You know how gals become membes of Mr. Skin's Hall of Fame Nudity! gallery? They follow in the footsteps of Nastassja Kinski. And they take notes on her skintallating roles, like that of Irena in the 1982 flick Cat People. The story goes that long, long, ago, leopards mated with ladies. The result? Cat people, who are mostly, usually human, but when they have sex, they turn into their primal beast (literally, with fur and big teeth and everything), and kill their mate. Kinski's character is a virgin, and plays the role with finesse, when it could be totally ridiculous. It also doesn't hurt that she's totally naked, as in butt, boobs, and bush (the trimuphant trio of B beauty). As a bonus, you also get to see Annette O'Toole's perfectly formed peaks, all pink and pretty. The fantasy-horror film is something of a cult classic. It seems like it would be super cheesey with the cat concept and all, but it's actually pretty decently made (even film critic Roger Ebert gave it three and a half stars out of four). It's also got a fairly stellar cast outside the ladies, including an incestuous-minded Malcolm McDowell, a lovestruck John Heard, as well as Ed Begley, Jr. and John Larroquette. Behind the scenes, top dog Jerry Bruckheimer was the executive producer, long before he did any of The CSI, Pirates of the Carribbean, or got his Top Gun: Maverick Oscar nomination. Oh, and if you started humming David Bowie's "Cat People" as soon as you read this movie title, you're spot on. He wrote it specificially for this flick.