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Raquel Welch arrives at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) looking radiant in a white outfit

Raquel Welch - Raquel Welch arrives at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) looking radiant in a white outfit - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 31st July 2015

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2014 Carousel Of Hope Ball

Raquel Welch - A host of stars were photographed on the red carpet at the 2014 Carousel Of Hope Ball which was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 11th October 2014

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16th Annual Costume Designer Guild Awards

Raquel Welch - 16th Annual Costume Designer Guild Awards - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 22nd February 2014

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The 16th Costume Designers Guild Awards

Raquel Welch - The 16th Costume Designers Guild Awards - Arrivals - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Saturday 22nd February 2014

The 16th Costume Designers Guild Awards

Raquel Welch - The 16th Costume Designers Guild Awards - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Saturday 22nd February 2014

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Raquel Welch Cast In Donatella Versace Lifetime Movie


Raquel Welch Colm Feore Gina Gershon Enrico Colantori Donatella Versace Allegra Versace

Raquel Welch will play Donatella Versace's aunt in a Lifetime biopic TV movie of the fashion designer's life. The film, entitled House of Versace will follow the life of Versace as she is forced to deal with the death of her brother Gianni.

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Raquel Welch at the 32nd annual Carousel Of Hope Ball held at The Beverly Hilton in L.A.

The founder of the company, Gianni, was killed in 1997 by spree killer Andrew Cunanan. It is still not known why Gianni Versace was a target of the killer. His niece Allegra, then only eleven, inherited the majority of the company's shares and control. His sister Donatella took over the position as head of design. 

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The Last of Shiela Review


Excellent
The odd pair of Anthony Perkins and Stephen Sondheim wrote this underseen thriller, a whodunit that puts widower James Coburn on a boat with his old friends, one of whom may have accidentally run over his wife a year ago in an unsolved hit-and-run. Is Coburn's live-action mystery game a clever way to ferret out the killer? Or is something more mysterious at work here? The body count will nearly fill a hand before a few days on the yacht are up, but it's the impressive cast and twisty script that will keep you watching to see who gets it next... and who gets away with it all.

The Three Musketeers (1973) Review


Good
I saw the word "whimsical" used in one product description of this installment of The Three Musketeers, a faithful adaptation of the classic novel, and no word could better describe the film. It's a combination of belly laughs via non-stop sight gags, endless swashbuckling, and only a dab of plot, all of which serve to make this an engaging event movie that takes place in France instead of in space. Packed with classic actors (including Charlton Heston, Christopher Lee, and Raquel Welch), this is a fun, nearly farcical adventure that's definitely worth a look.

The Four Musketeers Review


Good
More of the same from Richard Lester, who made The Three Musketeers a slapstick classic. Extremely cute and nearly as much fun as the original (D'Artagnan, now a musketeer, has to save his girlfriend from the clutches of the evil Rochefort), but this isn't a story that's exactly begging for a sequel.

One Million Years B.C. Review


Weak
My two-year old daughter got a kick out of the claymation dinosaurs and I enjoyed Raquel Welch's fur bra and pantie outfit, but let's face it, One Million Years B.C. is a ridiculously guilty pleasure -- at best. The only spoken dialogue is narration -- the story, of a man kicked out of his tribe who hooks up with Welch's beachdwellers, only to do battle with his old tribe and lots of clay creatures (including giant turtles and iguanas) is told completely through grunting and chest beating. Though in the case of Welch, this can be a good thing.

Bedazzled (1967) Review


OK
I didn't see the original Bedazzled until after the remake, and while it's no masterwork, it's a far better picture. Dudley Moore is well-suited as the dolt who gives up his soul for seven wishes, all in a vain attempt to win the heart of a rather sour woman (Eleanor Bron), but it's Peter Cook (best known to Gen-X as the lisping priest from The Princess Bride) as the devil who is truly memorable. Cute and amusing, but extremely dated.

Tortilla Soup Review


Good
This fairly remake of the Chinese film Eat Drink Man Woman puts the father-and-his-daughters comedy in the kitchen of a Mexican-American family instead. Hector Elizondo lords over his uniquely messed-up offspring with a knowing twinkle in his eye. He's having fun, and so are we. Elizabeth Peña's supremely anal Leticia is a highlight, as is Raquel Welch's vixen putting the moves on dad.

The Magic Christian Review


Good
The video cover of The Magic Christian features Ringo Starr sitting on Peter Sellers' lap. Starr has on his usual shit-eating grin, and Sellers' expression can only be described as one of sheer horror.

Sellers may very well have had no idea what he was getting into with this movie, an adaptation of the cult novel by the same name from author Terry Southern. The film concerns Sellers' business magnate Guy Grand, who adopts a homeless man (Starr) and presents him to the board as his son.

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Legally Blonde Review


Grim

Shallow SoCal sorority bimbo Elle Woods is supposed to be, like, totally smarter than she looks in "Legally Blonde," a paint-by-numbers big screen sitcom about a ditzy coed who follows her snooty, upper-crust ex to Harvard Law to prove herself worthy and win him back.

But while Elle is played with irresistibly bouncy ebullience by the wonderfully daft Reese Witherspoon ("Election," "Freeway"), the movie never provides any evidence of her supposed smarts. She just gets lucky a lot, like when her knowledge of hair care helps save an innocent murder defendant in a big case she has no business handling as an intern at a big law firm.

Such simplistic, ain't-it-wacky solutions to life's dilemmas are the driving force of this pastel colored picture that is funny from time to time, but is also weighed down with trite "have faith in yourself" messages, as if it's some kind of after school special.

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Raquel Welch

Date of birth

5th September, 1940

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Female

Height

1.68