The actress, 71, is used to having all eyes on her and her appearance in the 1971 prequel to The Turn of the Screw ensured fans didn’t miss a single thing.
Starring opposite Marlon Brando, the busty bombshell played governess Miss Jessel who struck up a racy relationship with gardener Peter Quint (played by Marlon).
With the pair ending up in a kinky love affair, they didn’t realise the two children under her care were spying on their very adult encounters and beginning to imitate their behaviour, nearly leading to disaster.
Stills from one particularly blush-inducing scene showed Stephanie naked and pressed up against her co-star.
Miss Jessel’s dominant lover could be seen grasping her neck and tilting her face up to look at him whilst holding her arms behind her back.
One of Stephanie’s bare breasts was on full show as her trim curves filled the screen.
A second snap saw the pair in a more tender moment, the curvaceous star laid nude on the bed while he gazed down at her, caressing her leg.
Her long locks fell in a tousled mane of curls over her shoulders as she could once again be seen naked in the film.
Directed by Michael Winner, the adaptation got a mixed reception, with many mocking Oscar winner Marlon’s attempt at an Irish accent.
Ultimately, both Miss Jessel and Peter met an untimely end when the two children murdered the pair in a bid to ensure the couple wouldn’t be separated and would get to be together forever.
Besides The Nightcomers, Stephanie is best known for her roles in sitcom Sister Kate, Dynasty and Coronation Street, in which she played Martha Fraser.
She is currently appearing alongside the likes of Selina Scott, Bob Champion, Syd Little and The Krankies stars Janette and Ian Tough in the BBC’s travel documentary The Real Marigold Hotel.
Inspired by the hit movie The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, the series follows a group of older celebrities as they travel to India to explore different adventures in retirement on a once-in-a-lifetime trip.
Now in it’s third season, this year’s batch of stars have been visiting the city of Udaipur and the surrounding areas.
Stephanie recently revealed the most memorable moment from her trip, saying: “I think it was the wondrous Amet family home, which was our Marigold Hotel.
“Also, the view of the lake and the storks in flight.”
With the premise of the show to discover if the stars would like to retire somewhere like India, the actress was asked if she’d had time to reflect on the matter yet.
“No — there was no time at all,” she replied. “Very busy camp!
“I’ve got so much more I need to see,” she added.
The Real Marigold Hotel continues tonight at 9pm on BBC One.