Mamtastic Milanese mama Cristina Gaioni made her debut in the 1958 production La Tempest, a drama based on a novel by Alexander Pushkin. The next year Cristina won a silver ribbon for Best Supporting Actress from the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists for her role in the early women-in-prison movie Hell in the City (1959). Cristina went on to appear in movies like Slave Girls of Sheba (1964), The Twelve-Handed Men of Mars (1964), Flesh for Frankenstein (1973), and Red Light Girls (1974). In 1973 Cristina’s cans, caboose, and cunny came out to play as she took an erotically charged shower with her fellow female inmates in yet another women-in-prison flick, Women in Cell Block 7. Make sure to drop that soap, Cristina!