All it takes is one look at England's own lissome, soiled blonde Maggie Wright's sex-sated, drooping eyelids and panting, parted lips, along with a quick glance at her resumé, to deduce that the fair lass was valued by British cinema professionals for an ability to effortlessly exude a sensual magnetism that is at once raw and refined. In roles that ranged from ludicrous to lubricious, Maggie was a libido-tweaking presence as one of Pussy Galore's pilots in Goldfinger (1964), as a lovely starlet in The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour (1967), as second stripteaser in What's New, Pussycat? (1965), and filling similar roles in My Lover My Son (1970), Suburban Wives (1971), The Love Box (1972), Secrets of a Superstud (1975), and Sex and the Other Woman (1980). To view Maggie's secret super box, venture into the realm of Twins of Evil (1971). And for further delights, her godly rack is nun too subtle in its Joseph Andrews (1977) revelation.