Burstin' with round-bottom goodness and up-top appeal, veteran eye pleaser (and critically acclaimed thespian) Ellen Burstyn is now old enough to be a hot chick's grandma, but don't be fooled by the tricks of time. The Detroit native hails from an era when being a serious actress meant showing your muff. Ellen's melons and furry slice shot to pubic acclaim in the skinematic adaptation of Henry Miller's banned sexual memoir Tropic of Cancer (1970). Lolling in full nubile nudity atop a set of rumpled sheets, Ellen was the primary source of Tropic's heat. Bouncy Burstyn jumped out of bed and straight into more rack-swinging roles. Titty-stingy actresses of today should check out Alex in Wonderland (1970), King of Marvin Gardens (1972), and The Ambassador (1984) for tips on how a real artist displays her instrument.