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  • Monday, a Federal judge ruled that a website had to cease using the famous bunny logo. It was using it in conjunction with a search for "playmate models". Entrants had to submit $20 and pictures. Get this - they paid to send in naked pictures of themselves. The opposing lawyers argued that the site owner couldn't be brought to court until his Presidency is over.
  • Quote of the day. Actress Greta Scacchi when asked if she does more nude scenes than most actresses: "No, it's just that my body is more memorable than theirs"
  • Bimbo quote of the day. British Page-Three-Girl-turned-other-stuff Samantha Fox: "I have ten pairs of trainers. That's one for every day of the week"
  • Media executive quote of the day. Ted Turner: "anything violent in TV is a crime against humanity and they should shoot the man responsible". Ted, as the resident expert on non-violence, will be the executive producer on Ghandi 2: the Wrath of the Mahatma. "Ghandi's back, and this time, he's armed" In the preview audiences, there are some who object to Ghandi's use of automatic weapons against the British, but they felt that was balanced off by the new warmer, more human Ghandi, who takes on a girlfriend (Ashley Judd), and can dash down a burger with the best of them. There was quite a bit of film already in the can when Chris Farley died and the casting search began for another Ghandi
  • Concept humor. Tickets go on sale today in our town, so here's how to tell if you're a redneck jedi





    Nekkid Opera

  • DB, our man in the Royal Box (wouldn't that actually be Prince Phillip?) is back with his final curtain call. His words follow: "Vampyr is an opera that was filmed over five consecutive nights by The Opera Company in 1992. The music was written by Heinrich Marschner in 1827. Charles Hart wrote the words in 1992." The first few feature Willemijn Van Gent as the first victim of the Vampire.
  • Van Gent
  • here's the end of the road for Van Gent
  • The next group is the romantic interlude featuring Fiona O'Neil as the heiress who is about to be sold off in marriage to the vampire. She is with her secret lover.
  • Fiona O'Neil
  • Fiona O'Neil
  • Fiona O'Neil
  • Fiona O'Neil
  • Fiona O'Neil
  • Then we have the second victim, Sally-Ann Sheperdson
  • Sally-Ann Sheperdson
  • Sally-Ann Sheperdson
  • Back to Fiona O'Neil for the wedding.





  • The rasslin' report for the week is up first. Here's Debra, and she still ain't nekkid!
  • Here's Francine from ECW, and she's pretty durned close to nekkid. This is one of yer skimpier bikinis.
  • Gorgeous George at Slamboree. Not showing much.
  • Gorgeous, still not showing the goodies.
  • and three of Marg Helgenberger in "Gold Coast". Sorry, she didn't get nekkid either!
  • Helgenberger
  • Helgenberger.
  • Deborah van Valkenberg in "the Warriors". Braless, but covered.




    A bit o' this 'n that

  • From The Honte, Eden at the MTV Europe Awards
  • From Hugo, two Jacqueline Bisset collages from The Deep. He put a lot of work into these, as usual.
  • Bisset #2 from Hugo
  • Janet Jackson in a very flimsy t-shirt at the 1999 Monte Carlo Music Awards

    Jammin' with James

  • Some more youthful material here. Here's good caps of Drew Barrymore in "Bad Girls"
  • more Drew
  • here's the famous picture of Liz Hurley from the London restaurant
  • many of you have requested this. It's the Buffy lesbo kiss from Cruel Intentions





  • Excellent material as usual from Blackshine. Technically and artistically outstanding. Many of these are the best versions I've seen from these movies. Here's Jennifer Grey, all grown up and topless, in "Lover's Knot". excellent job.
  • Tatiana Patitz in "Rising Sun". I think these are the best ones I've seen of this scene.
  • Muriel Baumeister in "Iche Liebe den Mann meiner Tochter". Very sexy. I think this is the best I've seen from this source, as well.
  • Nicole Eggert in "Blown Away". Some of the best, if not the best, I've seen from this film.
  • Juliette Lewis, "from Dusk 'til Dawn". No nudity in this one.
  • Salma Hayek, "from Dusk 'til Dawn". No nudity in this one, either, but salma is in a small bikini, and she is Salma, after all.
  • Nicole Sullivan on MAD TV (no nudity)



    Norman Bates

  • Boy are these guys getting good. Norman Bates' caps are so good now, they are better than watching the movie. Even though there is virtually no nudity (and I think I read that Sharon Stone used a body double - makes sense because you never see her face), you owe it to yourself to see what can be down with diligent photo editing. Spectacular caps of "The Quick and the Dead"
  • More Bates, "The Quick and the Dead". You have to love any movie where DiCaprio plays a cowboy, that little rootin'-tootin' buckaroo. (Although he'll have to go some to be an orn'rier sidewinder than Leonard Nimoy in Catlow)
  • Jennifer Lopez in U-Turn. This time, we have some certified toplessness.




  • What can you say? A musical soft-core porn version of Cinderella. I haven't seen it, and I don't remember any scenes from this in "That's Entertainment". The actor Michael Pataki (Nicolai Koloff in the later "Rocky" films) directed this film. He actually made two movies in 1977, and that was it for his directing career. His other one that year was "Mansion of the Doomed", which I did see long ago. That's the one where Admiral Nelson plays a mad doctor whose daughter is blind, so he lures people to his house, slips them a mickey, and steals their eyes for his daughter, and soon he has a whole basement full of the eyeless, and totally improper disabled facilities down there. So, maybe we know what happened to Pataki's directing career. Anyway, here's Cheryl Smith.
  • Cheryl Smith in "Cinderella"
  • Cheryl Smith in "Cinderella"
  • Cheryl Smith in "Cinderella"
  • Cheryl Smith in "Cinderella"
  • here's the ad campaign from Cinderella