In 1966 Raquel Welch skyrocketed to fame starring in One Million Years B.C. Her career has suffered ups and downs, she has gained a reputation as being one of the most ‘difficult’ actresses in Hollywood, but has continued to remain popular, busy and successful. I take a comprehensive look at her career, stories of her difficult reputation and some gossip.
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I take a look back at the 1966 sci-fi classic Fantastic Voyage directed by Richard Fleisher and starring Stephen Boyd, Donald Pleasance, Arthur Kennedy, Edmond O’Brien and Raquel Welch. The film turns fifty years old this year
A review of the 1972 sports drama Kansas City Bomber starring Raquel Welch as a roller derby star dealing with drama in the arena and her personal life
A review of the 1966 fantasy film One Million Years B.C. starring Raquel Welch as the sexiest cave girl ever and dinosaur effects by Ray Harryhausen
A review of the 1967 action spy comedy Fathom starring Raquel Welch as a sexy skydiver recruited for a spy mission in Europe