Christine Murray started her career off innocently enough, guesting in an episode of Daniel Boone and Mission: Impossible on the boob tube. Then she got on the big screen and men got big in their pants. She landed in erotica, such as The Tale of the Dean’s Wife (1970), Marsha: The Erotic Housewife (1970), The Psycho Lover (1970), How to Succeed in Sex (1970), The Affairs of Aphrodite (1970), Miss Nymphet’s Zap-In (1970) and even the infamous Myra Breckinridge (1970), where she had an uncredited role as Painted Breasts Girl at Party. In fact, she made 16 dirty movies in one year, but our favorite is likely The Joys of Jezebel (1970), because of her tits and bush, plus we love Bible stories. She continued to fluctuate between nasty movies and mainstream TV series, like Mannix, Ironside and Police Story, even landing in the relatively respected Clint Eastwood comedy Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974). That’s a career.