A little something different from RDO. He's working on the Showgirls DVD. These particular caps aren't from the film, but from the theatrical trailer.
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WhyScan's Page Three Report
If Page Three is unfamiliar to you, this link describes the Page Three tradition.
Today's Page 3 girl.... none. The number three is forever banned from England on Sunday, since the famous Sunday Debacle of the Saxon King Ethelred the Third. Even now, nobody knows exactly what happened that day, but rumor has it that it involved the king, some farm birds, a pail full of melted pig fat, a hooker, and a distant ancestor of Hugh Grant. The substitute is Rebekah from last September 10. (1, 2, 3, 4)
Blinky's Runway Report
Jenny Knight (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) #4 is the one you want to see. #6 is also nice, although you have to look harder to see the treasures.
Kim Adams (1, 2, 3, 4) in "Ted and Venus"
Diane Cuevas (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22) in "Hot Springs Hotel", President Clinton's favorite show. Of course, he's pretty familiar with the subject matter, and much of it is based on the memoirs from his gubernatorial days. (Possibly in Arkansas it is spelled "goobernatorial".)
Kira Reed (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15) in "Alien Files"
Natalia Sokolova (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17) don't know the source material
From "With or Without You".
  • Julie Graham (1, 2)
  • Dervla Kirwan (1, 2, 3)
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    Donna Air (1 2 3 From nmd. He has a new capture card, and the results are excellent. These are some sweet non-nudes from TGI Friday.
    Julia Hentschel (1, 2, 3) in an episode of "Nicht von schlechten Eltern", captured by Celeblover

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    "Immortal Beloved", from Tuna

    I've discussed this many times. Excellent Beethoven biopic. The real trick with biopics is to somehow give them the structure of a real movie, instead of just loosely stringing some events together. Amadeus uses the famous Salieri story, even though it is undoubtedly apocryphal, and the rich complexity of Salieri's character makes it a great movie. They also solved the problem in this movie. They made the overlay a mystery - a search for the mysterious Immortal Beloved mentioned in a Beethoven letter. Classy movie with real multi-dimensional characters, and nudity, and the music of the greatest composer in Eurocentric history. Hard to go wrong. Although Gary Oldman is not a subtle actor, neither was Beethoven a subtle man, and I think Oldman was very effective in the part. thumbnails Geno Lechner (1, 2, 3) Valeria Golino (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Johanna ter Steege (1, 2, 3)

    "Dirty Dancing", from Tuna

    On the off-chance that there is actually somebody out there who doesn't know about this movie, here is Tuna's commentary: When I saw the following news story today, I couldn't resist doing one of my all-time favorite films, the surprise hit "Dirty Dancing." After being rejected by all of the major studios, Vestron agreed to do the film for 5.2 million -- a shoestring budget, and half the original estimate. Seems Vestron outguessed the majors, because the film has grossed more than $170 million worldwide. The story occurs at a Catskill's resort in the summer of 1963, and features Jennifer Grey as a shy, insecure brain, and Patrick Swayze as the dance instructor that awakens her sensuality.

    Essentially a coming of age film, there are many other side themes that make it a complex and touching film. Most of these center around the way lower class people are treated by upper-class people. The sound track is phenomenal, as is the dancing. Even Jennifer, who had never danced professionally prior to this film, did a wonderful job. The location was changed from the Catskills to Virginia and North Carolina to make budget, but the locations were beautiful, and beautifully photographed. Call me sentimental, but two moments in the film always give me a lump in my throat. The first occurs between Grey and Swayze in his room. He has admitted to admiring her courage, and she says she is afraid of everything, "but most of all, I am afraid that I will walk out this door and never again for the rest of my life feel as good as I feel when I am with you." The second moment comes at the end, when she is balanced triumphantly above Swayze's head. Although there is no actual exposure, some of the images of Grey are good see-through, and the film is VERY hot due to the romance between Grey and Swayze, and the "Dirty Dancing."

    Martin and Portman Step to Dirty Dancing 2? By Kasia Anderson

    Here's some news that's sure to provoke a wide variety of reactions, to say the least: Artisan and Miramax are teaming up to make a sequel to that seminal slab of '80s cheese, Dirty Dancing, and they want Ricky Martin and Natalie Portman to star. The hip-swinging singer and Queen Amidala herself haven't signed any contracts yet, but sources say the studios have them in mind for their Dancing duo. "According to Variety, Dirty Dancing 2 would revamp the original plot, placing prancing lovers Baby and Johnny in Miami's steamy South Beach. Those familiar with the 1987 version will recall that the first Baby-Johnny combo, played by Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze, practiced their dance steps at a resort in the Catskills in 1963. The stylish new setting was Artisan head Amir Malin's idea, as was the notion of giving the story a Latin twist.

    "Variety says Miramax's Harvey Weinstein "embraced " the idea over lunch last December. "Dirty Dancing is a cultural touchstone and phenomenal property," he told the trade, adding, "I am personally looking forward to working with Amir and Artisan on this exciting project." "Artisan has had the rights to the original for some time now, and has been pulling in money from its video sales for over a decade. The studio was also thinking of adding to the franchise back in '96, and supposedly made a $5 million offer to Swayze to swagger his way through a sequel. Given that the original rustled up more than $150 million worldwide, not to mention the super-popular soundtrack's selling power, it may be time to pull Baby out of the corner again. "

    thumbnails Cyhthia Rhodes (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) Jennifer Grey (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14)

    "Profile for Murder", from GR

    Kind of 1997 low budget version of "Silence of the Lambs", in which a female psychiatrist develops a sexual obsession with a patient accused of murder. Will her obsession with him lead her to mislead police investigators? Who cares? I haven't even seen the movie, but Joan Severance showed her chest, and even though she is now 41 (39 at the time of filming), her chest is still worth a look.

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    Three single images from GR

    Erika Anderson, "Object of Obsession" Jennifer MacDonald, "Object of Obsession" Diane Varsi, "Bloody Mama"

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