"El Dorado" is my all-time favorite movie, so I'm quite pleased that you've dedicated some space to the lovely lass.But I'm an even bigger fan of El Dorado's Charlene Holt...;)
That Elvis movie poster looks great with the folds and wrinkles plain to see. Something in that condition always looks better displayed as an artifact and not as an art print. It adds a weird iconic quality to paper ephemera, in my opinion. Oh, and great blog! Thanks for all the hard work.
In El Dorado, it seems to me that she had some experience handing a rifle. Watch at the end, when she kills Ed Asner (way to go kid), she jumps out behind a a building and fires two shots, one while on the move. She shows good skills holding the rifle and firing while moving. She looked very confoirtable holding a rifle.Besides that, what a babe!!
Michelle was one of my all time favorites. I thought her beauty and acting was top flight. I wish I had gotten the chance to have met her.
I saw Michele recently in an episode of Gunsmoke. Whew, she was definitely smoking hot back in the late '60s and early '70s.
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