The Big Casino has taken another one from us. This time it’s the German funbags of Margot Mahler, who succumbed to the deadly illness on September 27, 1997. But Mr. Skin didn’t come to bury Margot, rather to celebrate her life, particularly the string of sex comedies she made in the seventies. Born in Straubing, Margot had us throbbing when she made her film debut in Wenn Ludwig ins Manover zieht (1967). But while her first couple flicks were pretty tame, Margot soon got sexy in a bunch of dirty comedies, starting with Engelchen mach weiter - Hoppe, hoppe Reiter (1969), a.k.a. Up the Establishment! The brunette stunner showed off her big breasts in a scene that quickly established her as someone who gets it up whenever she's on screen. From there, Margot had found her niche and was soon starring in stuff like Let it All Hang Out (1969), Sex in the Office (1971), The Resort Girls (1971), and Der Ostfriesen-Report (1974) also known as Swedish Playgirls. It's the story of a Munich based strip club that needs to recruit new talent for the pole, so they venture to some far off villages. You can spill your seed to the Swedes, but it's Germany's Margot that's the hottest one, especially when she pops her left knocker out of her sweater. After sticking to sexy but not especially mentally stimulating stuff like Sexy Wives (1978) and Zwei Daninnen in Lederhosen (1979), Margot started doing voice work in kid stuff like Meister Eder und sein Pumucki (1982), and showing up in TV shows like Tatort. In the 90's Margot had a long running role as Anna Polz in the small town doctor drama Der Bergdoktor, which would be her final role. Unfortunately, Margot and her giant cans lost their battle with cancer. But when Miss Mahler was in her prime, one look at those monster mams and we were dying to maul her.