Britney Spears 'Caps from an MTV behind the scenes thing with Britney barely dressed. Even though she doesn't reveal anything major, her breasts still get quite a bit of exposure in these.
Liz Hurley The sexy Brit going au naturale on a new billboard for Estee Lauder.
Angela Dotchin (1, 2) Great scans of the New Zealand native. American viewers may recognize her from guest spots on "Hercules" and "Xena". #2 features some nice see-thru exposure.
Kristy Wright (1, 2) Young star from the popular Australian series "Home and Away".
Sam Frost (1, 2) #1 features the model form Down Under in a bikini. #2 is a sexy pose, but not very revealing.
Tania Zaetta (1, 2) Host of the Aussie TV show "Who Dares Wins", plus these two scans feature the most skin! #2 is my big winner of this bunch!
WhyScan's Page Three Report
If Page Three is unfamiliar to you, this link describes the Page Three tradition.
Today's Page 3 girl....Nicola, 18, from London (1, 2, 3, 4)
Sandra Bullock from a "28 Days" bootleg

Bobcat from WWF Raw

Daffney popping out of her top from WCW Nitro

Julianne Moore (1, 2, 3) From "Boogie Nights"
Heather Graham (1, 2, 3) As 'Roller Girl' in "Boogie Nights". Points of interest: #3 features 'caps from a deleted scene.
Sheryl Lee (1, 2, 3) 1 and 2 from "Backbeat" #3 from "The Blood Oranges".
Corey Chang Topless vidcaps from "The Beneficiary"
Shannon Elizabeth Vidcaps of the "American Pie" star form her first film role...the amazingly poor "Jack Frost" And I'm not talking about the Michael Keaton/Kelly Preston movie. No siree, this version had an even dumber plot! Being a lover of bad movies I naturally rented this to one hoping for some cheap nudity and maybe a couple of laughs. But it was not meant to be! This one fell into the "We know we're making a bad movie, so we're going to try really hard to make it funny but at the same time still try to make it serious" category.
The plot: (with thanks to the IMDb) Serial killer is genetically mutated in car wreck on the way to his execution. After which, he becomes a murdering snowman hell-bent on revenge for the sheriff who caught him.
Why it sucked eggs: Poor attempt at humor added at random intervals from characters who were previously one dimensional straight guys. My guess is that later in the production after viewing the dailies, they realized how bad this thing really was and tried to spice it up and make it a spoof.
Why I care: I don't, and neither should you. The bottom line is that Shannon does get naked but all we see is her very lovely bum.
Finola Geraghty Vidcaps From "Backbeat". She played the topless model.
Stacy Haiduk One of my favorite non-bimbo, B-movie actresses. I like her as an actress for two reasons. #1 She's not afraid to take risks, like the hair style she's sporting in these vidcaps. and #2 She has very nice breasts.
Mineko Mori From "Naked Lies". My hats off to Mineko for taking a step up in the caliber of movie she acts in. How could a straight-to, Shannon Tweed, erotic thriller be a step up for a career you ask? Easy! The movie she made before this one was the Tom Arnold movie "McHale's Navy!"
Anne Parillaud Vidcaps from "Shattered Image".
Laila Robins Topless 'caps from "The Blood Oranges"
Shannon Tweed She has almost single handedly put the "skin" in Skinemax. And for that we thank her. He she is doing her what she does best in these 'caps from "Naked Lies"
Judy Thompson From "Teach Me Tonight"
Kim Yates More from "Teach Me Tonight".
Master Bagger
Mena Suvari (1, 2)

Thora Birch,

Vidcaps from "American Beauty"
and ...
Enie va der Meisklokjes Comments and Vidcaps by Slarti:
Bravo-TV moderator presenting in a see-thru outfit at the Vienna Live Ball 2000
Ann-Kathrin Kramer Vidcaps from "Auf schmalem Grat" .
Sherilyn Fenn Great 'caps from "Two Moon Junction". On a non-nude tangent...I caught a movie with Sherilyn and one of heroes, Jeremy Piven, called "Just Write". It was a surprisingly entertaining movie. Of course the plot is ridiculous (after all it is a romantic comedy), but Piven is one of the most underrated comic actors in Hollywood, and for what it was, I thought it worked. So maybe it is a bit of a wuss movie. Fine, I won't shave for 3 days and I promise to spend all day Sunday working on my car to make up for it.

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"Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid", from Tuna

Not as popular as the sequel, Butch Cassidy and the Pom Pom Girls, but not bad.

If you haven't seen this movie, you should. It was sort of the original male bonding picture. Unlike many from its era, both its pacing and humor still work. Compliations of the great screen moments often include the famous "I can't swim" dialogue, and the bicycle scene acted out to "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head"

As for Katharine Ross, she was kind of a mysterious disappearance. Oh, she never really disappeared, but she might as well have. She was a superstar/icon in the late 60's with Sundance and The Graduate only a couple of years apart, and she appeared in one of my favorite dumb-ass movie comedies, "Get to Know Your Rabbit", an early Brian DePalma movie with John Astin, Tommy Smothers and Orson Welles. There's a cast for you. Orson Welles runs a magic school, and teaches Tommy Smothers how to be a tap-dancing magician. Rent this movie if you get a chance. It is primitive by DePalma's later standards, but well worth it for curiosity value alone. Anyway, within a very few years, Ross was making movies like The Swarm. I've never figured it out. She had it all, top o' the world, and I can't think of any reason why she fell off without more great successes.

On the other hand, starring in two legendary films is a career in and of itself, so I guess she doesn't have any reason for regrets.

Tuna's comments: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is at least as good as I remembered. IMDB Top 250 (#111), won Oscars for Best Cinematography, Best Score, Best Song, and Best Screenplay. Nominated for Best Director, Best Sound and Best Picture. All that, and costumes by Edith Head. While there is no exposure, the scene where Katharine Ross is ordered to strip at gunpoint is very hot, and the images of her being ridden around on a bike have stuck in my mind since I first saw it in 1969. The special edition DVD is a keeper -- tons of extra material, and Digitally Remastered for decent quality.

thumbnails Ross (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12)

"Hollywood Knights", from Johnny Web

discussed this a few days ago

Dawn Clark (1, 2) Michele Drake Fran Drescher, no nudity Michelle Pfeiffer, portrait only, just to see what she looked like in 1980. I don't think I need to add, "pretty damned good" Kim Hopkins Carol Ann Williams unknown

"Brewster McCloud" and more, from GR

I don't know if I've ever talked about Brewster McCloud, an early Altman film. It's about a boy who yearns to fly. Well, that's kinda what it's about. Robert Altman was once asked what it is about and he responded that it was about birdshit. And he wasn't kidding. I really like this movie, but you all know I have a taste for the oddball films, and this one is pretty far off the normal drumbeat. If you're interested in Altman, and haven't seen this, you need to. This is to Altman as "Get To Know Your Rabbit" is to DePalma

It has arguably the most creative credits ever put on film, if anyone keeps track of this category. I don't think I've ever seen an Oscar for this particular achievement.

This is one of the two movies (the other "Harold and Maude") that made Bud Cort a cult legend. Cort's story is not unlike Katharine Ross. In 1970-71, it looked like he would become the king of the character actors, but after Harold and Maude he just became kind of a free spirit, living in hotels and with friends, and even for a while with the aging Groucho Marx. He got typecast only into odd roles, and didn't ever get an important starring role again. Then he had a major auto accident in 1979 which put him out of commission and into plastic surgery for years. He made a comeback as a writer/director with 1991's "Ted & Venus", in which he also starred. Here is an excellent info page, with several articles and interviews, and a bio of Bud.

Joan Severance, "Safe Sex" Sally Kellerman in "Brewster McCloud" Sean Young in "Men"

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Yo, Scooperman. More leftover supermodels. These from months ago, from the days before you had Blinky, and they were sitting on my hard disk at work. I suppose Blinky has covered the bases, but I need to get rid of em. About three of em are da bomb, but the rest are just ... leftovers.

Aurelie Claudel. Aurelie Claudel. Angelika Kallio. Angelika Kallio. Anna Klevhag. Anna Klevhag. Anne Petersen. Anne Petersen. Lin Tang. Lin Tang. Aya-Karin Torgen. Christy Turlington.

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