After making her first major contribution to the entertainment world playing the role of Lila Standish on an episode of the storied Western series The Virginian, Susanne Benton aimed her guns at the silver screen, first appearing as Arlene in Jigsaw (1968). She kept her beautiful face in the public eye by having a knack for choosing her movies with hot directors and actors. She played Sal in Journey to Shiloh (1968) with James Caan; Dreedle’s WAC in Mike Nichols’ Catch-22 (1970) with Alan Arkin and Art Garfunkel; Nina in Robert Altman’s The Cold Day in the Park (1969) with Sandy Dennis; and the oddly named Quilla June Holmes in A Boy and His Dog (1975) with Don Johnson and Jason Robards—which also showcased the lovely Susanne in one of her most notable skinful roles. Audiences were treated to her nudity in a few scenes, the longest of which was viewed through a cobweb-covered peephole, courtesy of a very young-looking Don Johnson. The moon-faced hottie seemed to like a little tease on the big screen, and her naked form is blurry but visible through the frosted glass of a shower stall in Best Friends (1975), where she had the leading part of Kathy. The blonde cutie’s wise choices extended to TV, where she had parts in the TV movies Prescription: Murder(1968) with Peter Falk, The Strangers in 7A (1972) with Andy Griffith and Ida Lupino, Guess Who’s Been Sleeping in My Bed (1973) with Barbara Eden, and F. Scott Fitzergald in Hollywood (1975) with Tuesday Weld. And did Mr. Skin forget to mention she was also a Playboy model, and appeared on the cover in May 1970, as well as inside in several issues? Now you know!