Yummy 8x10-inch black and white portrait from 1967's Prehistoric Women, boldly signed in black felt-tip marker in-person at a film convention appearance about 15 years ago. In very good condition. Tanned, leggy Martine Beswicke is the only actress, aside from those playing Moneypenny, to appear in three James Bond films, memorable as a dancing girl in the the opening credits of Dr. No (1962), Zora the gypsy fighter in From Russia with Love (1963) and Paula Caplan in Thunderball (1965). Elsewhere, she was a veritable B-movie queen, with starring roles in One Million Years B.C. (1966); Hammer's cult fantasy favorite Prehistoric Women (1967) and horror flick Dr. Jeckyll and Sister Hyde (1971); the spaghetti western A Bullet for the General (1967); Oliver Stone's thriller Seizure (1974); The Happy Hooker Goes to Hollywood (1980); and Critters 4 (1990).