When London-born Susannah York shot to stardom with her role in Tom Jones, Tony Richardson’s rollicking 1963 period comedy, the press publicized the blue-eyed beauty as the very personification of sexy, sultry Swinging London. But as York’s long and storied career would go on to show, she was no flash in the pan fashion plate, but one of the finest British actresses of her generation, always in search of challenging projects to which she could lend her arrestingly vibrant presence, attracting particular praise as a flipped-out flapper in Sydney Pollack’s They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? From her harried neurotic in Robert Altman’s Images to her eerie enthrallment in Jerzy Skolimowski’s The Shout, this edition of “Also Starring…” proves that York was far much more than a delicate English Rose.