Star of the 1973 movie "Cleopatra Jones":

Tamara Dobson
Dobson, a 6-2 model who died on Oct. 2, 2006, starred in the blaxploitation movie and its sequel, "Cleopatra Jones and the Casino of Gold", in which she played a federal agent. In the original, Shelley Winters played Cleopatra's nemesis: a lesbian drug queen with a drug pusher sidekick named Doodlebug (Antonio Fargas). Doodlebug's words when he realizes Winters can't beat Cleopatra: "You ain't no match for that black lady. See ya around, superhonky."
Source: New York Times, 10/6/2006

 
   
  Fifth best screenplay of all-time, according to members of the Writer's Guild:

All About Eve
Rounding out the top ten best picks by Writer's Guild members were: (6) Annie Hall; (7) Sunset Blvd.; (8) Network; (9) Some Like it Hot; and (10) Godfather II.
Source: The Houston Chronicle, 4/9/2006

 
   
  Fourth best screenplay of all-time, according to members of the Writer's Guild:

Citizen Kane

Source: The Houston Chronicle, 4/9/2006

 
   
  Third best screenplay of all-time, according to members of the Writer's Guild:

Chinatown

Source: Houston Chronicle, 4/9/2006