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Ayesha (Character)
from She (1965/I)

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Ayesha, a.k.a. "She," is the near-immortal, coldly... See more »
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  1. She (2001/I) Played by Ophélie Winter
    ... aka "She Who Must Be Obeyed" - Europe (English title) (long title)

  2. She (1984) Played by Sandahl Bergman (as She)
    ... aka "Barbarian" - Belgium (English title) (video box title)

  3. The Vengeance of She (1968) Played by Olga Schoberová
  4. She (1965/I) Played by Ursula Andress / Nikki Van der Zyl

  5. She (1935) Played by Helen Gahagan (as She)

  6. She (1925) Played by Betty Blythe

  7. She (1917) Played by Valeska Suratt
  8. She (1916) Played by Alice Delysia
  9. She (1911) Played by Marguerite Snow (as She)

  10. Haggard's She: The Pillar of Fire (1899) Played by Jeanne d'Alcy
    ... aka "La colonne de feu" - France (original title)
    ... aka "The Pillar of Fire" - International (English title)
Archive Footage:
  1. "The World of Hammer"
        - Hammer Stars: Christopher Lee (1994) TV episode, Played by Ursula Andress
        - Lands Before Time (1994) TV episode, Played by Ursula Andress / Olga Schoberová
        - Hammer Stars: Peter Cushing (1994) TV episode, Played by Ursula Andress
  2. "Film Review"
        - Changing Faces (1968) TV episode, Played by Olga Schoberová

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From She (1984)
She: What's wrong?
Tom: I don't know, but something is.
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