Jill Clayburgh ended up becoming the symbol of liberated women in the '70s. The tall, busty brunette certainly liberated herself from such unimportant things as clothes in many of her more moan-inducing movies. She first started getting attention as one of the hot young things of daytime on the soap Search for Tomorrow, but it's her early film appearance in The Telephone Book (1971) that really rings our bells here at Skin Central. It's the first time this randy rebel removed her costume. That was uncredited, but she had a more substantial, if less skinful, turn in the masturbation classic Portnoy's Complaint (1972). By the end of the decade, she was back up to steam at her skintillatingly breast in An Unmarried Woman (1978). That got her an Oscar nod for Best Actress, and Mr. Skin gives her fabulous floppers the booby prize. Even on TV she was hot in Hustling (1975), in which she played a hooker. She rounded out the Mam Decade with some fleshy peeks of her breasts in a shower scene from Starting Over (1979) and a parting shot of ass in Luna (1979). By I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can (1982), her funbags were flashed for the last time. Sadly, there's no chance for an encore perv-formance, as Jill passed away after a long battle with leukemia on November 5, 2010.