When you launch your career like Jane Hill did with the scandalous crime-horror cult hit Olga’s Girls (1964), you got our attention. The movie about a ruthless narcotics dealer and white slaver, Olga, keeps her harem of girls in line by hooking them on addictive drugs. Of course, nothing is more addictive than skin, so once we see Jane’s hills all bets are off. The audience becomes a boob fiend, desperate for another taste of that tantalizing flesh. Sadly, we’re still jonsing. She appeared in the made-for-TV drama Unwed Father (1974), about a teenage boy who fathers a child with his girlfriend and fights for custody, but there was nothing unclothed about her performance. She had a fallow period followed by a bit part in Hollow Reed (1996), about a homosexual father who loses custody of his son, but our hollow reed was not made hard by her cameo as a Record Shop Girl. The last we saw of her was in the bowling comedy Kingpin (1996), but we’re chasing that initial high.