Solvi Stubing had a successful career in Italian exploitation films even though she was born in Berlin, and like many of the actresses of the grindhouse era, she got her start in modeling before she began a career in film.
She was the face of Peroni beer in the '60s before acting in a series of gialli, spaghetti westerns and nazisploitation movies including Blindman (1971) with Ringo Starr, Strip Nude for Your Killer (1975), Rino di Silvestro's Le Deportate della Sezione Speciale SS (1976) aka Deported Women of the SS Special Edition, and Umberto Lenzi's La Banda del Gobbo (1978).
Luckily for the connoisseurs of exploitation-actress boobies, Solvi didn't stop modeling after she made the jump to the silver screen and appeared in various states of undress in magazines such as Sexyrama (French), King (Italian), Playmen (Italian), and Ciné-Revue (Belgian). In 1974 she was even on the cover of the October issue of the Italian version of Playboy.
And here are the pictures from some of those magazines.
And here she is touching her hair. Looks like she's having a good time.
* Actually, I have no idea if those are peaches or not.