When divine Brigitte Bardot took the world by storm in the landmark French flick ...And God Created Woman (1957), nobody was about to argue with the title. This perfect Parisian pastry was best served au natural--no makeup, no clothing, just that hourglass figure, with a shelf of meaty jugs and that smiling, heart-shaped ass soaring like a full moon over her long and shapely legs. Brigitte was already raising baguettes in the early- to mid-50s in films such as Manina, the Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter (1952), La lumière d'en face (The Light Across the Street ) (1955), and the suggestively titled While Plucking the Daisy (1956), thus giving inquisitive Americans a reason to frequent foreign film houses. Heaven fell on us in the form of Brigitte's suckable teets in The Night Heaven Fell (1958), and we get a couple good peeks at Brigitte's boobs and cheeks in La Vérité (The Truth) (1960). She managed to please us again in Please Not Now! (1961). She even made the cool New Wave director Jean-Luc Godard heat up his film Contempt (1963) with a lingering opening on Brigitte's backside. Following nude roles in Two Weeks in September (1967), The Vixen (1969), and Les pétroleuses (The Legend of Frenchie King) (1971), Brigitte retired from the sexy screen in 1973, her swan songs being L' Histoire très bonne et très joyeuse de Colinot Trousse-Chemise (The Edifying and Joyous Story of Colinot) and Don Juan (Or If Don Juan Were a Woman). It was a nice way to go out, just as she came in--naked as the day she was boned.
L' Histoire très bonne et très joyeuse de Colinot Trousse-Chemise (1973) - as Arabelle