The super sexy Jane Johnson is an artist, actress, dancer, and woman-about-town who is a little-known actress from the 1970s. This seventies siren had a very small career, but the little work she did do is very worth mentioning. There is not much known about her, but we do know that Jane Johnson played an uncredited synchronized swimmer in the 1975 film Funny Lady. There's nothing funny about her body. We're dead serious about how hot she is! She played a "Painting Dancer" in the gruesome horror film Night of the Bloody Transplant in 1970. This very little known arthouse horror flick follows a surgeon who performs an illegal heart transplant that goes awry. Fun and weird fact: this movie shows a REAL heart transplant. It is certainly not for the squeamish, but that being said Jane Johnson has nothing to do with those bloody scenes. She plays a performance artist who lets her slim figure get covered in paint when she lays on the floor. The floor is covered in paint and her body is dragged around on it. She rolls around on it, too, using her body as a canvas to make a sexy work of art on her hourglass frame. This redheaded minx is titillating in this sexy performance scene. We would love an encore, but it never came. That being said, Jane's body is a work of art that deserves to be exhibited in a museum...or right here on Mr. Skin where you can watch her again and again.