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Carefree sensuality oozed from every pore as Brigitte Bardot, who turns 80 Sunday, mamboed her way to fame, leaving men weak at the knees and drawing a generation of liberated young women in her wake.In 1956, Bardot set the screen alight in "And God Created Woman," shot by her then-husband Roger Vadim and the best-known of the 50-odd movies – many of them flops – of her short career.These days Bardot shuns the fashion and film worlds, and proudly refuses to resort to plastic surgery.Two years later however, Bardot was asked in an interview which French actress could play her in a film.
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