One of the most controversial films of the 1970s, Snuff (1976) was sold to an unsuspecting public as an actual snuff film, meaning a film that showed actual death rather than Hollywood trickery. It turned out, of course, that the whole thing was a ruse, and anyone savvy enough in those days to pay attention would have seen all of the fakery and manipulation for what it was. The film purports to be about a dangerous cult leader who rallies a gang of bikers to his cause, which includes traveling the country and looking for people to kill. Thankfully the one thing in the flick that's not fake is all of the nudity! The film's star Margarita Amuchastegui bares her tan-lined ta-tas several times throughout the film, and a number of other uncredited women show off full nudity! Since the film was released without credits initially to make it seem like a real film, it's hard to identify exactly who played whom, leaving us with a lot of questions about credit. Nevertheless, whomever those terrific bodies belong to, we never tire of seeing them exposed for our enjoyment!