El Kabong
Stephanie Swift
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Scans of the porn babe from Taboo magazine. Taboo is basically a Fetish magazine so don't click on these if you're not looking for semi-hardcore stuff.
Cindy Margolis From Muscular Development
Snappy Pappy
Tara Strohmeier
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Uschi Digard
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Marilyn Joi

Sharon Kaugh

Lenka Novak

Comments by Snap:
I've re-capped my first-ever-capped movie, the 1977 comedy classic "Kentucky Fried Movie"! I went an looked back at the film and I didn't snap as much as I should have. Big news for fans (and cappers)! I read this week's Entertainment Weekly and it states that the movie is finally being released in DVD format this week. Very exciting, as the tape I have is poor EP quality, as it's the only version distributed on VHS. The review in EW says the muddy film is cleaned up nicely. Check it out, you 21st Century DVD cappers!

Jr's stupid comments: Since the restaurant is no longer able to call itself Kentucky Fried Chicken only KFC, will "Kentucky Fried Movie" now be referred to as "KFM"?

Jr's not so stupid comments: All kidding aside, this movie really does rock. It was one of a half dozen or so movies that I feel shaped my warped sense of humor and peeked my interest and love for movies as a kid. Along with "Animal House", "Monty Python and the Holy Grail", "Star Wars", and "The Muppet Show". Pretty f'd up considering that I was between 5-7 years old when all of these movies came out!

Granted, most of the skits are dated, but I think the comedy has held up well with time.

WhyScan's Page Three Report
If Page Three is unfamiliar to you, this link describes the Page Three tradition.

Page 3 Gold is Jane Warner from 21st April 1978.

Billie Piper

Another Page 3 favorite....Jakki

Brain Scan
Viviane Araujo
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Comments by Brain Scan:
You gotta admire the folks who publish Brazilian magazines, two of which provided the originals from which these scans were taken. One is Ele Ela and the other Sexy. They and the Brazilian edition of the bunny mag do not try to make gynecologists of their readers and do not worship at the altar of the surgically enhanced breast, but devote their attention to the female form in all its beauty. And since women in Brazil seem to have the finest fannies on the planet what you get from the mags is very impressive, yes?
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Anna Friel Topless pic from a British Tabloid. Not too sure of the story behind the image however.
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Viewer Comments
Meredith Vieira from yesterday's edition

I hate to have to tell you this, but those are not Meredith's breasts. I vaguely remember that episode when I was home sick one day. Apparently she was showing off some fake boob top (mainly to shock Barbara Walters I imagine), and made the comment that if she kept whipping them out, she would show hers by accident. Kinda threw me off too.

Viewer Requests
Brooke Satchwell, from the Aussie soap "Neighbours". Apparently there are some good pics in the the Aussie magazine Ralph.

The Funnies
Deep Thoughts, by Jack Handey
  • After I die, wherever my spirit goes, I'm going to try to get back and visit my skeleton at least once a year, because, "Hey, old buddy, how's it going?"
  • If you were a gladiator in olden days, I bet the inefficiency of how the gladiator fights were organized and scheduled would just drive you up a wall.
  • Worship the potato? The idea seemed silly to me. But then I thought, what else is more deserving of worship? It's simple, it comes from the earth, and it can kill you if you disobey it.
  • Sometimes I think you have to march right in and demand your rights, even if you don't know what your rights are, or who the person is you're talking to. Then, on the way out, slam the door.
  • If you ever feel like you're on the verge of a nervous breakdown, just follow these simple rules: First, calm down; second, come over and wash my car; third, shine all my shoes. There, isn't that better?
  • In weightlifting, I don't think sudden, uncontrolled urination should automatically disqualify you.
  • If you had a school for professional fireworks people, I don't think you could cover fuses in just one class. It's just too rich a subject.
  • I hope life isn't a big joke, because I don't get it.
  • Instead of burning a guy at the stake, what about burning him at the STILTS? It probably lasts longer, plus it moves around.
  • If your friend is already dead, and being eaten by vultures, I think it's okay to feed some bits of your friend to one of the vultures, to teach him to do some tricks. But ONLY if you're serious about adopting the vulture.
  • It's interesting to think that my ancestors used to live in the trees, like apes, until finally they got the nerve to head out onto the plains, where some were probably hit by cars.
  • What is it that makes a complete stranger dive into an icy river to save a solid-gold baby? Maybe we'll never know.
  • When this girl at the museum asked me who I liked better, Monet or Manet, I said, "I like mayonnaise." She just stared at me, so I said it again, louder. Then she left. I guess she went to try to find some mayonnaise for me.
  • Can't the Marx Brothers be arrested and maybe even tortured for all the confusion and problems they've caused?
  • How come the dove gets to be the peace symbol? How about the pillow? It has more feathers than the dove, and it doesn't have that dangerous beak.
  • I can picture in my mind a world without war, a world without hate. And I can picture us attacking that world, because they'd never expect it.
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    I'll go through the new releases tomorrow. I've had some monster flu or something, and I spent altogether too much of my waking time on Topsy-Turvy, which had nudity, but from obscure bit players. The movie is the story of how Gilbert and Sullivan came to write The Mikado. It chronicles a bit of their private lives, a bit of their relationship to each other, a bit of their previous musicals, and a bit of the supporting producers and actors who were important to their productions. It is more of a history lesson than an entertainment. If you love Gilbert and Sullivan, you will adore it for the insights, for the period detail, for the backstage gossip, and for the actual scenes lovingly and colorfully recreated. If you don't know who they are, or don't have any interest in their work or the period in which they lived, Victorian England, then you will find it a very slow 140 minutes. I found the first 60 minutes quite slow, and I was enthusiastic about the subject matter.

    "Sex and the City", from Tuna

    Tuna's thoughts: Sex in the City, year 1, Episode 6. "Secret Sex". Episode 6 of Sex in the City is about men who have relationships with women they don't want to be seen with just for the sex. Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) is on a date with "Mr. Big" who takes her to a small Chinese restaurant where she meets a friend and his date (Heather Barclay). Later, she learns from her friend that he takes this girl there because he doesn't want to be seen with her. She is not all that attractive, and they have little in common other than great sex. Also, since he has no expectations of a relationship with this woman, he feels less inhibited. Carrie begins to worry that Mr. Big took her there for the same reason.

    Heather Barclay has no credits at IMDB at all. She looks familiar to me, but has probably never had a big enough part to get noticed.

    thumbnails Kim Cattrall (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

    "The Blood-Splattered Bride", from Tuna

    This has been floating around in a highly edited video version under the name of "Til Death Do Us Part". With the newly released DVD, you can now see what has been missing.

    Here is a very unusual link for this movie. Click here for the complete text of the novel upon which the movie is based, Carmilla, by Sheridan Le Fanu. For you genre fans this is not just a summary or a review, but the entire novel, with footnotes.

    Tuna's thoughts: The Blood Spattered Bride (1972 La Novia Ensangrentada) is a vampire film written and directed by Spanish Born Vincente Adanda and is based on the novel Carmilla by Sheridan Le Fanu. It stars veteran Spanish scream queen Maribel Martin, and English born Alexandra Bastedo (who seems to have made movies in numerous European countries). According to Maltin, Carmilla had enough story for a good film, but Blood Spattered Bride did not do it justice. The plot was hard to follow (as evidenced by the fact that the first comment at IMDB has several things wrong), and the film was previously available in the US in a heavily censored version. The DVD is a director's cut, and gets good marks for nudity. Indeed, Maribel wins best achievement by nipples for their outstanding performance (see images 4, 5 and 7).

    It is the story of newlyweds. The bride begins having nightmares (the first is of her rape) at the first hotel stop on their honeymoon. Her husband is not especially gentle or sensitive on their wedding night either. They travel to his ancestral castle, where the bride (Maribel) comes under the power of a relative who has been dead for 200 years. Her nightmares increase in frequency, and begin to focus on murdering her husband with a Kris dagger. The long-dead relative, of course, is undead. This part is played by Bastedo, who has one long nude sequence where the husband finds her buried in the sand and slowly uncovers her (image 2), then puts her nude into his car.

    I didn't hate this film, but was probably seeing a better version (good DVD transfer, decent English dubbing and restored footage) than other reviewers had access to. The acting is adequate, and the plot confusion served to make me pay attention. If you choose to rent this one, make sure you get the DVD version.

    thumbnails Alexandra Bastedo (1, 2, 3, 4) Maribel Martin (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12)

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