Janet Munro is the daughter of Scottish comedian Alex Munro, but there's nothing funny about this almond-eyed cutie. Spunky Janet was a staple of British TV, so much so that she was deemed Miss TV 1958, but international fame came when she caught the eye of family-friendly tycoon Walt Disney. She signed with the Mouse for an unprecedented five-movie contract, where the spirited, brunette-banged ingénue made such classics as Darby O'Gill and the Little People (1959), Third Man on the Mountain (1959), and The Swiss Family Robinson (1960). To shuck the wholesome-sweetheart label, Janet moved on to spicier parts, including a critically lauded role in Bitter Moon (1963). But it was The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961) that forever changed this good girl to a skin girl. The movie is about the cover-up of a global disaster, but for Janet it's all about uncovering her globe-sized honkers. Sadly, alcoholism, two failed marriages, and the strain of raising two children took her from the big screen, and in 1972 she died of a heart ailment. Her last screen time was as a boozing pop star in Sebastian (1968). Dammit, Janet, why'd you have to leave us?