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Prime Cut (1972) at least co-starred Gene Hackman and Lee Marvin with newcomer Sissy Spacek in a featured role, but it bordered on trashy entertainment. Angel's "Clarabelle" character did warrant some attention when Playboy magazine featured some nude scenes in their pages. Little Cigars (1973) has a minor cult following today but is no great shakes. Angel again played a mistress, this time a mobster's gal, who joins a band of little people and robs banks and casinos. Such teasing sexploitation films as How to Seduce a Woman (1974) and The Teacher (1974), the latter co-starring the now-grownup "Dennis the Menace" (1959) Jay North, and violence-prone flicks including The Don Is Dead (1973), The Farmer (1977) and The Bees (1978) did not help in the long run.
On TV, Angel played a season on the short-lived "Search" (1972), and showed up in scores of guest spots as either a fetching diversion or fetching part of the action in such shows as "The Wild Wild West" (1965), "Mannix" (1967), "Police Woman" (1970), "Knight Rider" (1982) and "Simon & Simon" (1981). She continued into the 80s but her filming remained standard. Playing a stripper who divorces Charles Bronson in Murphy's Law (1986), she made her last film appearances in 1989 with the action-filled Relentless (1989) and Crack House (1989). A dedicated SAG board member all these years, Angel's multiple runs for the presidency have thus far been unsuccessful.
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