Although she spent her formative years overshadowed by a wooden dummy, Candice Bergen's star has risen to outshine both that of her father, ventriloquist Edgar Bergen, and his lacquered collaborator, Charlie McCarthy. Her fair Irish complexion and innate sense of grace seem distinctly European, but Candice was born in the USA's own little Beverly Hills. Considering her hometown, her father's profession, her regally borne beauty, and her seemingly effortless mastery of the acting craft, it was inevitable that young Ms. Bergen should gravitate toward show business. The future Oscar nominee and Murphy Brown-to-be showed the most of her breast business in A Night Full of Rain (1978). How is it possible that her bed-sharing co-star is asleep there beside her? Is he made out of wood like Charlie McCarthy? We got wood watching Candice in other skintillating projects, including the revisionist western film Soldier Blue (1970) in which she bares her nice can and bush! There isn't as much of Candice's skin in T.R. Baskin (1971), but we do get a quick flash of sideboob when she strips for a guy. The flash of nip in Starting Over (1979) is even briefer, but it counts! And if we watch the film with requisite horniness we can finish within that timeframe. We have to also mention an early movie of hers, The Magus (1968), because it contains a beautiful boob. However, we can't be sure that it belongs to Candice. Decades older but not any less sweet, Candy should show her ass for old time's sake.