Lucy Grantham, when she was pro, was batting 500 in skin. That's some impressive number, to be sure, but then loose Lucy only appeared in two films. One, The Legend of Boggy Creek (1973), a faux-documentary about a swamp creature terrorizing a small town in Arkansas, doesn't even garnish her a credit. It's no matter, the film is rated G and as skinless as a dieter's chicken breast. Fortunately, that wasn't the case with Lucy's second and last but moist major role in Last House on the Left (1972), director Wes Craven's debut feature. She plays one of the soon-to-be-doomed babes in the flick. But before that happens, Lucy strips topless and makes-out naked with her equally cuddly costar. Her time in the business of show may have been brief, but Mr. Skin says, "I love Lucy!"