Sheila Sullivan got her big break in 1970 with an appearance on the off-beat adventure series The Name of the Game. Fortunately, she turned her eyes toward the warm glow of the Skinema shortly thereafter and landed a plum part as Robert Culp’s wife in 1972’s Hickey & Boggs. Oddly enough, Sheila’s next two roles would also appear in close proximity to the former I Spy star, including another turn as his wife in the made-for-TV movie Houston, We’ve Got a Problem in 1974. It was her role as “Luanna Baxter” in the 1973 thriller A Name for Evil opposite the handsome hero that caught our attention, though. Although Sheila didn’t get to play Culp’s wife this time around (The part went to Samantha Eggar.) she more than made up for her lack of leading lady status in the film by shedding her threads in a nice, naked outdoorsy scene. There isn’t any thigh-brow to be seen but (Yee-hah!) there are perky titties and ham-hocks galore, so be sure to give it a look. Sheila put her career in Show Business on hold after her turn in the 1977 made-for-TV flick Telethon, so it’s not looking like we’ll be getting any re-teat performances any time soon. What a drag.