Judi Dench poses nude at 80 | Australian Women's Weekly
Please refresh the page and retry. T hey are the publicity shots for what appears to be a rather racy Sixties film, with nymphs and fairies frolicking amid an English rural setting. Another shows two young women wearing the free-flowing hippy smocks of the era, gazing wistfully into the middle distance. L ook more closely however and you may have the nagging feeling that you know the three maidens from somewhere. A nd then there was the naked fairy queen Titania, better known today as Dame Judi Dench, who has played everyone from Queen Victoria to M, the head of the Secret Intelligence Services. G eorgia Adams, Mr Farrell's granddaughter, who now curates his archive, told The Telegraph: "My grandmother Manning said that the crew wondered whether Judi Dench's mother minded her daughter appearing half naked on film.
Judi Dench, Helen Mirren and Diana Rigg Play Shakespeare’s Nymphs In 1968
Hair - Brunette breasts exposed muddy pink lighting. But she has been quite active in cinema since her debut in The Third Secret However, by the time she appeared in that film, she had become quite well known as a theatrical actress in London, most notably for The Royal Shakespeare Company. Having that experience hasn't hurt her career in the slightest, either, seeing as she has appeared in basically every screen adaptation of the Bard's works since the late '60s. After a full decade, she brought her Globes back to the screen, baring every last inch in Langrishe, Go Down
The rather raunchy shots show no hint as to how the three women would go on to become the grand ladies of British cinema. The movie gave Dame Judi her fifth big-screen role, four years after her debut in drama The Third Secret. Read more: Pictures of a young Tom Jones returning to local pub after finding fame. She met the man himself in when she played Queen Elizabeth in Shakespeare in Love, a role which won her an Oscar.