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"Love By Appointment" Revisited

Thanks to Sleuth, the Unknown from Love By Appointment has been identified as Cathy Rosier, a French actress of the late 70s and early 80s. Corrected images are below.

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  • Cathy Rosier (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

    "C.C. & Company" (1970)

    C.C. & Company (1970) features Joe Namath opposite Ann-Margret in his first staring role. Namath joined a motorcycle gang called The Heads, but gets a lot of static from the gang leader, who resents Namath's popularity and abilities, of which acting is not one. Namath meets Margret who is his acting equal, and enters a motocross race to impress her. He wins the race and her, but has some trouble getting out of the gang.

    Maltin says 1 1/2 stars, which is VERY generous. I guess he reserves the BOMB for films that are actually entertaining. IMDB readers say 4.0/10. Not only was this not a good film, but it is an abysmal DVD. It is devoid of features, and was mastered from a second generation video tape. It is fuzzy, oversaturated and lacks contrast, but is too dark in several scenes. The good news? Dark shots of Ann-Margret's right nipple and most of her breast, and clear breasts from Jennifer Billingsley, probably best known for her two years on General Hospital.

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  • Ann-Margret (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
  • Jennifer Billingsley (1, 2, 3, 4)
  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)
    Sleuth and others pointed out that TomCat's images of Barbara Bouchet are, indeed, Barbara Bouchet! Here are the corrected images and filenames. (Note: if you don't care about the labeling and filenames, the actual images are the same as yesterday)
    • Bouchet (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)


    And another reader identified this image from Le Mouton Enrage as Christine Boisson (yes, definitely right. I should have recognized her). Same drill as with the pics above - same picture, but new labels, new filename

    Hey, guys, in case you missed it yesterday, here's one of Brainscan's pictures of Page 3 babe, Karen White. Does it look like anyone else to you? How long before it appears on the sleazebag sites that advertise - well, you know the drill.

    The last part of the Encyclopedia, Volume D, is ready

    Graphic Response
  • Carré Otis and Assumpta Serna in vidcaps from the Mickey Rourke masterpiece, "Wild Orchid".
  • Ursula Andress doing full frontal nudity in scenes from 1976's "The Sensuous Nurse".
  • RDO
    As promised, here they are...Vidcaps from "Body Double" (1984)

    CNDB lists Brinke Stevens and Deborah Shelton has having brief nudity, but I couldn't see it. Anyone know where it is?

  • Barbara Crampton (1, 2)
  • Melanie Griffith (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14)
  • Ty Randolph (1, 2)
  • Patty Lotz
  • Barbara Peckinpaugh
  • PhD
    Anne Brochet
    (1, 2)

    The French actress in topless scenes from 1996's "Driftwood".

    Isabelle Carré Very clear breast exposure from the French movie "Le Cocu magnifique".

    Ann Ceurvels Topless in the Belgian series, "Diamant".

    Marie-Anne Chazel
    (1, 2)

    Topless in 1981's "Les Babas Cool".

    Liselotte Christian
    (1, 2, 3)

    Topless in scenes from "Un homme à ma taille" (1983).

    Toni Collette The Aussie actress giving a full frontal performance in 1995's "Lilian's Story"

    Lise Danvers
    (1, 2)

    Topless in 1974's "Contes immoraux"

    My mini-comeback...

    I can't begin to tell you how bad this movie is. "Don't Let me Die on a Sunday"

    Do your remember Jean-Marc Barr? He's the guy from Luc Besson's "The Big Blue" who ... how shall I put this delicately? Let's just say that, unlike Luca Brazzi, when he sleeps with the fishes, he doesn't go right to sleep, if you catch my drift.

    In this particular movie he doesn't have any fish to fuck, but he's in luck - he has a job in a morgue, and corpses are about the same temperature as fish, so ......

    Everything goes pretty well for him until he gives a hot beef injection to Elodie Boiuchez's corpse. She likes it so much that she comes back to life, but when she does he's committing a crime with a witness! Luckily for him, she decides not to press charges. Her dad not only decides not to press charges, but he says, "if I knew he had that power, I would have paid him to do it".

    Dad seems to have mixed feelings, however, because that night he follows Barr and beats the hell out of him in a dark alley, but after beating him to a pulp, he thanks him for bringing his daughter back to life, and repeats that he would have paid him to do it if he knew the results.

    Where can the rest of the movie go from there? When you start out with necrophilia and the dead returning to life in the first five minutes, it's not easy to "build" to a climax. Mostly they talk a lot, and make lots of ironic references. Bouchez has a hard time applying for a driver's license, because she's officially dead, and when she returns to the morgue to seek Barr, a Lazarus seeking to meet her Saviour, the other morgue attendants explain their startled expressions by pointing out to her that they don't get that many repeat customers.

    Here are some actual lines of dialogue:

    "Life is like smoking - a dirty habit, but you can't get rid of it, even though it tastes foul"

    "You're very horny for a dead girl"

    "Death isn't romantic. It's got nothing on life"

    I wish I could tell you it was a comedy, but in fact it's about as funny as one of those Bergman movies where one of the family members is dying. It is not only serious, but completely somber and philosophical. The director apparently thinks that his dialogue is heaven-inspired wisdom that he needs to impart to us.

    I was just thinking - how hard is it to get one of those morgue jobs? It must be the very bottom rung of the job ladder. I mean if even if you work for McBurger, you could fuck up and do great harm. If you're a complete fuck-up, you could turn off the cooler, and people could get sick, even die from tainted meat. But what can happen if you fuck up in the morgue? You can drop the bodies, store 'em wrong, forget about 'em, mislabel 'em, lose 'em. Doesn't matter. They're dead. Anybody can do this job, even McBurger rejects.

    Well, except in a French morgue, I guess, where they fuck 'em back to life.

    Not that there's anything wrong with that.

  • Élodie Bouchez (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)
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    Valentina Cervi Topless, rear, and frontal nudity, from the French movie "Rien sur Robert", by Scanman

    Cat Deeley
    (1, 2)

    Two bits of exposure from the British TV presenter. #1 is a very clear nip slip, and #2 is an interesting up-skirt.

    Elena DeBurdo
    (1, 2)

    Dark, but the robo-hooters are not too bad. Vidcaps by DeVo from the Michael Dudikoff/Andrew Stevens grade-z submarine movie "Crash Dive". Tuna and I have both thoroughly covered the 'sequel' "Counter Measures" a.k.a "Crash Dive 2", but I've missed this one. Although, I imagine what we have here is probably the best part of the movie.

    Bonnie Bedelia Clear, single breast exposure from the 1987 movie "The Stranger".

    Tamara Mello Frontal bottomless nudity in scenes from "Scorpion Spring" (1997). Vidcaps by SpiderWeb

    Arielle Dombasle Breast exposure in scenes from the French movie "Les Deux papas et la maman".

    The Sleuth
    Bods & Ends from Celebrity Sleuth

    First off, thank you all for answering my Yamilla plea: I think she's one of the sexiest supermodels {actually has a female figure and an exotic face--without surgery}, and I had never found much topless on her, until those thumbnails--which I was hung up on {hangnails?}. So yes, those were precisely the images I was asking about...and you got them TWICE! Many thanks to Brainscan and whomever got the first set of three.

    So now, to please Brain, I guess I've got to keep giving back...and front: The "B" actress that TomCat couldn't identify from "Down the Ancient Staircase" in the 3/3 FH is indeed Barbara Bouchet...she's just in her Blakely {another "B"} Capone coiffure. Though I seem to recall that Susie's southern locks got more attention as Gazzara's Goombah...

    To answer an earlier FH question, since I've been lucky enough to attend the past nine Grammy Awards with Mrs. Sleuth: The Record of the Year differs from the Album of the Year in that it's for a single song {the best individual "number" of the year...not counting Katie Holmes}. The Album of the Year is also usually for just one song {with all due respect to Carlos Santana, can anyone name anything from his eight-Grammy winning album last year other than "Smooth"?}, but it's supposed to be for an entire album. And can anyone name a single cut from Steely Dan's Album of the Year Two Against Nature this year? And to complicate matters, Song of the Year is "a songwriter's award"--it goes to the composer of the "best song" in any given year. In 2001, for example, the members of U2 wrote and performed the Song of the Year {"Beautiful Day"}, so there was no difference. Which is why I was rooting for the overrated but nominated "Say My Name" to win...that and the fact that two of the credited songwriters, LaToya Luckett and LaTavia Robinson, were fired from the group--even though they also sing on the single {their replacements mouthed it for the video}. Destiny's Child is now known in the business as "Survivor" {not to be confused with "The Eye of the Tiger" boys}, since everyone tunes in to find out who'll be the last one left {Farrah Franklin was also fired}. I'm betting on blonde Beyonce Knowles...since her father is the group's manager and producer, and her mom designs the costumes. Actually, she'll probably be out on her own as a solo act before long...{Beyonce, by the way, rhymes with fiancée}.


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