You've got to love a gal who's first line onscreen was, "Daddy, I just saw a man carrying a naked lady." Mary Stuart Masterson was a wee thing of nine when she uttered that provocative line to her real-life poppy, writer/director/actor Peter Masterson, in The Stepford Wives (1975). Mary Stuart's mama is actress Carlin Glynn, and she's the sister of actress Alexandra Masterson and actor Peter Masterson. Talent may run in the family, but Mary Stuart, a Southern belle and blonde beauty, has the best vehicle to deliver the goods. She was nominated for acting awards in Immediate Family (1989), Benny and Joon (1993), and Lilly Dale (1996) (she won for the latter two) but is best known as Idgie Threadgoode, the free-spirited girl with latent lesbian tendencies in Fried Green Tomatoes (1991). For her booby prize performance, check out At Close Range (1986) with Sean Penn and Kiefer Sutherland. Mary Stuart pranced in bra and panties, plus there was an up-skirt glance that offered a peek at her furry bits. But the best shot caught a hard nipple sneaking out from under the covers in a bedroom scene. There's more underwear tease in My Little Girl (1986) with James Earl Jones, Geraldine Page, and Peter Gallagher, but for the skin de la skin watch Funny About Love (1990). Feast on the close-ups of her hard and naked hot buns and savor the very nice side view of her left breast (sadly, no nipple is on the menu) during a bedroom scene. The most revealing look to date at Mary Stuart, in the near altogether, was a long shot of her running into a room wearing only a pair of panties. It's way too distant and way too quick, though. Don't be a wilting flower, girl--get those bloomers off!