She'd sent some innocent schoolgirls over to the coffin and as soon as they looked inside, Hitchcock would 'wake up' and start to masturbate, after which the terrified girls would run away screaming.
More shocking than her appearances in those films, one of which was aptly titled 'The Casting Couch,' is the identity of the man who tried to sell prints of these stag films.
The scantily flower-clad lady in The Sign of the Cross who failed in her goal to convert the ape to Christianity is Elissa Landi, an Austrian actress who appeared in a number of Hollywood films in the 1930s.
Lucille only appeared in the film for a brief moment when Norma is faced with her twin in the back seat of a car.
Case in point below, you got to wonder how Rhonda Fleming in Slightly Scarlet passed by the Hayes Office.
By Neil Brand and Philip Carli.