If there is such a phenomenon as reincarnation, it would be a good thing if more women came back as a young Shirley MacLaine. Shirley's youthful vitality and top-shelf jiggle power were obvious to the producers of her first big Broadway show, The Pajama Game, who plucked the game pajama babe out of the chorus line and shoved her into a lead, a limelight she has never relinquished. Celluloid evidence of the undoubtedly scrumptious nips, nubs, and nates of Shirley is sadly scant, confined to a few seconds of Desperate Characters (1971), but her warm, giving sensuality is much in evidence. Savor plenty of silky-soft skin in Irma la Douce (1967) as vintage MacLaine plays a tight-bodied Parisian woman of loose morals, heart of gold, and overflowing brassiere.
Sweet Charity (1969) - as Charity