When it comes to film, former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy is most famous for a short that was never theatrically released and yet has been seen by more Americans than likely any Hollywood blockbuster. That, sadly, is the Zapruder film of her husband President John Kennedy’s assassination in Dallas. But there is better footage of the sexy lady who put glamour into the White House and gave new meaning to lusting over the Oval Office. Later in life she was captured completely nude sunbathing and letting her Abraham Lincoln-like bearded clam out for all to see. Well, at least for one snooping paparazzi to capture and sell to Al Goldstein’s Screw magazine. And then it was nationally distributed by Larry Flynt in Hustler. That infamous portrait has finally made its way onscreen, where the stills are reproduced in Porn King: The Trials of Al Goldstein (2005). The issue of Screw was its bestselling ever, with 530,000 copies of Jackie’s untrimmed bush circulated.