In her prime a familiar presence on the drive-in and TV screens of America, sweet, petite (she stands 5' in stocking feet) blonde Sarah Kennedy disappeared from public view sometime in the early '80s. But she'll forever live on in Mr. Skin's heart thanks to her MAM-orable debut as Alice, an attractive young woman obsessed with an obscene phone caller, in Nelson Lyon's X-rated comedy The Telephone Book (1971), as a regular performer on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, and for her role as a working girl hawking her wares beside Jennifer Brooks and one Ms. Cassandra Peterson in 1973's streetwalker saga The Working Girls (1973). The artist soon to be known as Elvira gets top billing here, but it's Ms. Kennedy who gets Mr. Skin's vote. We'd like to stuff her ballot box!