1967. Wrapped in a shawl, the French movie star favours the unknown photographer with an enigmatic smile. On the back of the photo is a Pierluigi agency copyright stamp together with a caption that reads:
Because many films have brought her to fame, Claudine Auger has rented a little flat in the Centre of Old Rome. In these pictures, she is seen wearing several last fashion dresses [sic] and while doing her shopping.
Claudine Auger is in Rome to star in Luigi Zampa’s new film “Ladies and Ladies”, which also stars Virna Lisi, Ursula Andress and Marisa Mell.
“Ladies and Ladies” is released in 1967 as Anyone Can Play.