Before there were Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez in Gigli (2003), there were offscreen lovers Al Pacino and Marthe Keller in Bobby Deerfield (1977). This notorious bomb was panned as one of the most inept love stories ever told--and audiences even stayed away from the sight of Marthe's shapely muffins. Sadly, Deerfield marked the end of Marthe's busy American career. Already an international star, this Swiss Miss made her American debut wearing out Dustin Hoffman in Marathon Man (1976), in which her casual nudity captured the essence of the liberated European woman--except that she shaved her armpits. She's an equally stunning femme fatale in Black Sunday (1977), playing a terrorist who escapes after her shower scene dazzles Israeli agents. Then came Deerfield, which meant her incredibly glamorous nude scene in Fedora (1978) barely got into theaters. The Formula (1980) was another bomb, and Marthe concentrated on her respected screen career in Europe. Americans barely got to see her luscious nakedness in Femmes de personne (1984).