Carole Catkin summed up the battle of the sexes when she landed in her first movie, a sexy blue-ball comedy from England called Not Tonight, Darling (1971). The story of a stay-at-home housewife who is the subject of a peeping tom, and the movie is her plot to seek revenge. Sexy stuff, and Carole has sexy stuff. Keeping with the hot humor, she was next cast in Au Pair Girls (1972), about four sexy young foreign girls who come to England as au pairs and quickly become intimate with their employers, well, just about everyone. So what’s a horny act-chest to do? How about play a Dancer in Layout for 5 Models (1972)? And she did, but after that our babe got tired and called it a career.