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Bodil Joensen or Bodil Jørgensen (25 September 1944 - 3 January 1985) was a Danish pornographic actress born in the village Hundige, near Copenhagen. Her best known film is the documentary A Summer Day. She also starred in Hvorfor gør de det? by the Phyllis and Eberhard Kronhausen.

An animal lover, Bodil Joensen ran a small entrepreneurial farm and animal husbandry business, and enjoyed celebrity status from her many pornographic films in which she engaged in sex acts with animals. An icon and celebrity for a time, with her own successful business, she failed to make the transition to movies when market sentiment changed, and became impoverished, dependent on alcohol, stopped being able to care for her animals, and died some few years later. The love of her life was her dog, but friends comment she was very close to all animals, and before her decline cared deeply and affectionately for every type, from rabbits to pigs.

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