A digital recreation of an article published in Modern Man Vol15 No3 from September 1965
Among the bevy of tall and short; blue and black-eyed; redheaded, blonde and brunette; high-breasted and round-heeled lasses who portray les girls in the movie version of literature’s most irrepressible bawd, "Fanny Hill," Leslie Cole nonetheless stands out like Georgie Jessel at a Nasser testimonial dinner.
Leslie plays one of the "sorority sisters" in the rollicking film about the famed harlots of London in the late 1700s, Leslie (who uses the screen name of Cara Garnett) gains considerable attention, even when competing with the likes of the inexhaustible, unsinkable Fanny Hill (portrayed by Letitia Roman). This is not to say that Letitia is not quite a dish herself, but Leslie is something else again. Born in the Fiji Islands some 21 years ago, she is proof positive that not all the femme fatales of the Fijis sport black frizzy hairdos and drink hot guava nectar to the throbbing beat of native drums. Indeed, if she is an example of the "whees" that grow in the Fijis, it’s no wonder that the natives are restless.
Leslie displays aptitude for modeling, although acting is her goal.
Photographs in black/white and color by Ed Alexander in England