People: Nov. 6, 1964

Winging into London to promote a Soviet film festival, auburn-haired Soviet Cinemactress Natalya Fateyeva, 25, speedily shaped up (36-25-37) as the most popular Russian export since caviar. Ounce for ounce, it also developed, she was in the same price league. Offered a small role in Paramount's production of Moll Flanders, she allowed as how she was "very flattered." However, she is already earning $75,000 a year, and "for $6 a week I get a luxury flat in Moscow and a beautiful country cottage. I have my car, my three fur coats, and I can travel the world whenever I want. The...

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