It may not be a classic, but this one starts off with Jane Fonda (young Jane Fonda, not Grace And Frankie Jane Fonda) performing an anti-grav striptease. Beyond that little factoid, it’s based on the French comic of the same name, is directed by Roger Vadim (the actress’ then husband) and produced by Dino De Laurentiis. The plot has something to do with 41st Century astronaut Barbarella sent from Earth to retrieve the kidnapped Doctor Durand Durand (Milo O’Shea) and his deadly Positronic Ray, which could be used against Earth by the Tau Ceti region. Along the way she must battle deadly dolls with razor-sharp teeth, encounters a depressed Angel named Pygar (John Phillip Law), who she cheers up and returns the will to fly to by having sex with him, and she must suffer through the power of the orgasmatron! Did we mention it starts with an anti-grav striptease?