Stella Stevens

Stella is a native of Hot Coffee, Mississippi, where she was married at 15, a mother at 16 and divorced at 17. She became interested in acting while attending Memphis State University and debuted in 'Say One for Me" in 1959. She got noticed later that year in "Li'l Abner" and followed that with an appearance in Playboy as a Playmate of the Month. She went on to appear in a string of movies with some of the best known stars of the day, such as Bobby Darin in "Too Late Blues", Elvis in "Girls! Girls! Girls!", Glenn Ford in "The Courtship of Eddie's Father", Jerry Lewis in "The Nutty Professor" and Dean Martin in "The Silencers". After some television parts in the 60s, she went on to give us a couple of memorable nude celluloid appearances in the 70s. They were "The Ballad of Cable Hogue" and "Slaughter". In the 80's she again had a nude scene in "Monster in the Closet". She's been in lots of movies since, but none that great and none having any meaningful nudity.

 

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Slaughter These are vintage scenes of Stella, a Playboy magazine regular in the 70s. Probably Stella's best nude scenes. Very nice!!!

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February 20, 2003

 

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The Ballad of Cable Hogue Probably the best on-screen nudity by Stella Stevens is in this movie. It's a Peckinpah classic from 1970. She was a Playboy Playmate in either 1959 or 1960 and it was one of their most popular issues.

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September 16, 2001