Czech Classic Beauty: 40 Fabulous Photos of Olga Schoberová in the 1960s

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Born 1943 in Prague, Czech actress Olga Schoberová, also known as Olinka Bérová worked as a clerk at the Technomat, for CZK 500 per month. Her older sister Eva was a model. Since Eva was quite busy as a model, Eva once sent Olga, who looked very similar to her, to a modeling job. Olga then started shooting commercials. A Pilsner beer poster with Olga attracted the attention of director Antonín Kachlík, who cast her in We Were Ten (1963).

In 1964, Schoberová became the first woman from Czechoslovakia to appear on the cover of Playboy magazine, photographed by Herman Leonard. In 1969, she appeared in the pictorial, Sex Stars of 1969, and with Brad Harris in The Secret of the Chinese Carnation (1964), and Massacre at Marble City (1964).
Olga Schoberová acted in 22 Czech, German, Italian, Austrian, Polish, English, and American movies. As “Olinka Berova”, she appeared in The Vengeance of She (1968), and several more films. She has been compared to Brigitte Bardot and Ursula Andress.
Take a look at these fabulous photos to see the beauty of young Olga Schoberová in the 1960s.

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