To see her holding steady as an attractive, slightly uptight, middle-aged married lady in Meet the Parents (2000), it's easy to forget that Blythe Danner has not always been old enough to be Gwyneth Paltrow's mother. Go back to the dawn of the '70s, a time of innocent exploration in skinema, before the anorexic standard had been applied. Seek out To Kill a Clown (1971). Marvel at the young, blonde, big-eyed Blythe. She wears the placid expression so often seen on the face of her famous daughter, but she wears nothing else. She stands full-backside nude, revealing a cottontail contrasting with bikini tan as she cocks her plush buttocks while standing in a doorway. Fast-forward a few years and pause at Lovin' Molly (1974). They've packed on a pound or two, but Blythe is prouder than ever of those buns, and justifiably so. The pillows are fuller now, augmented by clear tit views and a camera pan that follows the bottom motion as Danner trots and dances.