Here's a cool German program for Russisches Roulett, the German title for the 1975 film Russian Roulette starring Cristina Raines and George Segal. It's worth noting that here roulette is written without the final 'e', whereas many other German sources list the title as Russisches Roulette.
I've only seen Russian Roulette with the original English audio. I wonder how the dubbing is for Cristina Raines' voice? Regardless, I hope German-speaking viewers enjoyed her performance!
Here's a photo of Cristina Raines and Chris Sarandon from The Sentinel I don't think I've ever seen before. It's an interesting shot and it is signed, although rather messily. It appears to be Chris Sarandon's signature but who knows? I'm just glad to see more Sentinel photos turning up!
Cristina Raines and Mark Harmon share a moment together in the Flamingo Road episode 'Hell Hath No Fury'.
This is a great pic of Cristina Raines with her cohorts from The Sentinel, director Michael Winner and actor Chris Sarandon.
Here is another image of Cristina Raines from from her 1975 movie Russian Roulette. She did very well with her supporting role in this film and it is no wonder that two years later she would be starring in her own major motion picture!
Hexensabbat (Witches' Sabbath) is the German title of the 1977 horror classic The Sentinel. The two images above and below are examples of German promo pics for the movie, featuring star Cristina Raines and the Hexensabbat logo inserted into the corners.
Here is a photograph of Cristina Raines and George Segal from the 1975 action movie Russian Roulette. They look really bored, don't they? I don't remember them looking this disinterested during that scene in the film. Perhaps this pic was snapped between takes or something. Whatever the case, it is still a nice photo...I really dig the wallpaper!
This photograph is certainly one of the most popular of actress Cristina Raines, displaying an overt sexuality that many people find appealing. This version of the picture has her autograph. Is it authentic? I have no idea. If it is, it would be a fantastic piece of memorabilia!