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Simone Mueterthies (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) These are from the new Maxim, but I'm not hip enough to know who she is. These are swimsuit shots, but the last one is kinda close to topless.
WhyScan's Page Three Report
If Page Three is unfamiliar to you, this link describes the Page Three tradition.
Today's Page 3 girl...Jo, 20, originally from Leicester, but since booted out for sauce disloyalty. (She prefers Worcestershire Sauce to Leicestershire Sauce) (1, 2, 3, 4)
Blinky's Runway Recap
Georgina Cooper (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) Tips: number one and two are almost see-through. The rest are either dark spots under blouses or pokiosity
Estella Warren (1 2) From the may GQ
Mr Skin

Here are a few "skin" classics from the silent film era and early talkies. Clara Bow was one of the biggest stars of the "flapper" era. You actually get a quick shot of her breasts when a soldier walks in on her in the 1927 silent film classic "Wings".(1, 2)

I also included Hedy Lamarr's famous nudes from 1932's "Ecstasy" (1, 2, 3)

and Claudette Colbert's milk bath scenes from "The Sign of the Cross" (1932). (1, 2)

I also included collages of Marta Kristen who you might remember as Judy Robinson from the 60's TV show "Lost in Space". The pix are from the obscure 1974 movie "The Gemini Affair". It is a little dark but the girl-on-girl sex scene between Marta and Kathy Kersh is one of the hottest I've ever seen. Enjoy! (1, 2, 3, 4)

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Ariane Schluter in "Little Tony". This reminds me of a story. I don't think I've ever told this one on the page. I grew up in a city in Upstate New York with many people of Italian heritage. Through a bizarre twist, there were three guys in my eighth grade (out of only 25 kids in the class!) with the same name: Tony Giambrone. Therefore, we had Big Tony, Little Tony, and Fat Tony.
Cassie Yates in "Convoy"
Tanja Boscoli in "Gabriela"
  • Debra Messing, "Lost in the Clouds". Non-nude
  • Aitana Sanchez Gijon, "Lost in the Clouds". non-nude
  • Samantha Mathis. Non-nude, "Jack and Sara"
  • Samantha Mathis. Non-nude, "Jack and Sara"
  • Elisabeth Shue. Non-nude, "The Saint"
  • Elisabeth Shue. Non-nude, "The Saint"
  • Elisabeth Shue. Non-nude, "The Saint"
  • and ...
    Linda Hamilton (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) in "The Terminator", from The Night. The first two are his re-working of two from yesterday. The rest are new.

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    "Whity", from Tuna

    Tuna's comments:

    "Whity -- According to the one review in IMDB, this is a great film, and a wonderful example of the work of Rainer Werner Fassbinder, who is known for great color and framing, a slow pace, and a melodramatic way of telling a story. I agree with the color - examples are included in the images. I definitely agree with slow -- I watched it at 4x and still thought it would never end.

    Whity is the illegitimate son of a white midwest ranch owner and his black housekeeper, who is treated as a slave (complete with whipping if he or anyone else in the house makes a mistake). His two half-brothers are real prizes -- one gay, and the other retarded. His stepmother is promiscuous, and after her husbands property. There is also a saloon girl who has an on-again off-again affair with Whity. There is some hint that Whity stays because he enjoys the domination and abuse. When the family members come to him one at a time asking him to kill one or more of the others, he has decisions to make.

    For me, this is in the top 20 worst films I have watched."

    thumbnails Hanna Schygulla (1, 2, 3, 4)

    "Mad Dog and Glory", from Tuna

    Tuna's comments:

    "Mad Dog and Glory concerns a police photographer, who is given the gift of a girl for a week (Glory) by a mob boss (Bill Murry) after Mad Dog saves his life. Glory and Mad Dog fall in love, and Mad Dog develops the testicles to fight Murry for her. Lots of laughs and a decent love story." Scoop's note: I guess there may be some body doubling here, as usual with Uma, but number six looks like it is Uma's face and chest, together at last. Does anybody know to what extent, if any, Uma used doubles in this film? thumbnails Uma Thurman (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) unknown

    "The Bare Breasted Countess", from Johnny Web

    Not my caps. Somebody sent me a bunch of raw screen snaps.

    A movie from the immortal Jess Franco. A female vampire who bites her victims on .... (take a guess. Hint: not neck)

    If you guessed that she wants to suck more than your blood, you have the right idea. There are a zillion different versions of this movie floating around under a gazillion different names. (Franco himself used many dozens of aliases). The one you want is The Loves of Irina, from Private Screenings video, which includes all the scenes of Lina Romay sipping the slurpee straw d'amour, and even has a whole bunch of unrelated and completely gratuitous hardcore inserts just tossed in for fun. Erotikill is the r-rated version. In the first collage here, you can see a sample of the vampire technique, but not in pornographic close-up. The other version demonstrates why the director ended up marrying this girl. Lina Romay (1, 2, 3)

    "Love is the Devil", from Johnny Web

    Very artsy-fartsy and excessively talky 1998 biopic about the esteemed 20th century English painter Francis Bacon and his lower-class (male) lover. Needless to say, the lover didn't fit into the pretentious cultural circles in which Bacon hung his hat. Gives Derek Jacobi a chance to show off, but just rambles interminably. The director even shot some scenes through a fish-eye lens!! And he used every other arty cliche that was discarded in the 70's. And the Bacon estate wouldn't let the filmmakers use any of his real paintings, so everything is "in the manner of". If they showed this film to the Deltas, they would have been mumbling "bullshit, bullshit, blow job, blow job ..." under their breaths, or would have thrown their beer cans at the screen , like they did for Flounder.

    On top of all that, all the sex was of the homosexual male variety. This woman was a photographic model for one of Bacon's colleagues. Avoid this movie at all costs. Annabel Brooks (1, 2, 3)

    "The Sweet Hereafter", from Johnny Web

    Every once in a while a movie gets is exactly right. The story is just intelligent enough, it focuses on important issues, touches us with real people, and reinforces all its points with the visuals and the music and a sparkling cast. Then it creates a structure that makes the whole even greater than the sum of its parts.

    If this movie doesn't get you, nothing ever will. It is so intense that I had to turn it off a couple of times, because I couldn't stand the emotions it put me through.

    It winds three stories together. All three involve the loss of children. The main story is about a small Canadian town which one day lost almost its entire child population in a bus crash. The second story is about a lawyer who comes to that small town to do a bit of upscale ambulance-chasing, and who once heroically saved his baby when she was little, only to lose her in a different way, to heroin addiction. The third story is the Pied Piper of Hamelin, the famous children's story in which the village lost its children. All three stories reflect back upon each other in ways sometimes subtle and sometimes obvious.

    The main story shows real people, some of them touchingly simple, dealing with the tragedy in whatever ways they can muster.

    The most brilliant moment of the movie occurs when the lawyer gets a call from his drug-addict daughter, and she tells him she is HIV-positive. He knows that is entirely possible because of her lifestyle, but he doesn't really believe her because he thinks it's just another one of her scams to get some drug money from him. She's pulled scams like this for 15 years. She'd want money for a ticket home. He sent her the ticket, waited at the airport, but she never showed because she sold the ticket for drug money.

    Now, if you were he, would you believe her this time?

    Atom Egoyan was nominated for best director, but the picture was not nominated. ("Bullshit, bullshit, blowjob, blowjob"). For some reason, the academy nominated "As Good as it Gets" for best pic, but not best director, and vice-versa for "The Sweet Hereafter". Both of those movies are better than Good Will Hunting or The Full Monty, both of which were nominated. I would vote for it over Titanic, which won that year.

    It also deserves a medal for extraordinary restraint on matters of Canadian importance. There must be about an hour of ice and snow on this movie, and only one brief scene of hockey, and that on TV.

    Anyway, the nudity, full-frontal at that, came from Alberta Watson, who plays Madeline on "La Femme Nikita". I suppose she must be in her mid-40s', but she still looks great with her clothes off. (1, 2, 3)

    Miscellaneous from Stone Cold

    Stone Cold said that there wasn't much to scan in Celebrity Skin this month. He sent these three. Drew Barrymore paparazzi Drew Barrymore paparazzi Catherine Keener, in "Living in Oblivion"

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