Tuesday, December 19, 2006
Just before Halloween this year we lost yet another great film icon. Tina Aumont was one of the lovliest stars of the sixties who made her debut at the age of twenty in the underrated Modesty Blaise sharing and stealing scenes with Terence Stamp.
Throughout her long career she would work with directors such as Vadim, Fellini, Bertolucci, Martino, Brass, Garrel and even Jean Rollin. She costarred with everyone from Dean Martin to Laura Antonelli and her presence always made a film more interesting.
The photo is one of my favorites and comes from the December 7th 1968 issue of Tempo.