Blinky's Runway Snaps
Bridget Hall (#1, #2, #3, #4) Two and four are excellent see-throughs. Number one is semi-sheer, and number three can be skipped for its similarity to number four.
Cali Rand (#1, #2) Good see-throughs
Carly Hanger semi-transparent
Carmen Kass Great see-through, beautiful woman
WhyScan's Page Three Report
Yesterday is Nikki. Actually, day before yesterday. They reversed a couple. (1, 2, 3, 4)

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Mia Kirshner (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) in "Exotica". Another great FR/Tuna collaboration.
Just a sample. This may be new to you.
  • Beverly D'Angelo's shower scene in "Lonely Hearts"

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    Scoop - one actress in one film - Laura Antonelli in "Secret Fantasy", which is my personal record holder with 64 captures.

    (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)

    Scoop's note. Laura was the queen of the Italian flesh flix of the 1970's, while already in her 30's. The US first started to notice her around 1979, when she was already close to 40, and she once posed for Italian Playboy at age 44. (October, 1985 Edition)

    Bo Derek collage from "Woman of Desire"
    Some hardcore today
    Jill Kelley (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) in "Forever Night" (first four) and "Miss Jackie's Full Service Salon"
    Maya Divine (1, 2) in "Miss Jackie's Full Service Salon"
    Sage Kirkpatrick (1, 2) in "Love Games"
    Tiffany Turner in "South Beach Heat"
    Tonya Goodson in "South Beach Heat"
    Kate Moss new topless paparazzi from Piccap
    Mathilda May in "Toutes peines confondues", from UC99
    Sophie Broustal in "Toutes peines confondues", from UC99

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    "Eyes Wide Shut", from Tuna

    Tuna picks up where I left off, and tried to get some frames I missed. He pointed out an important point that I failed to discuss. Between the gutless Warner Brothers and the artless MPAA, they managed to sabotage Kubrick's intentions and some of our fun. Oh, they didn't cut anything. Instead, they did an Austin Powers, and digitally added additional people in two or three camera set-ups, positioned solely to obscure our view of the ol' in-out. You may have seen this in the past if, for example, you have the r-rated and the unrated versions of "Last Tango". Bad enough that they did that to get their R rating. Worse still that they had to, because the silly MPAA would have given Kubrick the same NC-17 they would give some hard-core sex flick. (I really hope that Philip Kaufman and Winslet throw in a few hard-core scenes in that DeSade thing, and submit it unrated. They'll get my money.) But the worst part of it is that Warner left the digital extras in the DVD print because of (1) their corporate policies (2) Blockbuster's refusal to carry any more NC-17 or unrated flicks. I suppose (and this is only my surmisal) that Blockbuster's policies were more important than their own. If Blockbuster's policy was changed so that they refused to carry any films altered from the director's cut, for example, I'm sure Warner could have considered a policy change of their own. And if the MPAA weren't so unyielding, and had given an R to the original version, both Warner and Blockbuster could have saved face. Mind you, I don't care about the scenes. It's just some guys' butts pumping up and down, and I don't want to see that unless it's my own in the mirror as I plunge into Joan Severance. But all this could have been avoided. Wouldn't you think that being hired by the MPAA would require (a) a love of films (b) some backbone (c) the intellectual subtlety to make distinctions between a Kubrick film and a Julie Strain film?

    Beautiful work by Tuna, by the way. Absolutely gorgeous.

    NEW FEATURE. If you love Tuna's work but are daunted by the quantity of his output, this might help. Click here for a thumbnail index of all of Tuna's pics from this film. Study the index first, the download the ones you want Julienne Davis (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10) The Orgy (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9) Nicole Kidman (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14) Leelee Sobieski (no nudity) (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8)

    "Interlocked", from Tuna

    This is a movie with a moral lesson. Remember "Outrage", the Banderas movie that taught me never to rape a professional circus sharpshooter and leave her alive? Did your dad ever explain that to you? Probably not, and it's an important life lesson.

    This movie has an equally important one, namely that if you are going to cheat on your wife, then dump on your lover. (1) don't give the lover your real name (2) make sure the lover isn't some kind of computer hacker genius.

    Because if she knows how to use computer networks, and knows who you are, she can change your tax return, shut off your power, cancel your credit cards, steal from a bank and blame you, and possibly even mess up your access to Uncle Scoopy's Fun House.

    Tuna points out that there is no good reason to watch this flick. Even the image quality stunk it up, and he had to work extra hard to get good images. So enjoy the fruits of his labor, and skip that rental. And if you're going to take on that lover, make sure she has no computer skills and tell her a false name. I always use "Bronco" Billy Studd, or Luther "Love Boat" Johnson, or William Jefferson Clinton, if you want to borrow those. The funniest one I ever heard comes from Fred Exley, the great writer from upstate New York, who used to tell women his name was Doctor "Pay-knee" -it's French, you know, and it's spelled P-E-N-I-S. First name Harry goes well with that one.

    Schae Harrison is best known for her continuing role on The Bold and The Beautiful and the Cook and Her Lover, in which she plays Darla Einstein, Albert's kooky yet brilliant stripper/physicist daughter. Schae was born in that memorable year 19??, probably a few cribs down from Mimi Rogers. According to IMDb, she used to be a Seattle Seahawks cheerleader.

    By the way, speaking of Mimi, did you notice that Mimi Rogers' entry in IMDb has been changed, I suppose in response to my comments. I've been pointing out for many years that, based upon the fact that my college roommate's younger sister went to high school with Mimi and I know what year she graduated, that in order for Mimi to be born when the IMDB said she was, she would have to have graduated high school at 14. So you know how they changed it? Instead of changing the birth year, they now specifically claim that she graduated from high school at 14! It's good to see the contribution I have made to mankind's pursuit of truth and knowledge.

    I surely appreciate Mimi much more now. With an intellect like that, she could have pursued a career in particle physics or genetics or mathematical chaos theory, or perhaps have become a Joyce scholar. But did she selfishly choose these routes ordained by her genius? No. Instead, she gave us "Full Body Massage" with Bryan Brown. And I, for one, am glad. Geneticists all-too-rarely get naked in public.

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    "Year of the Gun", from Johnny Web

    I like political thrillers. I view them as easy-to-take history lessons which use the power of film to convey the feel of a particular time. John Frankenheimer is probably the king of these, since The Manchurian Candidate is the real masterpiece of the genre. He's still making them. "Ronin" is his movie, and "The Manchurian Candidate" and "Seven Days in May" date back to the early sixties, so he's been churning them out for forty years. This one is in the middle of the road somehere, in terms of both chronology and quality.

    The subject is the infamous Red Brigade kidnapping and murder of five-time Italian prime minister Aldo Moro. The brigade was a people's revolutionary movement which opposed the increasing gulf between the rich and poor in Italy. They had some support from sympathetic students and leftist intellectuals. They even had some funding from successful people who supported their ideals, if not their tactics. It was a bad time for Italy. The Moro kidnapping was basically the end of the road for the Brigade, because it stripped away their ideological purity and exposed them as brutal thugs, so their support quickly dissipated.

    Andrew McCarthy is an impoverished and apolitical American journalist caught in the middle of it all, Valeria Golino is his lover who turns out to be more than she first appears, and Sharon Stone is a gutsy and smart photojournalist who pretty much has the players figured out, but can't prove it. McCarthy is writing a novel, and he accidentally creates a plot that parallels the Red Brigade's real plans. This attracts the attention of the police, Stone, and the Brigade itself. Although he is telling the truth, nobody believes him.

    Not a bad flick, with a twist at the end that came as a complete surprise to me - caught me totally off-guard. Stone looks as good as she has even looked in her life, absolutely tanned and trim and stunning, but her exposed flesh was restricted to one nipple-slip. Booooo!

    Sharon Stone. Number 1 is the nipple. Number three is a brief and mostly obscured look at her butt. I'm not sure, but I don't think anything showed up in #2, although she's getting taken from behind. (1, 2, 3) Golino (first four show breasts, five and seven show some rump. Six is just a hint of a nipple. Not the best image quality, but not the worst either.) (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)

    A couple from Graphic Response

    Sheryl Lee did a complete full-frontal in "Angel's Dance". It was brief and far from the camera, but in excellent light, and GR nailed it. One more look at Carol Ducey in the x-rated French movie, "Romance".

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