Unfortunate Victorian ladies discover their con-man hubby is (literally) to die for in The Brides in the Bath (2003). The real life case of George Smith is dramatized in this made-for-TV movie about three women’s unfortunate (but supple) ends. In the early 1900’s, George Smith (Martin Kemp) assumed a number of identities in order to marry multiple wives. Sadly, his desire was not to bed down scores of skirts, but to take them for all they were worth. When the bodies start piling up, police act on their suspicions that a serial killer is on the loose. Carolyn Backhouse, Emma Ferguson, and Charlotte Randle all play the titular Brides, each showing off her doomed danglers before meeting her fate. Only Emma flaunts full frontal, bringing out her pert peepers and pelt before getting slippery in the bath. Those luscious lifesavers will get your snorkel bobbing!