Eleanor Parker is often forgotten as both a former star and a pioneering Queen of Kink. Check out the women's prison drama Caged (1950), where her sweet character became a skinhead chain smoker who fascinates predatory warden Agnes Moorehead--and that's one of her more respectable films! In fact, the role led to her first Oscar nomination. Eleanor went on to another Oscar bid as Kirk Douglas's wife in Detective Story (1951) and a third as an afflicted opera star in Interrupted Melody (1955). She definitely deserved a medal for her topless turn in An American Dream (1966), in which she tormented her lover with a lit cigarette. Eleanor also gave Ann-Margret some feminine competition in The Tiger and the Pussycat (1967). By the '70s, though, she was reduced to TV projects like the 1972 pilot for Fantasy Island. Parker's been retired since 1991, but she'll always be a skinematic icon.