Big of Afro and booming of bootay, Brenda Sykes is an African Queen of the '70s exploitation scene. This foxy brown bombshell had her first jam as "Jelly" in The Liberation of L.B. Jones (1970). Free to take on more skinsational roles, Brenda was bootilicious in Getting Straight (1970) and The Skin Game (1971). Ever the chocolate charmer, Brenda landed a leading-lady role as a rich black bitch with a craving for vanilla love in Honky (1971). Hershey's Kisses were never so tempting. Brenda bounced bad guys as the tough "Tiffany" in Cleopatra Jones (1973), her scantily clad curves a vision of blacktastic bootay! Grabbing Middle America by the crotch, this dark and lovely lassie created twice the bang for your yang, playing perky-topped twins on the Ozzie and Harriet spinoff Ozzie's Girls. At the end of her career, soul sista Sykes lit a fuse with her loveliness in the racy racial flick Mandingo (1975), finally exploding in her heart-pounding skinful debut in Drum (1976). As her last picture and her only flesh flash, beautiful Brenda left the '70s skinematic screen with a bang.
Honky (1971) - as Sheila Smith
Getting Straight (1970) - as Luan