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In the 1970s Saul starred in several popular Israeli films, most notably Giv'at Halfon Eina Ona (Halfon Hill does not Answer), Hashoter Azulai (Officer Azulai) and Hagiga B'Snuker (Party at the Snooker Hall).
In 1979, Saul became the first Israeli woman to pose for Playboy magazine in the May issue of that year.
She subsequently returned to Israel, where she resumed her acting career, appearing on television in soap operas such as Ramat Aviv Gimmel and Florentin. In 2001 she created, wrote and edited a children's play called Sound of Magic which she continues to perform.
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