Ever since she was a little girl in the tiny mining town of Aurora, Minnesota, Francine York dreamed of something more. Luckily, she grew into a tall, statuesque brunette with big bombers, and she parlayed her amazing body first into a local gig modeling sweaters and then into a job modeling for big department-store chains like Macy's and Bloomingdales. A gig as a go-go dancer led Francine to be cast in Secret File: Hollywood (1962), and it was here she caught the eye of Jerry Lewis, who cast her in five of his films, including It's Only Money (1962) and The Nutty Professor (1963). But she's best known as a B-movie queen, where Francine and her Ds starred in flicks like Mutiny in Outer Space (1965),Space Probe Taurus (1965), Cannon for Cordoba (1970) and The Centerfold Girls (1974). But her most mam-orable role is in notorious schlock savant Ted V. Mikel's The Doll Squad (1973), and although she doesn't share the breast-baring proclivities of her contemporaries, when she dons a teeny-weeny orange bikini Francine will make you throw cream.