Although Angela Aames stands atop the busty bevy of beauties who shared their bodacious bosoms with the entire world in the slew of sex comedies that defined the late '70s and '80s, she started out "innocently" enough in Fairy Tales (1978) as Little Bo Peep. Let's just put it this way: Little Bo Peek didn't lose her sheep . . . she lost her bra! Angela followed that up with one of the best T&A sex-comedy romps ever produced, a steamer called H.O.T.S. (1979). As Linda 'Boom-Boom' Bang, this stupendous, sumptuous, and supple act-chest entertained the enthralled throngs of salivating teenage drive-in goers with a whole tit-load of bouncing breasts. While she may have shed her clothing in other flicks, H.O.T.S. remains the hottest of the hot. Angela's warmhearted, lovable quality always came through in her performances, which helped her fans see past her enormous jugs to sense the heart of gold that beat beneath. Her portrayal of the quintessential, gullible, big-boobied blonde in All the Marbles (1981) defined forever a very much copied stereotype. Diane Keaton may have created the mold for the strong yet vulnerable modern self-sufficient woman; Marilyn Monroe, the conniving, helpless vamp; and Audrey Hepburn the fragile, dainty beauty, but Angela leaves us with the consummate warm-hearted, gallon-milk-sacked, naked, dumb blonde. She Aames to please.