Vicky Dee came out of the gate with a movie that could be the epithet on her tombstone: My Tale Is Hot (1964). In it she was an uncredited Cutey-Beauty of Hell and the Harem, which is such a poetic description of this busty brunette there’s really nothing more we can add. But we will. She continued to work in early sexploitation films that mined the archetypical male fantasies, such as Tales of a Salesman (1965), Mondo Keyhole (1966) and Common Law Cabin (1967), a Russ Meyer-helmed tit-tastic production, also known as How Much Loving Does a Normal Couple Need? While it is surprisingly not skinful, that sin of omission was resolved with The Girl with Hungry Eyes (1967). You’re eyes will feast of the big, gravity-defying hoots and round, soft tush of this girl of your wet dreams.