Early on in the filming of One Million Years B.C., Raquel says she tried to approach director Don Chaffey with her ideas for a scene. "I say: 'Don, I've been thinking. I've been looking at the script and I've been thinking,'" she says. "And he said, 'Don't.'"
Soon, millions of copies of Raquel's iconic image were circulated around the world. In an instant, she was every man's fantasy. "Part of it was really flattering and fun," she says. "The other part was just really scary as hell."