Light and lovely Lane Carroll showed up in only three films, and this was back between 1970 and 1973, but each one is of trivial note in their own regard. Lane’s first flick was the hilariously bad cult favorite known as Hercules in New York (1970) (yes, the one that starred “Arnold Strong” a.k.a. Arnold Schwarzenegger). She followed that up with a small role in George Romero’s The Affair (1971), a.k.a. There’s Always Vanilla, a movie that Romero, to this day, wants no part of. Carroll’s third (and final) film was also a George Romero movie, this one called The Crazies (1973). What makes this one noteworthy? Well, it’s actually a pretty cool horror flick, but more importantly Lanie drops her top and gives us a long-overdue look at the lung pillows! And even a peek at the seat meat! Alas, that was Lane’s skinematic swan song, but hey, at least she left on a positively perky note!