Superstacked stunners have a way of seeming like they come from a planet where the women are just slightly more beautiful than is possible on Earth. Who would not have liked to be at the airport when the spaceship that carried Joanna Cassidy came in? Perhaps because her own high-caliber projectiles were so cinematically smashing, comely Cassidy broke her film cherry in Bullitt (1968). With green eyes that flash from warm to scalding and a versatile smile that can spread in a sneer of eroticized challenge or spread in open and convivial welcome, Joanna has left her mark in the TV archives, recurring on at least a dozen series, from Dallas to Six Feet Under. Her more adventurous roles, those that required her entire naked instrument, are typified by the stupendous butt shot of Night Games (1980). Joanna lies supine on a blow-up mattress, her puffy butt cushions looking better inflated than the rubber pillow. Cassidy's signature scene is a topless turn in Blade Runner (1982). Her exquisite rack allows her to portray a machine that has been modeled on feminine perfection.