Elected "Face of the Year" in her teens, sultry British brunette Caroline Munro is more famous for her below-the-neck attributes. Seldom appearing in films without one or all of her significant body parts-- cleavage, abdomen, hips--uncovered, Munro has been a most welcome decoration in such adventures as Casino Royale (1967) Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1973), At the Earth's Core (1976) and The Spy Who Loved Me (1977). Not surprisingly, Munro has become a cult favorite, especially with imaginative teenaged boys; she was evidently less popular in those communities of the American South and Midwest that banned her alluring Noxema skin cream TV ads in the 1980s. Still going strong into the 1990s, Caroline Munro has recently played herself (who could ask for anything more?) in 1993's Night Owl, and as Mrs. Pignon in the medium-budget sleeper To Die For (1994).