Teri up your expectations of sexy. Teri Garr tripped the light fantastic as a go-go dancer in about nine Elvis Presley flicks but didn't get her first speaking role until the movie Head (1968). No, it's not what you think--Head is the mind-blowing psychedelic meltdown starring the prefab four--you know, The Monkees. Her killer gams kicked their way into American living rooms in the '70s thanks to regular appearances on The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour and guest spots on McCloud. Teri's talent is unmistakable, from The Conversation (1974), Oh, God! (1977), and Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) to her Oscar-nominated performance in Tootsie (1982). But for a more revealing taste of Teri there's One from the Heart (1982), which finally exposed something near and dear to our heart--her pint-sized, big-nipped hooters. To glimpse Teri's puffy ci-Garrs was worth the wait.