The darkly beautiful Yvonne Romain appeared in several classic British horror films of the early sixties in supporting roles that made the most of her exotic looks and formidable cleavage.
|Film makers would get her in a nightdress whenever possible.|
|'Circus Of Horrors'|
|Even dead, it's all about the cleavage.|
Her most familiar role is probably as the mute serving girl in Hammer's 'The Curse Of The Werewolf' where she is unjustly imprisoned, raped by a feral lunatic, commits murder, gives birth to a werewolf and then kills herself. It's a pretty depressing role, but her chest is off the chart: it should have got separate billing.
|Chucked into jail...|
|She's not alone...|
|The feral lunatic strikes...|
|Scratched bosoms again.|
Yvonne later appeared in the Elvis vehicle 'Double Trouble' (the one supposedly part set in England with lots of Mary Poppins accents) and married composer / lyricist Leslie Bricusse. They're still together, happily, but Elvis, sadly, is long gone.