Blonde and busty Inger Stevens had a bitingly bittersweet stint in skinema. This Swedish sexpot caught the eye (and fly) of co-star Bing Crosby in her debut, Man on Fire (1957). Inger enflamed Bingle’s dingle with such a tingle that the two carried on a lengthy, lusty affair until she refused to change religions for the Catholic crooner. Dejected but seemingly cheery, Stevens used her perky can-cans to score the lead on the popular series The Farmer’s Daughter, raising crops of bones with her full earthy allure. With many failed affairs with married men and Hollywood figures like Burt Reynolds on her mind, Inger endured again by throwing her bodacious body into her work, sizzling on screen in the appropriately titled A Guide for the Married Man (1967) and House of Cards (1968). Stevens’s sweetish meatballs are at their b(r)east bubbling over in an ill-equipped bolder holder in In a Dream of Kings (1969). After an affair with co-star Anthony Quinn fizzed, Inger hung up her acting shoes, leaving behind a short yet stunningly sexy legacy in skinema.