Lady Jayne Seymour Fonda, more famously known as Jane Fonda, won her first Best Actress Academy Award for her revealing role in Klute (1971). In fact, Mr. Skin has a statuette in his pants for Ms. Fonda’s provocative performance as a model turned prostitute. When a businessman (Robert Milli) from Pennsylvania goes missing and the trail shows no solutions, his wife (Rita Gam) and colleague (Charles Cioffi) hire private investigator John Klute (Donald Sutherland) to look for him. Once the evidence leads to Bree Daniels (Fonda), the two spar psychologically as the investigator tries to determine if she has anything to do with the dude’s disappearance. Of course, we’re more interested in the disappearance of Jane’s brassieres. Just 12 minutes into the movie, the skintastic starlet’s right nipple makes a surprise guest appearance. Later, the bombshell exposes her Hanoi hooters for a client. If that’s not titillating enough, Bree dons a see-through shirt to a club that’s attended by an uncredited Sylvester Stallone. In addition to scoring at the box office and spank banks, the film received many accolades. The leading lady proved if you show skin you’ll win major awards. Indeed, Oscar recipients Jodie Foster in The Accused (1988), Holly Hunter in The Piano (1993), Jessica Lange in Blue Sky (1994), Gwyneth Paltrow in Shakespeare in Love (1998), Hilary Swank in Boys Don’t Cry (1999), Halle Berry in Monster’s Ball (2001), Charlize Theron in Monster (2003), and Kate Winslet in The Reader (2008) followed suit by emoting in their birthday suits!