British-bred serious thespian Susannah York was one of the first ladies of film to put the "gland" in England. It's time to jostle the mammary. With her pouting lips, modish short hairdo, boyish hips, and teeny pencil-eraser nips, Susannah was perfectly presented as one half of a lesbian couple in The Killing of Sister George (1968). For its day, the picture's muff-munching themes and graphic titty nudity were considered quite risqué. Even contemporary audiences can expect an electric thrill as York models her lacy black lingerie, then decides the bra is simply far too confining. Susannah's oversized eyes slightly avert themselves as a lady love licks and tweaks her nipples to a state of straining urgency. All other eyes will be riveted to those two spots.