Carla Romanelli burst onto the Italian Skinematic Scene way back in 1968 with roles in three feature films; Vedove inconsolabili in cerca di… distrazioni, Fenomenal e il tesoro di Tutankamen, and Donne… botte e bersaglieri. Suffice to say, she was one Hell of a prolific actress for the little bit less than two decades she opted to act. It also stands to reason that this lovely lady became something of an international star in the 1970s when her career took off like wildfire. On top of Italian stardom, the lovely lady we'd want on top of us even managed to appear in such English-language features as The Lonely Lady (1983) and Steppenwolf (1974). So, her star power wasn’t exactly unknown to American audiences. But we here at Skin Central prefer to best remember Carla for her younger, more Skinful years in the movies, beginning with her full-frontal flashes in 1974’s Steppenwolf. It's a weird flick about a guy who plans on offing himself at age fifty, only to meet a jazz girl who shows him what Heaven and Hell are like before he does the job. Born to be unbridled more so than wild, in pearls and nothing else up top Carla seduces the man with some sensual posing while in bed. It's heavenly. But since we're just as into just show us the assy as we are keeping it classy, we were also huge fans of her three B exposing dash in The Sensuous Nurse (1975). If Carla wanted to nurse us back to health, she'd let us nurse on those heavy hangers. Carla flashed all three B's again in The Amorous Mis-Adventures of Casanova (1977), where Tony Curtis played the legendary ladies man who had Carla serving him his meals with her real deals in his face as she did it. After kicking it with Harvey Keitel in the corrupt NYPD officer drama Order of Death (1983), Carla bailed on acting after an episode of I racconti del maresciallo in 1984. What a pair she had. Peanut butter and Jelly go together like titty flashing and Carla Romanelli!