In her native Britain, fair and lovely Cherie Lunghi has never been far from the leering public eye since her acclaimed 1978 debut in the BBC mini-series Kean. Brunette, with skin as pale as linen, and a flawless oval face lustrous and implacable like a piece of bone china, Cherie could be the model for a painting of a fairy princess. No wonder then that she was cast as legendary lady Guenevere in Excalibur (1981), the story of King Arthur, his Knights of the Round Table, and the magic sword that saved a kingdom. And what made the sword magic? Perhaps it was the vicinity of Cherie Lunghi's creamy butt crack and mesmerizing lung flesh, nips out while noodling with her knight in shining amour.