The 1960s were a groovy time for cool chicks who could hang loose and not freak out. Few came cooler and hung looser than hippie-dippy blonde sex kitty Jennifer Billingsley. Relying on little more than a vixen-next-door face, a wild mane of streaky blonde hair, a hip and with-it swagger to the swivel of her hips whenever she walked or simply stood still, and a pair of publicly displayed love lumps, Jennifer coasted to the forefront of the counterculture. After warm-up appearances in Lady in a Cage (1964), The Young Lovers (1964), and The Spy with My Face (1965), boss babe Billingsley found herself on the back of a motorcycle, clutching the waist of football hipster Joe Namath. The movie is C.C. and Company (1970). The attractions are chi-chis and skinny dipping.