Felicity Devonshire burst onto the English sex scene of the early '70s as fresh as the day she was born. In fact, besides being a bit more mature, she has looked just as she did at birth, playing Nude Girl in The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins (1971). Sin is the operative word in describing Felicity's carnal career on camera. She was certainly enjoyed in a progression of pervy productions such as Four Dimensions of Greta (1972), Secrets of a Door-to-Door Salesman (1973), and What's Up Nurse! (1977). Her time in the public eye, with the public's eye on her pubic, was short and ended with Sex and the Other Woman (1979), but what a ride it was. Felicity's name means pleasure, joy, and ecstasy, and she's given men all that and more over her brief exposure.