Thursday, 3 September 2015

BABE OF THE DAY - VICTORIA VETRI...



Here's the lovely VICTORIA VETRI
taking a dip.  I think it's well-past time I
learned to swim.  Now where'd I put my
trunks?  Hang on, Victoria!

8 comments:

Colin Jones said...

I think that photo is taken from the set of 'When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth' which was the first film I ever saw at the cinema in 1973. In the film there's a scene where Victoria (Vittoria actually) swims in the nude with her male co-star and neither of them leaves anything to the imagination. That scene was cut out for the TV broadcasts though and it's not in the YouTube version either.

Kid said...

Look her up, CJ - her name's Victoria. There was a character based on her called Vittoria in Dan Brown's novel Angels and Demons. Victoria has also gone under the name Angela Dorien.

Colin Jones said...

Kid, I was going on how she's named in 'When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth' which is Vittoria Vetri.

Kid said...

Ah, I see. I was going by how she was named online, which is Victoria. Having said that, in Rosemary's Baby, she's listed as Angela Dorien, so you can never trust movie credits, eh?

Phil said...

Jeez no wonder I knew I had heard the name Angela Dorien somewhere. I would have liked to have seen more of her do to speak

Kid said...

She appeared in Playboy under that name as well, I believe, Phil. Happy hunting.

TC said...

Well, Martine Beswick was listed in the credits of "From Russia With Love" as Martin Beswick.

I remember a scene in When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth where Victoria was swimming, but I don't recall any full nudity. I saw it in a theater, and it had either a G (all ages) or PG (all ages admitted, parental guidance recommended) rating. At the time, I would not have been allowed to go to an "adults only" movie. Maybe the nude scene was in the original British version, and was cut out before it was released in the US.

Kid said...

That's always possible, Phil. I know Australia had strict censorship laws (a lot was cut from the Bond movies), so it may well have been the same in America. It seems likely that Vittoria is a typo - the 'c' has probably been rendered as a 't' by mistake.

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