Actress, Ursula Andress, was born on Mar 19, 1936 in Ostermundigen, Switzerland. As of December 2020, Ursula Andress was 84 years old.
After a late introduction to international stardom by way of the film Dr. No, tigerish blonde Ursula Andress enjoyed 10 years as a top film glamor girl before her career seemed to submerge beneath her private love life. However she stepped up her work schedule again in the late 1970s, apparently ageless and as sexy as ever. She was married to John Derek from 1957 to 1966. Later there was a lengthy liaison with the French star Jean-Paul Belmondo and another with Hollywood star Harry Hamlin that produced a son in 1980.(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Film Stars).
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Rita: Don't resist. Capitulate.
Leo Vincey: Was that barbaric execution necessary?
Ayesha: It was necessary!
Maj. Horace Holly: In God's name, why?
Ayesha: As a demonstration of my absolute power! How else could I hold my soldiers and these pathetic creatures as my subjects? How else but by instilling fear and terror into their very souls.
Maj. Horace Holly: But nothing is gained by fear and terror.
Ayesha: Is your world so much better? Your world where men kill each other in their millions in the name of freedom? Your world that has not long to live. A few decades only before it destroys itself. Then, what will be left?
Ayesha: I am she who must be obeyed!
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