Barbara Loden got into show business by showing as a pin-up model used in various magazine spreads in the early ’50s in New York. She hit Old Broadway before being discovered by legendary filmmaker Elia Kazan, whom she later married. He directed her as Warren Beatty’s wanton sister in Splendor in the Grass (1961). But the blonde was fated for bigger things, like skin. That was in Wanda (1971), which she directed herself, where she showed off her fine ass and some side breast. Those jugs eventually killed her a decade later when they developed cancer that spread to her liver, but at least they were appreciated by viewers before their demise.