Jill St. John pedals the Paramount backlot, a spangly boa draped over the handlebars of her “Jill Baby” bike. It’s 1963 and the actress is between scenes on Come Blow Your Horn, the Norman Lear-scripted adaptation of Neil Simon’s hit Broadway comedy.
From the photo’s snipe: “Jill St. John is caught by the candid cameraman, and very effectively caught. Jill, who has one of the leading roles in this screen version of the stage hit… is one of the most photographed young women in the world. In addition to her movie appearances, she was one of the elite group of top fashion and photographic models whose likenesses are seen in so many publications.”