Born Stefania Zofia Federkiewicz, Stefanie Powers wisely chose to change her name to something easy to fit your mouth around, just like she is. While best known for her leading role on the hit '80s series Hart to Hart, her career started with a bit part in Tammy Tell Me True (1961). Although she spent the next few years in various cinematic outings, she pretty much eschewed that particular milieu in favor of countless television gigs and guest appearances. Some of her more interesting endeavors included the failed series The Girl from U.N.C.L.E., the failed series Doctors, and the incredibly brief and ultimately failed series The Feather and Father Gang. Hmm, notice a trend here? Logically, due to the bulk of her work appearing on network television, Stefanie never really got the chance to show off that bodacious bod quite like some of us hoped. She did manage to free her flappers ever so briefly in Crescendo (1970) as well as in Little Moon and Jud McGraw (1976). She got nude in The Invisible Strangler (1976), but we only saw her from the back—with a bit of a butt flash. It's a tease, but hopefully the Powers that be will get frisky in her old age and expose some of that mature mammaliciousness.