Elizabeth Turner started her career out in 1970 as a voice-over artist for the oft-maligned Sly Stallone flick No Place to Hide, but when that didn’t (Ooh. Surprise…) launch her career into superstar orbit, she hightailed it over to Italy to take on a career in schlocky horror pictures like Chi sei? and 7 Note in nero. Sadly, Elizabeth’s career came to quite the sudden halt in 1980 after her turn in Apocalypse domain, but thankfully, that wasn’t before her titular turn in Lucrezia Giovane. She showed it all off in the flick, as did The Godfather’s Simonetta Stefanelli, so be sure to check it out.