In Meatballs (1979), the grandfather of all summer-camp movies, Bill Murray plays Tripper Harrison, head counselor at ramshackle Camp North Star. The emotional high point of the film comes during Tripper's pep talk before the Olympiad competition with rival Camp Mohawk with its famous refrain of "It just doesn't matter!" What matters to Mr. Skin is nudity, and despite the suggestive title, this one has a distinct lack of seat meat, rack of mam, or furburger. Nonetheless, Cindy Girling definitely gets our heads whirling when she goes canoeing with her boyfriend in a skimpy pink bikini.