Sabrina Koch comes from a time when the girls wore their hair big and their boobs even bigger, which made men the biggest. That time was the 1960s, an era where sex was released from its cage and laid waste over society and its puritan moral code. It was also when an oddly titled TV show from Germany launched, called The Crime Museum, of note as Sabrina’s first screen credit. But she was made for bigger things, like her big screen debut, and sadly swan song, The Alley Cats (1966). The Radley Metzger-helmed drama follows the carnal adventures of a married couple who are both having affairs. Sabrina is having it off, clothes that is, and shows off her heavy hangers and then her gushy tushie, seducing a lady friend in bed. Good times.