Regal blonde beauty Alexandra Delli Colli exuded a rare and cherished confidence in her ability to arouse all men who cast their eyes upon her, be these men sophisticates or jungle primitives. A complexion as resplendently white as refined sugar, large eyes filled with the knowledge of their mesmeric depths, a wide and lovely mouth set in a pout that is certain to be satisfied, Alexandra would be insolent in her erotic presumption, being so sure of herself turning you on, if her sexy gaze weren’t also so inviting. The Italian-born actress appeared in both French and Italian productions during the latter parts of the ’70s and the dawn of the ’80s, but only in her native land did she shed clothes on film. Accept the invitation Alexandra extends as she is spread eagle and fully nude on a large, round stone in Zombie Holocaust (1979). She is surrounded by a pack of aboriginals in loin clothes, brandishing long knives, but Alexandra simply flexes her breasts and wiggles her furry tufted muff. She seems incapable of appearing to be menaced. She is certain that no man would ever want to do anything bad to her if he has seen her naked.