Blinky's Runway Snaps
Erin O'Connar (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6) Six great ones of O'Connar. A bare breast in the first four, and see-throughs in the last two.
Mia and Liberty (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5) Some nudity in all. The first picture is a great photo, but I have no idea who these women are.
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Yesterday is Jo and Jodie. Whyscans reports that three of the pictures are repeats. The only new one is the last one (Jo, Jodie, Jodie, Jo and Jodie)

The Gold is Jane Warner, from 29 August 1979.

Request #1 is Jackie St Clair - here's another.

Request #2 is Maggie Longhurst - here's another.

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Bo Derek in "Woman of Desire"
Bo Derek in "Woman of Desire"
SECOND DAY: Aussie creates 'em. Wily hosts em. These three are Ele Keats in "Lipstick Camera", as seen yesterday in the fun House. Here's the link. Beaver only has a limited number of open connections, so try again if unsuccessful.

Note that wily will mail some film clips to those who can't connect, BUT don't send him any of those web-based e-mail addresses that can't take large attachments. (No hotmail.com, for example)

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Ann-Kathrin Sudhoff in an new episode of "Die rote Meile"
Ann-Kathrin Sudhoff in an new episode of "Die rote Meile"
Virginia Madsen in "Class", from UC99
Maud Winchester in "Birdy", from Dann. Birdy is a good, but nearly forgotten Alan Parker film, starring a 20 year old Nicolas Cage. Miss Winchester has a very full chest.
Athena Massey in "Poison Ivy, the New Seduction", from Maelstrom's Eye
Princess Stephanie there have been a ton of paparazzi shots of her. I can't remember seeing this one before.
Natalie Portman those paparazzi shots, as reprinted in an Aussie mag. One new one, I believe.

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"Day of the Jackal", from Tuna

This is the competent and interesting thriller which was remade a couple years back as The Jackal. In the original version, a professional killer sets up a complicated plot to assassinate Le Grand Charles. I saw DeGaulle speak live once, in one of the most frightening mob scenes I've ever seen. Without permission from Canada or the USA, Big Chuck sailed a French armada down the St Lawrence in 1967 so that he could speak at Expo '67. DeGaulle stood on the top floor of the French Pavillion and incited the crowd by chanting "Vive Quebec Libre" repeatedly, so that they began chanting it (ala Jesse Jackson). And there I was, just trying to take in the moment, stuck between angry canadian loyalists and angry Quebec separatists.

We aren't going to settle the merits of Quebec separatism on this page, but in order for you to understand the incident, I have to give a parallel. Imagine if a prominent world leader from a significant country came to the USA, wandered down to Alabama without clearance from the U.S. government, and incited an angry mob to rebuild the Confederacy. Imagine how Americans would react. That's about how Canadians felt at the time.

Delphine Seyrig (#1, #2, #3) Olga Georges Picot (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8)


"The Crossing Guard", from Tuna

I've discussed this movie several times. Sean Penn, the promising director, spoiled a chance at directing an excellent movie by hiring himself as a writer. Too bad because, as a director, he coulda been a contender. Priscilla Barnes and Kari Wuhrer showed the goods.

Priscilla Barnes (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12) Kari Wuhrer (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12)



Assorted stuff, from Johnny Web

Agnes Soral in "The Ogre", a masterpiece of a movie. German movie filmed in English, starring John Malkovich. It's a Volker Schloendorff movie, in many respects similar to The Tin Drum. This time the Nazi regime is seen through the eyes of a simpleton, who finds a happier and more rewarding life as a prisoner in Germany than he had as a free man in France. Through his eyes, Goering is a larger-than-life genius who embraces every aspect of life, and the Goering world (pre-Stalingrad) is as wonderful as the Magic Kingdom. The recreation of Herman Goering's hunting lodge, as well as Goering himself, is vivid and I believe completely accurate. Why did they film the movie in English with an American star, then never release it here? Strange marketing ploy, because of which nobody has seen this brilliant movie or Malkovich's nuanced performance. And I don't even like Malkovich very much.


Ellen Degeneres and Sharon Stone in "If These walls",


Here's a sign of the apocalypse. I did a non-nude wrestling capture. Terri Runnels last night. How bored could I have been?

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