It is not often that a single actress plays a pivotal role in two separate films, each of which defined a generation. Blonde and breastalicious Cisse Cameron is a woman of just such a distinction. In the twilight of the '60s, this highly emotive and generously stacked thespian captured the world’s bulging eyeballs as a distressed damsel menaced right out of her bra by a knife-wielding creep in the seminal Billy Jack (1971). The only flaw in that movie, which defined a generation that thought of themselves as mystical warriors, is that Cisse’s character attempts to hide her breasts from vulgar eyes and three-quarters succeeds, which is half too much. As a trollop who flops to the ground in a g-string and nothing else, Cameron’s cones provided the illuminating catalyst for Porky’s II: The Next Day (1983). An entire generation gasped at Cisse’s comely chest and declared, "Life is meant to be lived as a little piggie."
The Baltimore Bullet (1980) - as Sugar