Though Victoria Racimo has shown skin in several of her films, she's spent most of her career playing fully-clothed Native American women with character names like Running Moon, Anne Greyfeather, Napewaste, and Appomosiscut. Perhaps it's the "wise woman" stereotype that kept her luscious hide covered up in furs and feathers all that time? Fortunately, in her turn as the Asian Mai Lee Foon in G.I. Executioner (1973) (billed as "The wildest nude shootout in film history!"), she spent most of her time onscreen completely naked. Victoria's exotic good looks have landed her several other choice roles, including the camp nurse in Ernest Goes to Camp (1987), Rachel in Choke Canyon (1986) (spoiler: nothing goes in her throat), and her most recent screen credit as Katrin in the Native American belief-heavy White Fang II: Myth of the White Wolf (1994).