Some combinations are always winners. Flaming red hair, glaring green eyes, a freckled chest, and skin the color of strawberry-rinsed cream, such is the classic mix that has served Susan Clark well. The Canadian import has been putting the pizzazz in color TV since 1967 and also lit up the big screen in such high-toned pictures as Coogan's Bluff (1968) and The Skin Game (1971). Skin had more to do with racial politics than epidermal delights, but Susan peeled the covers off her strawberry-cream funsacks in at least three instances. Although some skinthusiasts prefer the quick glimpses of copper-top tit pop in Deadly Companion (1980), old-school voyeurs swear by the classic lady-on-top sex bop with tittie flop in Night Moves (1975).