Fathom is a British spy comedy set in Spain starring Raquel Welch and Anthony Franciosa. Welch plays Fathom Harvill, a skydiver touring Europe with a U.S. parachute team who’s approached by a Scottish agent to recover an atomic triggering mechanism. Fathom becomes embroiled in intrigue and adventures ranging from boat chases to bull fights. Cold war spy movies were very popular in the 1960s and are still being made today(The Man From U.N.C.L.E.).
Raquel Welch’s breakthrough role was in Fantastic Voyage, 1966. After that she starred in Hammer Studios’ One Million Years B.C., 1966, where she played a cave woman. Welch became a movie icon in the 1960s and 1970s and at 75 today looks surprisingly like she did 45 years ago.
Raquel Welch is similar to Steve Reeves in that she has a great structure regardless of whether she exercises or not. Read article on Reeves. Too much of physical culture today is spent on how to get as big as possible without first paying attention to proportions, symmetry, and structure. Its the same for women, slapping on misshapen breast implants, getting capped delts(because guys appreciated wide shouldered women?), squatting to get a big ass without even considering whether it looks good. More must be better right? Study Raquel Welch. Its the prototype female body. In the upcoming age of gene splicing and genetic engineering you’d better hope Raquel Welch is the direction they go in.