Isabel Sarli had recently been named Miss Argentina when she took up an ambiguous offer from director Armando Bó to pose nude in the film El Trueno entre las hojas (AKA Thunder Among the Leaves) (1956). This made her Argentina's first nude actress, and the controversy was accompanied by national acclaim. Isabel went on to make dozens of films with Bó, the great majority of which feature her incredible bod either swimming or showering or both. Isabel became a talented actress all nude things considered, as proven by a very sexy doffing in La diosa impura (AKA The Impure Goddess) (1963). She followed that up with great but obscure nudity in La Tentación desnuda (AKA Naked) (1965). A few years later she got especially outlandish in Fuego (AKA Fire) (1969), which finally brought her to American arthouses. Semen was thus expelled across the continent! Her big, beautiful Bs also came out in Desnuda en la arena (AKA Naked on the Sand) (1969), Tropical Ecstasy (1970), Fiebre (AKA Fever) (1970), and El sexo y el amor (AKA Sex and Love) (1974). Isabel retired shortly after Bó died but still gave fans another thrill by showing off her aged perfection in La Dama regresa (1996), which appropriately translates to The Lady Is Back. Isabel made a second comeback in the mid-2000s via roles in the TV series Flinderella and the movies Rice and Milk (2009) and My Days with Gloria (2010). Unfortunately we can't expect a third since she passed away in 2019. Sayonara Ms. Sarli.