You might not remember Susan Anspach from her debut, a bit part in the made-for-TV movie Journey of the Fifth Horse (1966). She followed in some far-out dramas from the dope decade, like The Landlord (1970). But it wasn't until starring with Jack Nicholson in Five Easy Pieces (1970) that Susan made the big time. Her film career includes memorable roles in Play it Again, Sam (1972), Blume in Love (1973), and The Devil and Max Devlin (1981), but by the mid '80s she'd fallen from A-list to B-movie stardom. The drop meant a sharp rise in skin for fans to savor. She appeared in all her full-frontal glory in Montenegro (1981). It also happened to feature one of her fans' favorite scenes of all time, centered on a tank-mounted dildo. She later flashed out her fun bags in Into the Fire (1987). Talk about hot!