Actress and Playboy model Susanne Benton's memorable role as the wife of General Dreedle (Orson Welles) in Mike Nichol's adaptation of Joseph Heller's Catch-22
Dreedle's WAC is like a bomber plane's nose art pin up come to life, it's just a shame that Benton was actually 'enhanced', wearing seven pairs of falsies up top and sporting a rubber behind made from Frederick's of Hollywood. That's showbiz, guys!
Despite such enhancements, it's clear though that Susanne Benton was a fine looking specimen
She suffered for her art though; in a film notorious for mishaps - including the tragic death of second unit director John Jordan who refused to wear a harness during the bomber scenes and fell from the open tail turret 4,000ft to his death, a case of hepatitis breaking out which required the entire company to be inoculated, a near miss with a B-25 caught in a propwash, and a visiting John Wayne, unfortunately and accidentally snubbed by the crew, turning to the bottle and resulting in a fall that broke some of his ribs - Benton herself was knocked out cold by a camera during one take!