Friday, August 31, 2012

Debra Paget, a Parade of Beauty

Diana Dors, blonde bombshell

   I was hooked the moment I saw I MARRIED A WOMAN!

Meet Traci Hines!

   One of the most beautiful women of the modern world (inside and outside) is singer and Disney enthusiast Traci Hines. Among her many blessings, she has the uncanny ability to look like the flesh and blood version of any Disney princess she chooses, despite the fact that no two princesses look alike! I found these shots on Traci's Facebook page, and I thought they were too good not to share them!

When Beauties Ruled The Earth


Thursday, August 30, 2012

Anne Francis poolside!

Beautiful Blonde Bunny

    Bunny Yeager was one of the top pinup photographers of the 1950's and early 60's. Her shots of Betty Page are largely sighted as key to the brunette's success (although, at the risk of being less than a gentleman, I think it had more to do with the fact that Betty was never afraid to take her clothes off in front of strangers). Yeager was also a photographer pretty enough to be a pinup in her own right. Here's a shot of Miss Yeager in front of the camera to prove it.


   1960's German actress Vivi Bach

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Eighteen In The Sun (1962) poster

Gentlemen Prefer Nature Girls (1962) poster

EVERYBODY LOVES IT (1964) poster

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Hannie Caulder

Creatures the World Forgot?

   One of the most aggravatingly misleading ad campaigns of all time!

OPERATION BIKINI (1963) posters


    SCREAM OF THE BUTTERFLY (1965) wasn't a sex film. I was a crime drama made for adult audiences. The script was terrible and way too flowery,  The acting too, was more miss than hit. Aside from that, however, the film is surprisingly slick. The flick remains an interesting one. Not a GOOD film, but an interesting one.

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