When an actress makes her professional debut in a movie entitled Les Fruits sauvages (1954)–for those who may have forgotten their high-school French, that means Wild Fruit–you know she has a juicy career and is likely to have shown her pits. She went on to make a name for herself in the cultish world of sci-fi horror with the classic Miss Muerte (1966), a.k.a. Miss Death, but it was in the war drama Le Franc-tireur (1972) that she made waves in men’s pants with her introduction to the skin world. She played la femme, but it was the last time she showed her girls onscreen. Her last onscreen appearance was on the TV series Mon meilleur Noel, in an episode called “L’oiseau bleu.” But after that she literally became Miss Death.