Gorgeous 8x10-inch black and white glossy portrait, boldly signed in blue marker in-person at a recent film convention appearance. Sherry Jackson entered films at the age of 7, starring as Susie in the Ma and Pa Kettle film series (1950-1953) and Terry Williams on T.V.'s "Make Room for Daddy" (1953-1958), as well as in The Great Caruso (1951), Lorna Doone (1951), The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima (1952), and Trouble Along the Way (1953). By age 18, she had blossomed into a mouth-watering, chestnut-maned beauty, attaining minor cult status portraying comely beehive brunettes in B-movies like Wild on the Beach (1965), The Mini-Skirt Mob (1968), The Monitors (1969), and Curse of the Moon Child (1972). Elsewhere, she popped up as assorted biker chicks, cooey-voiced party girls and foxy femmes fatales on "The Twilight Zone" (1962), "Hawaiian Eye" (1962), "Lost in Space" (1965), "Star Trek", "The Wild, Wild West", and "Batman" (1966).