Back in 1971, All in the Family debuted on the boob tube, Nixon sat in the white house, and Jim Morrison was found dead in a Parisian bathtub. But more importantly for Skin fans, Cybill Shepherd and Pam Grier made their nude debut, Cry Uncle! tried to take hardcore oral into the mainstream, and the antisocial anatomy of Straw Dogs and A Clockwork Orange shocked and titillated audiences in equal measure.
Join us after the jump for a hooter history lesson as we rub down some of Mr. Skin's favorite nude scenes of 1971!
After working on Mamie Van Doren's campy Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women and directing the Boris Karloff cult classic Targets, filmmaker Peter Bogdonavich announced himself as a world-class talent to be reckoned with upon the release of The Last Picture Show.
The luminous leading lady of this Texas-set, black-and-white period piece also took the world by storm – nude. Her name was Cybill Shepherd.
The Last Picture Show opened in theaters on this date in 1971. Click the pic to see Cybill Shepherd nude.
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Inspired by the classic Judas Priest song "Turbo Lover" and the fact that today marks the second anniversary of the founding of the Republic of Serbia, I thought I'd use today's blog to compile a list of the three Serbians who have made the greatest contributions to cinematic nudity. Forget ultra-nationalist dictator Slobodan Milosevic, Nobel Prize-nominated postmodern novelist Milorad Pavic, and Byzantine Emperor Constantine XI, these are the three people I think of when I hear the strains of "Boze pravde."
A half-serb born in Ukraine, Milla Jovovich became a skin-stant star at the age of 16 in Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991) when she went topless to (in a sense) reprise the role made famous by 15 year old Brooke Shields in The Blue Lagoon (1980). Since coming of age, Milla's mams, muff and mudflaps have been on display in movies like Resident Evil (2002) No Good Deed (2002) and .45 (2006), where she makes out with the very nubile Aisha Tyler and gets her box munched in the shower by Sarah Strange. Nothing strange about that!
An Italian babe of Serbian descent, Rada Rassimov's rack revelations in the X-rated skinternational sex comedy Grandeur Nature (1974) must have made both her home country and her adopted one proud. After all, between Serbia's Carpathian Mountains and Italy's Alps, both nationalities know how to appreciate a nice set of peaks.
Serbian on one side and Austrian Jewish on the other, Peter Bogdanovich is a legendary figure in Hollywood, mainly because of the amazing ups and downs he has experienced. Bogdonavich was conceived as his parents were fleeing the Nazis, wrote many well-received pieces of film criticism before he began making movies, worked with Roger Corman, was a protegee of Orson Welles, was hailed as a genius for the Mr. Skin Hall of Fame classic The Last Picture Show (1971) then panned as a hack for At Long Last Love (1975), slept with Cybill Shepherd and doomed playmate Dorothy Stratten, then, eight years after her death, married Dorothy's 20 year old sister Louise when he was 49. If you can think of it, Peter's Bog-done-ovich'd it!
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