When Deborah Caprioglio was only a busty twenty-year-old, her sixty-two-year-old boyfriend, the wild man of German cinema Klaus Kinski, launched her career and lifelong notoriety by co-starring with the dark-haired beauty in Paganini (1989). The film is a sex flick that is so explicit that it prompted a lawsuit from the movie's own production company because they claimed it was nearly pornographic! She took the sex down just a notch for her next film, Paprika (1989), a spicy softcore skin fest in which she insures her nude scenes by playing a whore. Her Italian countrymen, after playing with their sausages, hailed the top-heavy tramp as the next Sophia Loren. But then Deborah and Klaus broke up, and, during the lull in her career, she dated government ministers and seemed on the fast track to a skinless life of bureaucratic bliss. But you can't keep tits like hers from flashing, and soon she was back in front of the camera making life a kick for the boot-shaped country. With titles like Foxy Lady (1992) and Love Story with Cramps (1995), Deborah raised the bar (among other things) in bawdy.