Blonde bombshell Cindy Pickett first made heads turn when she landed on The Guiding Light in the mid '70s. Not just another pretty face on daytime TV, Cindy tested the cinematic waters with her film debut . . . and they were hot! Night Games (1980), directed by Roger Vadim, explored the lustful fantasies of a housewife, which included lots of skinny dipping with another naked gal pal, some lesbianism, and, of course, full nudity. The film's tagline read: "Bardot . . . Deneuve . . . Fonda. Roger Vadim exposed them all to the world. And Now he has discovered a new star, Cindy Pickett--a woman of the '80s--in a new American film that is elegant, erotic, and explicitly free." And how! But after such a promising start, Cindy fell back into the boobless terrain of the tube on the hit series St. Elsewhere. She returned to the big screen with some big hits such as Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) but never fulfilled her early promise. It's enough to make a person paint a Pickett sign and protest.