The stunningly statuesque Virginia Wetherell has a certain sinister sexuality, making her a natural to play the heartthrob of the horror set in the '70s. This pale, hauntingly hot mamma of the macabre delved into devilish pursuits with Hammer Films, making horrific classics such as The Curse of the Crimson Alter (1968), Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1971), Demons of the Mind (1972), and Dracula (1973). Before her reign as resident scream queen for Hammer, this British beauty starred in the Edgar Wallace mysteries Ricochet (1963) and The Partner (1963), had a cameo with Michael Caine in Alfie (1966), and appeared in the occasional guest spot on English mindblowers like Dr. Who and No Hiding Place. Many remember Virginia breast as the untouchable horror-show hottie in A Clockwork Orange (1971). Tit bare in tiny panties, this tall temptress is trotted out to test Malcolm McDowell's aversion therapy, with electrifying results. Viddy well, my brothers! Virginia sends shockwaves into the pants of millions in Demons of the Mind (1972). While admiring herself in a mirror, she shows peeks of her own peaks, spanktastic ass, and hairiffic furburger. Beastly and beautiful! Still a flaxen-haired vision of vixenism, Virginia made a comeback in Hammer's Love is the Devil (1998). Let's hope this trend continues, as Virginia's fans would have a devil of a time letting her go.