She may not have many credits on her acting resume, but Betty Vergès bats 1000 with the ones she does have, displaying her fine and fabulous figure in every one of them. The German goddess first peeled off her wardrobe as Patricia in the comedy romance The Fruit Is Ripe (1976), about a German girl on vacation in Greece—tagline: As free as the breeze…As wild as the wind… Betty takes plenty of opportunities to show off her nubile body, breasts high and pointed, ass firm and round, bush, well, bushy (it’s the ‘70s). In one scene, she emerges from the ocean like a water nymph, all slippery and sexy and full-frontal. You would think it couldn’t get any better, but you would be wrong. Because the very next year, the beguiling babe nabbed the role of Ilona in Sylvia im Reich der Wollust (1977), or The Joy of Flying, about a woman having her sexual desires filled. While she’s not the actual woman filling the horny, she does walk around fully naked for an entire minute, giving anyone who wants one a nice, long look. More? It’s Betty—of course, there’s more! The starlet warmed us up as Ines in the comedy Summer Night Fever (1978), billed as the first adult Disco movie. While she manages to keep her triangle under wraps, despite being fully naked multiple times, she does give us her yearly update on the status of her nipples. (So considerate!) And one more! The comedy horror Dracula Blows His Cool (1979) is about a descendant of that vampire, and his job is to photograph beautiful women; the usual biting ensues, and Betty, playing the sexy and seductive Countess Olivia, does some of her own handiwork with fangs. Oh, and she also appeared in the August 1978 issue of German Playboy, starring in her very own pictorial. On screen, and in print. Score!