Breasty British strawberry blonde Carol White might be just another flesh-flashing footnote in the history of skin cinema if not for the sly insistence by director Steven Soderbergh that she be given her proper reverence. Compellingly curvaceous Carol is a shining, skinful light on MrSkin.com due to a disaffected strip to show flesh pillows and fuzz in the presence of a trio of thugs in The Squeeze (1977). In the larger view, this charming, chirping bird who brought a bubbly, sophisticated sexiness as tempting teenage trimming in Beat Girl (1960) and Surprise Package (1960) deserves a lasting fame as the unwitting but winning title lass who falls under the romantic spell of a series of small-time crooks in Ken Loach’s criminal-classes case study Poor Cow (1967). Oscar-grabber Soderbergh rightfully included archival footage of Carol in his The Limey (1999), a continuation of the Poor Cow saga.
Made (1972) - as Valerie
Up the Sandbox (1972) - as Miss Spittlemeister
Dulcima (1971) - as Dulcima Gaskain
The Man Who Had Power Over Women (1970) - as Jody Pringle