A satin-skinned brunette with glittering green eyes and a soft pink croissant of a mouth set in a tender, round face, Dawn Dunlap is a study in innocence and experience. Though an American from Texas, Dawn made her film debut in the sensual French study Laura, les ombres de l'ete (1979). Standing naked, Dawn is the essence of youth, her expression brimming with expectant innocence, hair as light as down, puffy lips pouting with the softness of a child, chest heaving with the billowy breasts of a teenager, which is what she was. Three years later, in the Roger Corman sci-fi and skin sextravaganza Forbidden World (1982), Dunlap's butt flaps retain only the merest hint of baby flesh. Her face is a canvas of adult emotion, the lips parted in grown-up excitation. Her bush has grown in and been trimmed in an artful, tidy triangle. Her tits have filled out. The innocence is gone. Dawn is all woman from here on out.