It all started with Seven Blood-Stained Orchids (1971) for Italian pizza ass Gabriella Giorgelli. It’s her nude debut and it nearly killed her--well, onscreen it did kill her. You’ll kill sperm watching the topless brunette run around and finally get cut down by a machete-wielding maniac. But Gabriella was back for more in the period piece Decameroticus (1972), with more views of her ample period pieces. She next took it off in the comedy Ubalda, All Naked and Warm (1972). She didn’t play the title--that would be Edwige Fenech--but Gabriella did get naked in the hay with an aggressive lover, which will make you warm in your pants. Speaking of warm, in Novelle licenziose di vergini vogliose (1973) Gabriella got topless by the fire and later even showed her burning bush. All good things have to come to an end, but that doesn’t mean you can’t come watching Gabriella’s skin swansong in the comedy La Moglie vergine (1975). The title translates to The Virgin Wife, which obviously doesn’t apply to this randy vixen.