From her origins as platinum-haired jailbait to her peak as a brassy blonde dame, Brooklyn-born Connie Stevens always exuded sex appeal with a capital peel. Plucked from one of the more exciting regions of obscurity as a seventeen-year-old by Jerry Lewis and featured front and center in Rock-a-Bye Baby (1958), Stevens's bombshell body and schoolgirl naïveté raised the antennae and the hopes of skin scouts throughout the land. Connie's marriage to teen heartthrob Eddie Fisher resulted in a spate of 1960s beach flicks. Bikinis and the twist screwed the developing blonde deeper into the mass skinful consciousness. Stevens waited until her thirties to reward an expectant nation, unveiling the flesh behind the fame in two more-than-approriately titled adventures, The Sex Symbol (1974) and Scorchy (1976). Both pictures are recommended for the climactic unveiling of a sexual body a lifetime in the making, especially the former. A recently discovered uncut veriosn of The Sex Symbol includes fresh flesh from Connie thought to be lost forever. Now you can lust at it forever.