'Twas a time when Kate Capshaw was considered a real comer--particularly by skin-seekers. Her delicious derriere first intrigued audiences in the minor hit A Little Sex (1982), while Capshaw did some bedazzling jiggling immediately thereafter in Dreamscape (1984). It was on the set of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) that captivating Kate met über-director Steven Spielberg, whom she later married. Lucky guy! Spielberg was no doubt similarly captivated by his leading lady's generous swath of cleavage (which he so lovingly focused on in the production). That cleavage made a fleeting appearance in the 1987 western The Quick and the Dead, but it was long enough for us to shoot our six-inch guns in Kate's direction. We would have emptied the whole cartridge had we known that Capshaw Kate was hanging up her own guns. Since becoming Mrs. Spielberg in 1991, Kate's skindeavors have been noticeably few and far between, the exception being a derriere dolly-in and a frame full of floppies in the romance The Love Letter (1999), though it must be noted that she gets memorably lesbianic with super-duper model Elle Macpherson in the mini-series A Girl Thing (2001). Sadly, the cameras that would no longer capture Kate in the buff would no longer capture Kate. We know, it's really sad. 2002's Due East is her most recent onscreen credit. We understand: you don't want for work when you're married to a billionaire. At least Steven is still getting regular doses of Kate's capsules. That means somebody is.