A cruel fact of life is that tragedy and beauty are too often intertwined. Consider the sad fate of lovely, languorous Ann Atmar. A plush-top brunette eye-pleaser from the early 1960s, Ann shared her bodily blessings as a sometime pulp model, with limited appearances in sensationalistic cinema of the era. The always attractive Atmar had a total of three movie credits: First came Street-Fighter (1959) and A Cold Wind in August (1961). Then came the negative charm of Ann’s third time in front of the camera, as William Shatner’s sister in Incubus (1965). Ann’s character is murdered during an occult ceremony, and the young model and actress committed suicide soon after shooting was completed. If not for the exposure of one of her breasts in black-and-white profile during the smoky ceremony, Ann Atmar might have no one to remember and revere her today.