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actress, one of the loveliest to grace our screens.
White made her big screen debut playing a dollybird in a 1966 pop vehicle for the Spencer Davis Group called The Ghost Goes Gear. After Money-Go-Round and Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush (both 1967) she appeared in the role that first made people notice her, as Bet in Oliver! (1968), singing along on "It's a Fine Life" and "I'd Do Anything".
White later went on to play comedy roles in soft pornography movies like Confessions of a Window Cleaner (1974, and three more films in the series).
This is a sensationally pretty vintage black and white publicity photograph (8" x 10") from the early 1970s, nicely signed and inscribed in black ink across the image. In excellent condition. (The scan does little justice to the photograph.)