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Carey Lowell (1, 2, 3 4) Former "Law and Order" co-star (my favorite of all of the sexy, brunette assistant DAs) posing topless from earlier in her modeling day. Scans from Celebrity Sleuth.
Catherine Hardenborg (1, 2, 3 4) Sexy, up and coming Swedish soap star. Scans also from Celebrity Sleuth
Lil Kim Rap songstress from the July 2000 Blackmen magazine.
Mason Marconi Also from Blackmen, here is a bikini pic of the popular centerfold.
Mocha Lee Co-host of the BET fitness show "Heart and Soul"
Strings Another rapper, also from Blackmen. In the history of modern music only a few select individuals have really been able to get away with having only one name. My favorite has always been Sting, because it can be either a verb or a noun. U2's The Edge has always been a close second when it comes to cool one word rock star names. I should leave him out of this category because it's technically two words, but I can't think of anyone else who has "The" as part of their name, so I have to at least give him "props".
Sophie B Hawkins One more from Celebrity Sleuth. Here is the singer/songwriter buck nekkid!
WhyScan's Page Three Report
If Page Three is unfamiliar to you, this link describes the Page Three tradition.
Today's Page 3 girl....Leilani, 20, Bournemouth. (1, 2, 3, 4)

Today's Bonus....Kylie Minogue from GQ!
See-thru nipple peek
3 great pics of her bum! (
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Kirsten Dunst (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
Vidcaps from "Small Soldiers", Comments by Akira:
I love Joe Dante movies! There is usually something in them that saves the movie from just being another sci-fi/horror/comedy movie. Whether it is cool special effects, comedic takes on current trends or products, or spotting his usual posse of actors. There is always something good. In this movie it is the voices of the toys. The good guys are voiced by the members of Spinal Tap! The bad guys are performed by the original Dirty Dozen! Other celeb voice-overs include Christina Ricci and Sarah Michelle Gellar as the Gwendy dolls.

Jr's Comments:
I agree with Akira, Joe Dante is a pretty cool cat. In particular, I really like the in-jokes that that exist within and even between all of his movies. One of my favorite Dante movies is "Matinee". It covers all of the bases that Akira mentioned, plus it really celebrates the classic B-movies of the 50's and 60's. Most folks I meet have never even heard of it, but I highly recommend it. Especially if you're a fan of those Drive-in Classics.

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Candy Clark (1, 2) Two more from "The Man who fell to Earth",by Donbun. Pretty cool 'caps considering that this scene featured strobe lighting!
Christina Rainer Topless 'caps of the from the German TV series, "Samt und Seide".
Daneen Boone Very nice, topless bathtub 'caps from "Seduction of Innocence", by Donbun.

Thanks for the email from our unimpeachable source that helped us to ID one of the vidcaps from Wednesday's edition. We featured a collage of Miranda Richardson that was listed as an unknown source. Turns out that those 'caps were from 1985's "Dance with a Stranger" {based on the life and death of British murderess Ruth Ellis}. For a second look, visit the Back Issues for the June 7th edition.

Also....The "Princess Caroline upskirt" pic ain't her! It is actually Spanish jet setter Marta Chavarri...who was caught partying pantyless in a nightclub in January 1989. At the time, she was the Marquesa de Cubas...and it was a huge scandal, since she was then revealed to be having an affair with Alberto Cortina--the husband of the richest woman in Spain {the ensuing breakdown of their marriage caused a huge banking merger to fail, costing billions}. If you want more can read all about it in the Vol. 5 No. 8 issue, of Celebrity Sleuth magazine

The Funnies

Have a look the following classic conversation from "Star Wars", and then read the College, frat-house rewrite below.

Luke: "You fought in the clone wars."
Ben: "I was once a Jedi Knight the same as your father."
Luke: "My father didn't fight in the wars. He was a navigator on a Space freighter."
Ben: "That's what your Uncle told you. He didn't hold with your father's ideals. He thought he should stay home. Not gotten involved."
Luke: "I wish I had known him."
Ben: "He was a cunning warrior, and the best star pilot in the galaxy. I understand you've become quite a good pilot yourself. And he was a good friend. For over a thousand years the Jedi Knight protected the galaxy. Before the dark times. Before the Empire..."
Luke: "How did my father die?"
Ben: "A young Jedi Knight named Darth Vader, who was a pupil of mine Until he turned to evil, helped the Emperor hunt down and destroy the Jedi Knights. He betrayed and murdered your father. Vader was seduced by the Dark Side of the Force."
Luke: "The Force?"
Ben: "Yes, the Force is what gives a Jedi Knight his power. It's an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us. Penetrates us. Binds the galaxy together. Which reminds me. Your father wanted you to have this when you were old enough, but your Uncle wouldn't allow. He thought you'd follow Obi-Wan on some idealistic crusade."
Luke: "What is it?"
Ben: "It a lightsaber. The weapon of a Jedi Knight. Not as random or clumsy as a blaster. An elegant weapon for a more civilized age."

Now the Frat-house version

Luke: "You were in the Greek System?."
Ben: "I was once a Frat Guy the same as your father."
Luke: "My father didn't belong to a frat. He was a tool, an RA in the dorms for four years."
Ben: "That's what your mother told you. She didn't hold with your father's ideals. She thought he should stay home. Not drink until four in the morning, and then piss on things."
Luke: "I wish I had known him, when he could drink."
Ben: "He was a cunning partier, and the best boat-racer in the house. And he was a good bro. I understand you've become quite a Booze Hound yourself. For over five years he got so curbed he could hardly function. Before the dark times. Before, his skirt."
Luke: "How did my father become a lame ass?"
Ben: "A young chick, namely your mother, who was pretty cool herself Until she turned to evil, helped other women hunt down and destroy the coolness in men. She civilized and murdered the bro who was once your father. Your mother was pissed off by the dark side of Beer..."
Luke: "Beer?"
Ben: [smiles] "Yes, Beer is what gives a frat guy his power. It's a beverage created by hops and barley.. and shit like that. It fucks us up. Gives us beer goggles. And lets us yell stuff like "penis" in bars everywhere. Which reminds me. Your father wanted you to have this when you were old enough, but your Mother wouldn't allow it. She thought you'd follow some Frat Brother on some binge drinking crusade."
Luke: "What is it?"
Ben: "Your father's beer-bong. The weapon of a Frat Guy. Not as random or clumsy as a shot glass. An elegant weapon for a less civilized age..."

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a There isn't much sense in making fun of the MTV movie awards. They are obviously a shill for MTV's own products and people with MTV connections or a powerful draw in the youth market. Last year the kid from Dawson's Creek won best breakthrough male performance for that immortal cinema classic, "Varsity Blues". I think the nominees for best movie of all time were Citizen Kane, Gone With The Wind, Battleship Potemkin, and Varsity Blues.

But I just wanted to note that they awarded this year's best male performance award to that giant of stage and screen, perennial Oscar Boy and Olivier-of-his-generation, Keanu Reeves. I guess that's because Anthony Michael Hall wasn't in anything this year.

"Six Swedes on Campus", from Johnny Web

Soft-core sex flick from 1979, from Frodo's massive collection.

  1. Quite good quality images for VCR - a generally good print with vivid colors.
  2. Absolutely gorgeous women in this movie. I suppose you know Brigitte Lahaie, and she's magnificent, but Nadine Pascal is every bit her equal, and the obscure Dany White has one of the best bodies you will ever see on this planet. She has relatively small breasts but ... well, just look. Diane Kelly, however, the woman who played their teacher, is in desperate need of a meal. This girl calls Lara Flynn Boyle "tubby".
  3. You won't get ripped off here. These women are naked throughout the movie. When they aren't making nice-nice, they are exercising naked, jogging naked, or just flashing passers-by. I could probably have done 200 collages if I had the time, but the women just aren't famous enough.
  4. Seven women with white hair in the same movie? They must have spent 50% of their budget on peroxide.
  5. Although there is no penetration, some of the nudity is gynecological.
  6. The film itself? What, you care? OK, it's brilliant. It makes The Seventh Seal look like a frivolous, amateurish Pauly Shore movie. Or maybe vice-versa. Does it really matter? OK, truth is it's a lame premise, scenes seem to be cut or missing, and the dubbing is hilariously inept. In fact, if it had no nudity, it would be worth watching just for the incredible dubbing. I think all eight women (the six Swedes, one French girl, and their teacher) have the same voice. Talk about low budget. Or maybe it was intentional - reflecting some Buddhist theory about the oneness of all existence. Anyway, it isn't even good dubbing. I could see doing a movie where Robin Williams plays all the parts, but this ain't Robin Williams, or even Esther Williams. The French accent sounds like Swedish, and the Swedish accents sound like Ackroyd and Martin's "wild and crazy guys" trying to pretend to hide their accents, posing as British guys to impress the women and hold their big American breasts. Actually the script has a bit of irony and self-mockery, which is completely appropriate, and makes it a pretty easy watch. But let me stress here that none of that is really important - it's gorgeous women naked. How hard is that to watch? Thanks, Frodo.

Dany White (1, 2, 3) Brigitte Lahaie (1, 2) Diane Kelly Aude Mallois France Lomay Nadine Pascal Elsa Maroussia Kathleen Kane

"Foxfire", from Tuna

Tuna's comments: "Foxfire concerns a drifter named Legs (Angelina Jolie) who appears in a High School Biology class, and convinces the less popular girls to get even with the teacher who fondles every girl that is too afraid to stop him. The girls form a bond, and Legs teaches them to have enough self-respect to stand up for themselves. As she says, "Don't take any shit." There is a scene where Jolie tattoos her breast, then the other girls breasts. This provides the exposure.

Jolie is a natural actress who also trained with Strassberg. I don't think she is capable of doing a bad job. This film has a lot to say to adolescent girls, but is less interesting to others. It did keep me awake, mainly due to the performances by Jolie and Hedy Burress who plays her lover. The film is shot in Portland, which can be a very scenic City.

thumbnails Angelina Jolie (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Hedy Burress (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Jenny Shimizu (1, 2)


"The Last Picture Show", from Tuna

Tuna's comments: "The Last Picture Show is a story any male adult can relate to -- it is about trying to lose your virginity as a teenager. The film is set in the 50's in a small Texas town, and was shot in B&W, which was a daring style decision for 1971. Peter Bogdanovich (Writer and Director) achieved exactly the atmosphere he wanted partially due to this choice, and the film was well-received both critically and by the general public. For a character-driven rather than plot-driven drama, it grabs your attention and holds it for the entire 118 minutes. The acting is superb, but considering the cast, that is not surprising. Stars include Cybill Shepherd (nude), Ellen Burstyn, Ben Johnson, Randy Quaid, Jeff Bridges and Timothy Bottoms to name a few. Won Oscars for both Best supporting actor and actress, and was nominated for 6 other Oscars. Also won BAFTAs, Golden Globes, etc.

The DVD transfer is very good, they deserve high marks for special features, I love the film and it had more nudity than I expected. Pretty erotic stuff for B&W, especially if you have any memories of the 50's, back-seat necking, and industrial strength underwear including garter belts. If you have never seen this, or it has been a long time, check out the DVD version..

This movie launched a lot of careers. Well, maybe that's not right. In the case of Peter Bogdanovich, this movie pretty much was his career. I'm exaggerating, of course. Mask was a pretty good movie, and there were some others. But in general, his career consists of a heavy ration of crap on a stick and this generally acknowledged masterpiece based on a Larry McMurtry story. To sum up the rest of his career, only four words need to be said: "At Long Last Love".

This was Cybill Shepherd's screen debut, and she went on to a long career in many projects, such things as ... um .... I think she was in "Moonlighting". I used to play a drinking game with my neighbors involving Cybill Shepherd. I would freeze-frame a scene from "Moonlighting", and then the players had come in from the other room and guess what emotion she was trying to convey in the scene. It can't be done. You get fooled every time. Try it yourself. OK, well maybe the girl's acting skills weren't too refined, but I ask you, did you ever notice? And if you noticed, did you care? She sure was a purty lil thing, and she was actually pretty good in "Moonlighting".

thumbnails Cybill Shepherd (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) Kimberly Hyde (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Sharon Taggart (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

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