Witney Beach Ball (Paramount) d. Lennie Weinrib Village of the Giants (Embassy) d. Bert 1. Gordon The Loved One (MGM) d. Tony Richardson Harum Scarum (MGM) d. Gene Nelson 1970 End ofthe Road (Allied Artists) d. Aram Avakian Television Appearances LAUREL GOODWIN The Ed Sullivan Show 4/9/1961 CBS Mr. 4/30/1964 CBS Wagon Train "Those Who Stay Behind" 11/8/1964 ABC The Littlest Hobo (episode-title unknown) 3/24/1965 SYN The Long, Hot Summer "Track the. to 7/11/1960 CBC * LAUREL GOODWIN A former model, Laurel Goodwin's only acting experience was doing summer stock until producer Hal B.

Being with Elvis also showed Goodwin the trappings offame. "I remember when we were filming in Hilo I came onto the set and Elvis asked me what I djdIast night. haid, 'I walked into the village and I went to this great place. ' He said, 'Oh, boy. ' I said, 'You can come with me anytime you want to. However, you can't wear your sunglasses and your hat and make a big scene. And you especially can't bring your fourteen guys. he and I walked over into town and went to that wonderful little place.

I did not ~aveany problems withthem. After about four or five days, the entourage was doing· for IBe what they were doing for. ~lvis-bringing me a chair, lighting my cigarettes, inviting me to play football with them, etc. " As with a number of actresses who worked with Presley, Goodwin did not meet him until the first day ofshooting in Hawaii. She had a chance to the prior evening when she received a call about ten o'clock at night from Joe Esposito, inviting her to meet Elvis in his suite. M.

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