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speaking of John Boorman. A couple of
months ago I attended a Marcello
Mastroanni restrospective in New York and
got a chance to see Boorman's Leo the
Last. The film is definately a product of
it's time, mainly wacked-out, naive,
nonsensical British films of the '60's,
(God Luv 'em) but it does have quite a
bit of nudity. The best scene by far
involves rich capitaist pigs searching
for their emotions in a swimming pool.
Does anyone have a copy?
I've seen Blue Desert a couple of times
and I dont remember a shower scene - the
nudity in the sex scene is good though .
Lauren Holly in Dangerous Hearts - again
no shower scene but a few almost nipple
slips before ( undressing ) and after (
trying to cover herself ) the sex scene .
Kim Delaney in "Dark Goddess"
aka The Temptress - lots of nudity , but
not very good for capping ( you dont
really see her breasts and face together
+ a bit dark ) . War of the Roses - I
just watched that on HBO about 2 days ago
, dont remember seeing the upskirt but I
wasnt looking for it . From nmd
Mitzi Kapture (Silk Stalkings, Baywatch
star, owner of the most sensational
checkbones and jawline in the universe
with the possible exception of Mimi
Rogers) is as good a rare bird as you'll
find as a subject for nude vidcaps. The
only ones out there are from
"Private Road: No Trespassing."
She also supposedly has a nude scene in a
flick called "Lethal Pursuit."
I am an inveterate B movie video rental
hound and I've never found these two
gems. I have, however, come across a
rental called "The Vagrant," a
delightful study of societal anomie
starring Ms Kapture and Bill Paxton. In
it, Paxton, a new homeowner being
harrassed by a possibly supernatural
vagrant, has a nightmare in which his
fiancee, Mitzi Kapture, is done
doggie-style by the homeless guy, who has
by now transmutated into some kind of
cross between Aqualung and a Yeti. It's a
lovely shot of Miss Kapture on all fours
being worked over by the man-beast. I
re-rented the movie to make sure such a
scene existed and that I had not invented
it out of wishful thinking. And, there it
was again: Mitzi Kapture on all fours
getting the business and enjoying it
thoroughly. Her actual erogenous zones
are obscured by limbs, shadows, the
camera angle, etc. but there's still skin
'o plenty and the very suggestion of what
is taking place is quite delightful. How
about tossing "The Vagrant" out
as a recommendation to the vidcappers?
Better yet, vidclippers. A longtime fan,
and Charlie, Cinemax used to show an
unrated French movie whose name I forget
but it was subtitled "Three Rakish
Tales". A year or so later the same
movie started showing up on Showtime and
Cinemax in an edited "R"
version called "Softly from
Paris". The movie consisted of three
short stories.... First essentially about
spankings.... Second was about a maid
getting tricked into sleeping with the
two masters of the house.. and third was
about a maid sleeping with the delivery
man in a greenhouse. Can't find this
movie on iMDB or your archives... Any
idea what this movie is actually called,
and do either one of you know of any caps
of this film? Thanks, Koala
Light bares soul, more in off-Broadway role
By Linda Prospero
NEW YORK (Reuters) - From beneath the shorn blond tresses, a pate as bald
as Yul Brynner's emerged.
Actress Judith Light, most familiar to audiences through her role as
flaxen-haired Angela Bower in TV's ``Who's The Boss,'' shaved her head for
the role of Vivian Bearing, a patient diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the
off-Broadway play ``Wit.''
``I've been all about my hair forever,'' said Light, who took over her new
role last month from Kathleen Chalfant at New York's Union Square Theater.
It gives her a chance to dig past outward appearances in search of inner
``It is the most wonderful opportunity,'' she said. ``What has shocked me
the most is that I actually do feel beautiful, but I feel beautiful now
from the inside.''
Light sheds more than just her flowing hair for the role. At a crucial
point in Bearing's maturation from an English Literature professor whose
intellectual ability has served her well in life to a patient painfully
dependent upon the medical profession as she nears death, Light flings off
her hospital garb, symbolically freeing herself from life's burdens.
``It was scary for me,'' Light said of the on-stage nudity. ''I thought, 'I
don't want to do this. I don't want people to see me like this.''' But,
stepping back for reflection, she realized, ``This isn't about me. It's not
about taking off my damn clothes. This is about what this moment means
presidential hopeful Bill Bradley
proposed that any advocacy group that
runs a political ad should be forced to
pay for their opponents to air a
dissenting view. Republican chairman Jim
Nicholson branded it the
"goofiest" idea of the campaign
season, saying it's not only
unconstitutional, but if the NAACP ran a
commercial for tolerance, it would have
to pay for the KKK to air the opposing
Honor Blackman, who
starred in "Goldfinger," endorsed Charles
Kennedy, new leader of Britain's Liberal Democrats.
This proves the first rule of politics. If a Kennedy
is involved, you'll find Pussy Galore. (Good joke
written by a professional gagwriter - Pat Reeder, the
guy who wrote the hilarious bad song book,
attendants tell Salon magazine that the
combination of liquor, boredom, darkness
and relaxed dress on airlines has made
people ridiculously shameless about
joining the "mile high club."
Some things they've seen: a couple having
sex in the bathroom while the woman
screamed and attendants pounded on the
door. And an attendant once pulled a
blanket off a man's lap and found a woman
under it giving him oral sex. She told
them, "This is not appropriate
behavior for business class." (They
left out the last two word of the quote
",Mr. President". I guess it
must be OK in First Class, possibly even
included with your fare on some of the
more deluxe carriers.)
Excalibur yesterday. Here are a couple
more frames of Helen Mirren
Here are five
collages of Cherie Lunghi, the woman who
played Guenevere. She has continued to
work steadily since, perhaps not as a
headliner, but as a dependable ensemble
player in movie and TV series.
female star, the woman who played
Arthur's mother, wasn't all that
attractive, and she didn't dance that
well, and she wasn't that great an
actress either. She did have one
important qualification for the job. She
was John Boorman's daughter, Katrine. By
this revised standard, comparing her to
Sofia Coppola, she appears to have the
acting skills of Streep, the looks of
Jacqueline Smith, and the combined
dancing skills of Hammer and Baryshnikov.
seen with her in these scenes is a young
and then relatively unknown Dubliner,
Gabriel Byrne. This movie was his debut
in theatrical films, although he had done
TV work earlier. The movie also features
others in minor roles who were to become
far more famous than Byrne, like Captain
Picard and Oskar Schindler, for example.
Stansfield in "Bounty Hunter"
Ely Pouget in
with her legs in the air, as requested,
though I don't see anything except Dennis
Barbieri in "Double or Nothing"
from the 95
Pirelli calendar, high quality scans from
Czechmate 95. This is December. I'm not
great on model ID's, but I think this is
Auermann, I think.
Model Flesh from Blinky
three-eyed fish isn't an imager or an
editor. He just pores through the model
sites for stuff we might like to see. The
images are small and load fast. Aurelie
Canadas and others.
these if you care to.
usual great stuff from FR
Good on ya,
FR! Lara Flynn Boyle in "Susan's
Boyle in "Susan's Plan"
Henstridge in "Maximum Risk".
More very professional work from from
The name of
the main picture is "Margaux
Hemingway, Paris 1975", by Helmut
Newton. The additional collage is by
Feldbusch. Dueling German talk show
hosts, and beauties both.
Jennifer Aniston from Beercaps. He says
in his e-mail that it's a see-through,
but I think my eyes have gone. Anyway, I