Rare 11x14-inch black and white portrait, looking gorgeous in her prime, boldly signed and inscribed in red felt-tip marker in the early 1970s. In fine condition. The image could be trimmed down from the oversize format, should one wish. Originally credited as Marjorie Hellen, beautiful model and actress Leslie Parrish began her career in bit parts in films like Daddy Long Legs (1955), The Virgin Queen (1955) and The Girl on the Red Velvet Swing (1955). Her roles became more substantive with sci-fi's Missile to the Moon in 1958, after which she went on to memorable work as Daisy Mae in L'il Abner (1959); Iris Murphy in Portrait of a Mobster (1961); doomed Jocelyn Jordan in The Manchurian Candidate (1962); Susan in Sex and the Single Girl (1964); and Ev in the B-horror flick The Giant Spider Invasion (1975). She also popped up on countless television programs, including multiple episodes of "Batman" (1966-1967), "Star Trek" (1967), "Mannix" (1968-1970), and "Love, American Style" (1969-1971).