What is it about Julie Warner that makes you want to take a second look? Maybe it's her earthy, wholesome beauty, that certain quality of freshness that evokes images of the girl next door. Julie's small-town sensuality makes her perfect for her featured role as the country cutie of Michael J. Fox's dreams in Doc Hollywood (1991). Julie gets juices flowing in the first few frames of the flick, emerging from a morning swim wearing only a teeny bikini bottom and a smile. "You can blink now," she says to the flabbergasted Fox who can't take his eyes off her perky, pink-nipped pair. Doc Hollywood's advice? Take two of THOSE and don't call him in the morning! Julie's natural innocence is a cunning contrast against a comedic backdrop. She's a fresh-faced foil in Andrew Dice Clay's The Diceman Cometh (1989) (you bet he did!), a jewel among jokesters Chris Farley and David Spade in Tommy Boy (1994) (boy oh boy is she sweet), and a skinsational weekending treat with Billy Crystal in Mr. Saturday Night (1992). Daydreamy diddlers will be dazzled by Julie's homegrown gorgeousity in Wedding Bell Blues (1996) and The Puppet Master (1994). Warning: Repeated viewing of Ms. Warner's warm, magnetic presence can be addictive.