French beauty Dominique Sanda was married and divorced by age eighteen. Yes, this busty blonde knew that she could get far on her looks, farther than being some guy's ball and chain--though any guy who sees her wants to jerk his chain and play with his balls. She first worked as a Vogue model before director Robert Bresson gave her a starring role in Une femme douce (1969). Following that movie, she continued with naked performances in First Love (1970) and The Conformist (1970). In the latter, she played a young woman who commits suicide when her husband doesn't bang her. Yet she still managed to make this film her skin debut. And things only got hotter from there on out. Next she played a not-so-nice Jewish girl in The Garden of the Finzi-Continis (1971) and made Torahs everywhere unroll like salivating tongues thanks to her great nudity. One of her many crowning achievements was the full-frontal flash in Bernando Bertolucci's epic 1900 (1976). Dominique kept her fleshy resumé thick with good references, from Beyond Good and Evil (1977) to A Room in Town (1982), which was sadly her last lustful close-up. She appeared in Playboy at the height of her sexually explicit career in the '70s and continues to work today. Viewers would wank her, if only Dominique would let them see her middle-aged mams.