Originally starting as a fashion model for cult-label Biba, Madeline Smith became an actress who appeared in many film & television productions throughout the 70s & 80s, including some of British cinemas most-loved franchises including Hammer, Carry On, & James Bond.
Madeline appeared as Roger Moore‘s first Bond-girl in “Live & Let Die”, his first outing as 007, in a scene where the audience gets a rare glimpse of James Bond’s home.
Just some of Madeline’s many TV credits include “Cribbins” with Bernard Cribbins, “On the House” with Kenneth Connor, “The Two Ronnies“, The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins” with Melvyn Hayes & Ronnie Barker, “The Persuaders” with Roger Moore, Valerie Leon, & Anouska Hempel, “Jason King” with Peter Wyngarde, “The Fenn Street Gang” with Carol Hawkins, “Terry & June” with June Whitfield, “Steptoe & Son”, “The End of the Pier Show”, and “The Howerd Confessions” with Frankie Howerd & Joan Sims.
Madeline starred as “Miss Bristol” in the Saucy Seventies comedy film “Percy’s Progress” with Leigh Lawson, Jenny Hanley, Madeline Smith, Vincent Price, Vikki Richards, Barry Humphries, Julie Ege, & Carol Hawkins.
A Bond-girl with an innate sense of comic timing, some of Madeline’s film credits include “The Killing of Sister George” with Beryl Reid, “Taste the Blood of Dracula” with Christopher Lee, “The Vampire Lovers” with Peter Cushing & Kate O’Mara, “The Ballad of Tam Lin”, also known as “The Devil’s Widow”, with Peter Hinwood, Jenny Hanley, Stephanie Beacham, & Joanna Lumley, “Up Pompeii” with Frankie Howerd, Barbara Murray, & Carol Hawkins, “Up the Front” with Frankie Howerd & Stanley Holloway, “Carry On Matron” with the Carry On team, “The Amazing Mr. Blunden” with Diana Dors, “The Love Ban” with John Cleese & Antonia Ellis, “Theatre of Blood” with Diana Rigg, Vincent Price, & Dennis Price, “Take Me High” with Cliff Richard, “Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell” with Peter Cushing & David Prowse, and “The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones” with Terry-Thomas & Joan Collins.
Madeline Smith Pop Art
Available in A4, A3, and A2 sizes to fit standard-size picture frames. Please note that black frame is not included – for a guide on choosing a frame size take a look here.
An official collaboration with Studiocanal, this print is part of the Saucy Seventies collection of stylish pop art prints inspired by Seventies glamour, featuring Art & Hue’s signature halftone style (halftone is an age-old technique that uses dots to make up the printed image, similar to newspapers or comic books).
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