"Okay, it's not from the 60s, but Dominique Sanda is quite possibly the most beautiful woman to appear on screen, and she gives a heartbreaking performance in this tragic tale of an Italian Jewish family during the Holocaust."
"I first saw Anna Karina in an old "I Spy" re-run but this is the first time I've seen her in a film. She's one of the loveliest women I've ever seen. She was married to director Jean-Luc Godard when this was made. Lucky Jean-Luc!"
"Women in Italian movies are always hotter than women in American movies, and this giallo classic from 1964 is no exception. Eva Bartok is stunning as Countess Christina, and the beautiful victims of a masked killer preying on fashion models include lovely Mary Arden and statuesque Claude Dantes, both of whom have memorable death scenes."
"The lovely Katharine Ross more than holds her own against matinee idols Paul Newman and Robert Redford in this tragicomic western, where she plays a schoolmarm who drills her lovers in Spanish so they can rob banks in Bolivia."