Crimson-tressed and cuddly, Judith M. Brown made her bones--and inspired a good number of them amongst skinophiles--as an actress in a string of '70s exploitation flicks. Most notably, she ignited a pair of the era's quintessential Roger Corman-produced babes-behind-bars classics. First up, Judy did a spin as a not-to-be-trusted junkie in Women in Cages (1971), which also starred such genre mainstays as Pam Grier and Roberta Collins. Immediately thereafter, she could be seen (along with her fellow incarcerated friskies Pam and Roberta) as the new girl on the block in The Big Doll House (1971). Both films featured a moderate serving of juicy Judy's jigglers as she got unwillingly prodded, probed, groped and gangbanged as only they could in a women in prison quickie. The next ten years found Judy popping up in a handful of similarly exploitative fare, sans skin. And by the early '80s, Judy was apparently paroled from acting, as she hasn't appeared in a film since.