There's nothing to support the claim that Swedish cheesecake Babette Bardot is any relation to her famous French namesake, but they share one thing in common: an un-measurable sex appeal. She's only appeared in three films, two of which are helmed by sexploitation master Russ Meyer, so you know this woman has mucho talent. You can see for yourself in Meyer's Mondo Topless (1966), where she played herself, though under the pseudonym Bouncy. It's an apt name for the buxom blonde as she shakes all she's got, which is a lot, in the front seat of a car and over some very lucky railroad tracks. Babette went on to appear in I, Marquis de Sade (1967) before returning to Meyer's lewd eye for her final exposure on film in Common Law Cabin (1967). Her skinny-dipping scene is the only nudity in the film, but it's enough. Mr. Skin would sure love to see how her udderly fantastic funbags are bouncing nowadays.