Dianne Hull's career is split in two. She's a veteran of mainstream TV, with a stint on the Ed Asner cop drama The Police Story, as well as one-shot appearances on Cannon, All in the Family, Highway to Heaven, and Amazing Stories. Then there's the sexier slice of Dianne to be found in the low-budget glory films of the '70s and '80s. You can spy the svelte sweetie in The Arrangement (1969), her debut, Girls on the Road (1972), and Hot Summer Week (1973). Her most recent film was The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking (1988), which, needless to say, lacks nudity in any semblance. Not that Dianne passed through the heady days of exploitation without flashing some skin. Her naked debut was in The Magic Garden of Stanley Sweetheart (1970), in which Dianne romped around a dark living room without a stitch. If you look closely you can see her untrimmed magic garden. The only other nude scene came in a Robert "Freddy Krueger" Englund movie called The Fifth Floor (1980) about a young disco dancer wrongly incarcerated in a mental institution. Curvy Dianne exposed her full-frontal glory again. Talk about decking the Hulls.