How could a woman named Joy Bang not be destined to bring a kicker of happiness to all skin folk who revel in her presence? The mop-top blonde with the sweet tomboy face started out as background candy in 1960s drive-in fodder but blew into the '70s with a shot at something bolder. Supporting Rock Hudson in Pretty Maids All in a Row (1971), Bang's banging boobs and bottom pop up inside the front seat of a car while she gets giggly with the screen idol. She also cavorts with rocker Kris Kristofferson as Lynn in Cisco Pike (1972); gets abducted by bikers as Julie while dating Woody Allen in Play It Again, Sam (1972); and suffers through a relationship with John Lithgow as Sandra in Dealing: Or the Berkeley-to-Boston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues(1972). Joy also shares her full body, her name, and the emotion her name invokes as the character Joy Broom in Norman Mailer’s Maidstone (1970). With tan lines that leave no doubt as to what kind of bikini Ms. Bang prefers, the small-waisted, bubbly blonde lets her pokies pop out on top of pert and perky small breasts, while her full bush and ripe rear do their own thing to bring happiness to the viewer. Taking a turn as a lead instead of a free-spirited sidekick, she was the naïve biology student Joanna in Night of the Cobra Woman (1972), then Toni in Messiah of Evil (1973). Joy made a total of ten movies from 1970 to 1973, and starred in a handful of popular TV series like Mission: Impossible, Hawaii Five-O, Medical Center, Adam-12, and Police Story before trading in her acting career for a nursing degree. There are too many fun and fantastic references to bang Mr. Skin can use here, but he likes to leave some of the fun for you—insert your own personal favorite here.