A little girl who grew up fast and must have caused her parents (the stiff-upper-lip Brit actor John Mills and playwright Mary Hayley Bell) no end of grief and heart attacks, impertinent imp Hayley Mills starred in six Walt Disney films over a five-year span, most memorably playing twins in The Parent Trap (1961). After turning eighteen and outgrowing her Disney contract, Hayley ran off with her luscious thick lips and wide-eyed insouciance and married Roy Boulting, her director on The Family Way (1966). Hayley was all of twenty; Boulting was a young-thinking fifty-two. Such an impetuous move should indicate a taste for skin daring, but Mills's bare dramatics are confined to a few moments of boobs and buttocks in Deadly Strangers (1974). Hayley's is a life of truth more titillating than the fictions in which she played.