Wow! Talk about setting The Way Back Machine! I always thought she was actually hotter as a brunette (and I'm partial to blondes). There was an old Twilight Zone episode with her & Charles Bronson, with her as a brunette. I saw it after watching years of Bewitched episodes after school. And she blew me away with dark hair.
"Hey baby you know you look so fine, Send shivers up and down my spine, I don't care about our different ages, I'm an open book with well-thumbed pages, You're jailbait, and I just can't wait, Jailbait, baby come on." - "Jailbait" Motorhead
"Good morning little schoolgirl, can I come home with you Tell your moma and your papa, I'm a little schoolboy too Come on now pretty baby, I just can't help myself You're so young and pretty, I don't need nobody else" - Various artists
Loc: Outside the Circles of Time...
Those are some sweet caps, Rod! Any idea what they are from? She is a beauty as a blonde or brunette... I guess only her hairdresser (and her lovers) knew for sure! What really made me flip for Elizabeth was when I saw her in "The Legend of Lizzie Borden"! She could actually do some decent serious acting, and be sexy as hell as a psycho biotch (the kind of women I seem to gravitate to )! Great caps, my friend... thanks!
_________________________ "God created woman to remind man that he isn't perfect."
"Company, always on the run Destiny, is the rising sun I was born, six gun in my hand Behind the gun, I make my final stand That's why they call me Bad company, Oh, I can't deny Bad, Bad company 'till the day I die"
My guess would be the pics are from: THE SERIES: Thriller September 13, 1960 - July 9, 1962 (NBC)
Very good, hour-long anthology series that dealt with crime and horror. Hosted by and occasionally starring Boris Karloff. The later episodes moved more towards the subjects of horror and the occult, whereas the earlier episodes were more straightforward crime and mysteries. View the Thriller episode guide I wrote here.
THE EPISODE: Masquerade
Original Air Date: October 30, 1961 Director: Herschel Daugherty Teleplay: Donald S. Sanford Based on a short story by Henry Kuttner Producer: William Frye Cast: Elizabeth Montgomery (Rosamond "Ros" Denham); Tom Poston (Charlie Denham);John Carradine (Jed Carta); Jack Lambert (Lem Carter); Dorothy Neumann (Ruthie Carter)
Synopsis: A young couple (Montgomery and Poston) take refuge in a spooky house on a stormy night and are terrorized by the strange family who occupy it. But do the young honeymooners have a secret of their own?
Thanks to Boones for my Avy.
She did a TV film in the 1970s. movie-of-the-week thing, think it was about breast cancer, but the opening scenes in her office with her secretary, she was wearing a tight jumper and no bra and it was one of the most...MOBILE things I've ever seen her do!