One thing we like at ‘The Remains’ is a good pair of Juggs. And no one delivered more in that field than Chesty Morgan. A tiny (around 4 foot 8inches) but surprisingly attractive woman, for many she represents the epitome of the big-tit pinup queen.
Chesty didn’t have it easy in life. Born around 1928 in Poland, as Lillian Wilczkowsky (now Lillian Stello), losing both her parents when she was a child in the Nazi invasion in 1939. Morgan married an American and moved to the United States in the 1960s; her husband was later killed in a robbery.The police told her that armed robbers herded her husband and two employees into a refrigerator and shot and stabbed them to death. Tabloids call the crime “the icebox murders.”She began her career as an exotic dancer in the early 1970s.
Her billing title boasted that she had “The World’s Largest Naturally Occurring Bosom”. At one point, she had a poster entitled “The Spirit of 76 (Inches)” She was immensely popular on the striptease circuit in the 60’s, known for her 73-inch bust size. However, at some point, she came to the attention of the incredibly filmmaker, Doris Wishman. And in 1973, Doris cast Chesty in the role of Krystal in the film Deadly Weapons. This was followed in 1974 with Double Agent 73.
Deadly Weapons (1973) and Double Agent 73 (1974) — are among Wishman’s best-known and most outrageous work. The two films have become cult movies, due to their highly unconventional plots, which were written by Wishman’s niece, Judy J. Kushner. In Double Agent 73, for example, Morgan plays a secret agent who has both a camera and a bomb installed in her breasts. Such a thing might not seem wholly out of place in a comedy, but these films are played straight — the tone is more serious than a James Bond movie.
Wishman’s films are filled with contradictions, particularly about sex. Rather than erotic, many of her movies could actually be described as anti-sexual. In 1976 Federico Fellini is in New York to promote his latest movie, Amarcord, and catches a glimpse of Chesty. He invites her to be in his upcoming film, Fellini’s Casanova.
She dyes her hair black and flies to Rome. Casanova, played by Donald Sutherland, chases Barbarina, played by Chesty, around and around a table. Fellini cuts her part from the film, but her scene remains in a documentary that still circulates on the Internet.
Ms Morgan’s film career began again in the 1990’s. In 1994, filmmaker John Waters used footage of Chesty from the film Double Agent 73 in his 1994 film Serial Mom. Additionally, Waters wrote a role for her in his (never made) sequel to Pink Flamingos (Flamingos Forever).
You can watch here a compilation of clips of Miss Chesty in all her Glory. Loves to Chesty.