Sharon Tate Promotional Film

A 1966 MGM promotional film about a young Sharon Tate

This is an MGM promotional film made in the mid-60s about a young Sharon Tate, who was then appearing in Eye of the Devil (1966).

Look out for: a young David Hemmings dancing like Austin Powers; producer John Calley; the ‘Guinness¬†discotheques’ (whatever they were);¬†the hilarious tone of the narrator and the bit where David Niven calls Sharon a ‘fabulously good looking bird’. Feminism clearly hadn’t quite caught on yet.

A year after this was released she would marry Roman Polanski and in the summer of 1969 she was killed by the crazed followers of Charles Manson.

By Ambrose Heron

Editor of FILMdetail