Shirley Eaton - Rotten Tomatoes

Shirley Eaton

Highest Rated:   96% Goldfinger (1964)
Lowest Rated:   96% Goldfinger (1964)
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Brassy blonde leading lady Shirley Eaton could be labelled the British equivalent of such American "blonde bombshells" as Barbara Nichols, Joyce Jameson and Joi Lansing. From her first film appearance in 1954 onward, Eaton excelled in roles calling for equal parts comic know-how and feminine pulchritude. Later in her career, Eaton essayed a number of straight dramatic roles. Shirley Eaton is best known for her brief assignment as the unfortunate gold-painted girl in the 1964 James Bond caper Goldfinger, though it was necessary to hire a voice actress to dub over Shirley's provincial speech patterns.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Die sieben Männer der Sumuru (Rio 70)
  • Sumuru
1969
No Score Yet Kiss and Kill
  • Black Widow
1968
No Score Yet The Million Eyes of Su-Muru
  • Su-Muru
1967
No Score Yet Eight on the Lam
  • Ellie Barton
1967
No Score Yet Around the World Under the Sea
  • Dr. Maggie Handford
1966
No Score Yet Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians (And Then There Were None)
  • Ann Clyde
1965
96% Goldfinger
  • Jill Masterson
1964
No Score Yet Rhino!
  • Actor
1964
No Score Yet The Girl Hunters
  • Laura Knapp
1963
No Score Yet What a Carve Up! (No Place Like Homicide!)
  • Linda Dickson
1962
No Score Yet A Weekend with Lulu
  • Deirdre
1961
No Score Yet Carry On Nurse
  • Staff Nurse Dorothy Denton
1960
No Score Yet Carry On Constable
  • Sally Barry
1960
No Score Yet Life Is a Circus
  • Shirley Winter
1960
No Score Yet Three Men in a Boat
  • Sophie Clutterbuck
1959
No Score Yet Carry On Sergeant
  • Mary Sage
1958
No Score Yet Further Up the Creek!
  • Jane
1958
No Score Yet Doctor at Large
  • Nan
1957
No Score Yet The Naked Truth
  • Melissa Right
1957
No Score Yet Panic in the Parlor
  • Shirley Hornett
1956
No Score Yet Doctor in the House
  • Milly Groaker
1955
No Score Yet Love Match
  • Rose Brown
1955

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