Sally Field: The big issue in Gidget was my bellybutton. I could never show it. All the other girls bounced around in skimpy bikinis. Gidget's bathing suit always had to cover her bellybutton. Gidget was only half a person-- all fantasy and no kissing. It was a reflection of the destructive morality of the 50s and 60s, which is when I was brought up. Everybody thought that men were out to get you-- especially if you showed your bellybutton. And men, in turn, thought they had to get you. When young people get married thinking like that --and so many did-- it has to mean trouble.