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I don't think this will get much support for "Scene of the Year" because it's from a webisode, but I think it's a good nude scene because it is so entertaining.

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Lisa Ebersole


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Amy Landecker and Alia Shawkat



Charmed is a TV show based on the adventures of three sisters, The Charmed Ones. There were four main women from a sex appeal point of view, Shannen Doherty, Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano and Rose McGowan. Kaley Cuoco spiced things up in the eighth and final season. There was no nudity but plenty that was very easy on the eye. These caps conclude the sixth season and were made in 2004.

Episode 21 Witch Wars

Elaine Hendrix

Alyssa Milano

Rose McGowan

Grace Glowicki and Erin Margurite Carter in Suck It Up (2017) in 720p



Laia Marull in Brava (2017) in 1080hd

Emmanuelle Beart in La Belle Noiseuse (1991) in 1080hd (part four)
Oops! I thought that I had three clips from this film. Turns out it was four.

Susan Blakely in Capone (1975) in 1080hd

Capone (1975) is a Roger Corman exploitation biopic centering on Al Capone's rise to power in Chicago and his prohibition years. Although the exploitation advertising touted it as "Finally, the truth about Capone," it is not particularly factual. It does have the St. Valentine's Day Massacre on the correct date, and has him dying of syphilis.

As in many Corman films, there is a lot of real talent, including Ben Gazzara in the title role, Harry Guardino, John Cassavetes, Frank Campanella, Susan Blakely, and Sylvester Stallone in an early performance as Frank Nitti. The film mainly consists of arguments over how to run the organization, gun flights, car bombings, and corrupt officials, interrupted by the occasional tender or humorous moment between Capone and Blakely's character, Iris.

I found it a quick watch, and thought some of the cinematography was outstanding, but none of that is important. What is important here is the nudity. Susan Blakely does an open crotch shot in clear light. This is believed to be the first such shot in an American mainstream film, and perhaps the only one until Sharon Stone's famous interrogation scene in Basic Instinct. Unlike Stone, Blakely never claimed she didn't know what would be shown.

Barbara Leigh and Phyllis Davis in Terminal Island (1973) in 1080hd
This is the first time I have seen this film in high def.