If you’re a busty babe living in 1964 who kick-started her career by appearing in Herschell Gordon Lewis’s 2,000 Maniacs (1964), your job prospects lie in two distinct directions: mediocrity or obscurity. Lusty Linda Cochran’s career did both. After her debut in Lewis’s now-immortal gore-fest, Linda got a gig working for another schlock-meister, David F. Friedman, in the movie The Defilers (1965). Boasting the licentious loveliness of Linda’s lovely lung pillows, this tale of kidnapping and degenerate assault was a big hit with the grindhouse crowds. With this pair of movies under her belt, Linda went on to appear in The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill (1966) and Brand of Shame (1968), two movies that, not at all surprisingly, featured heaps of heavenly hootage and hinder. And with her skinema legacy forever frozen on celluloid, Linda hit the road and never looked back.