Jennifer Brooks, under the name Laurie Rose, was one of those flower children that bloomed in the sexually permissive Hollywood of the early ‘70s. Her first movie was the Jonathan Demme-penned The Hot Box (1972), which had her fully nude, and cooling off with some other hot boxes in the water. In The Abductors (1972), Jennifer has her breast exposure on film, stripping down for another sex scene. The action flick Policewomen (1974) had only a quick flash of Jennifer’s finery and then she was seen in The Working Girls (1974) and The Woman Hunt (1975). But for her skin swan song, Blood Voyage (1976), Jennifer turned the tables on the men that have been doing her wrong throughout her career by making her tormentor drop his gun by flashing her substantial rack. Jennifer bounced around the boob tube, appearing as a guest on Hill Street Blues, Fame, and Mama’s Family, and she played a sexy belly dancer in Waxwork II: Lost in Time (1992), but her last credited performance was as Tasha in Jumper (2002). It’s not too late, Jennifer, to jump out of that jumper and show us your humpers again.