Françoise Pascal first made her mark in show business dancing on Top of the Pops in the ’60s. She ended up in films, such as There’s a Girl in My Soup (1970) with Peter Sellers, but she really made her mark (in audiences’ pants) with her nude debut, School for Sex (1968). That was followed by Loving Feeling (1968), which has her lover feeling her up pretty nicely. Burke and Hare (1971) and Bloodsuckers (1972) continued her carnal run, but it was La Rose de fer (1973) in which Françoise showed where her passion was. She turned down a lead role with Kirk Douglas to star in this skintacular horror flick. She was lust obscene in the bawdy British comedy Keep It Up Downstairs (1976), featuring former H.R. Pufnstuf star Jack Wild and Mary Millington baring her bottom for a spanking scene that Françoise wouldn’t drop trou for--a sad and disturbing end to this sexy career.