Hailed by Playboy as the Most Desired Woman of the 1970s, Racquel Welch is a legendary sex symbol you would love to see naked. Keep scrolling, my friends.
Born in Chicago to a Bolivian father and English mother, Welch got her big break with the sci-film Fantastic Voyage before hitting mega-stardom with her famous deerskin bikini role in One Million Years B.C.
Her only topless scene so far was in Hannie Caulder (1972), and unfortunately, it was only a shot of her from the back revealing pretty much nothing except her back. No bum crack. No sideboob. Nothing. She ain’t like Jayne Mansfield, people.
Welch is known for her refusal to do any nude scenes in film or nude photo shoots, even when she posed for Playboy in 1979. If there are any nudes of Welch, it’s probably secretly kept and shared among inner circles of powerful men.
Now this is how you OPEN a movie. Cinematography at its best:
Here’s a collection of pictures we discovered (don’t ask us from where). Some of them are fakes, and some look incredibly real. We have no idea which ones are which. Enjoy.
One Million Years B.C Highlights
It’s friggin 2017. In case you haven’t watched the movie and just want the Racquel Welch highlights. You’re welcome.