Oh, Toni/ You're so fine / You're so fine / You blow my mind / Hey Toni! / Hey Toni! She may have become a one-hit wonder with "Mickey" in the '80s--which made it cool for chicks to shake their pom-poms as cheerleaders--but Toni Basil actually had quite the cinematic career before her pop stardom. She had been active as an actress, dancer, singer, songwriter, and choreographer since the mid '60s, first appearing in Pajama Party (1964). Toni in her PJs? That's a party! She went on to go-go dance on film until her big break as the New Orleans prostitute whom groovy Peter Fonda picks up in the groovier cult classic Easy Rider (1969). In a romp in the famous St. Louis Cemetery, Toni shows off some nice hootage, as well as some brief lower-frontal nudity (It may be but a flash, but you can't miss that enormous, untrimmed bush). Her only other skin scenes appeared in another cult classic, Greaser's Palace (1972), in which she appeared as the oft-topless Indian Girl. Hope this Indian is a giver with more swinging shots of her swinging udders to come.