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RE: Australian Beauties - 10/17/2019 7:15:12 PM   
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Inspired by the Music thread I think its time for some more dark haired beauties...

Maia Mitchell (Aussie) Grace Phipps (American)




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RE: Australian Beauties - 10/17/2019 7:46:19 PM   
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In the public interest, we present this guide to help you distinguish females who are known as 'Bella'. Not that anyone asked, but it may come up in trivia. In this order:

Bella Heathcote
Bella Thorne
Bella Hadid









warspite1

You forgot one; Bella, the bossy one from The Tweenies




Hmmm...does anyone want to see a picture of Bella Abzug (deceased US politician)?
Didn't think so.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 10/22/2019 2:32:16 AM   
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Hey CB, just watched Red Sparrow this past weekend. Have to say I enjoyed it.






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RE: Australian Beauties - 10/23/2019 1:55:03 AM   
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Birthday girl










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RE: Australian Beauties - 10/29/2019 1:40:42 AM   
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More birthdays










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RE: Australian Beauties - 10/29/2019 5:36:11 PM   
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Watching more old Morse episodes and the actresses 'before they were famous' continue to pop up. Barber, Fairley and Weisz. Gotta love long dark hair










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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/2/2019 12:17:46 AM   
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Ella Rae Peck







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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/8/2019 3:12:43 AM   
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Sherry Jackson, from Star Trek, 1966




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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/8/2019 5:33:54 AM   
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Sherry Jackson, from Star Trek, 1966



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Nice picture

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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/8/2019 5:42:20 AM   
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Ruth Bradley




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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/8/2019 6:38:29 PM   
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I sat next to J.Smith in 1997 at a hamburger joint called,"The Apple Pan" in West Los Angeles. She was hypnotically beautiful to behold in person.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/8/2019 6:38:57 PM   
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Gag. Not pretty.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/8/2019 9:20:19 PM   
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Sherry Jackson, from Star Trek, 1966



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Nice picture


The Enterprise?

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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/9/2019 12:19:38 AM   
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It's the caverns of the ice world Exo-III. She played an android in What Are Little Girls Made of?

Actually this reminds me of a coffee table book I had (but someone "borrowed" and never returned) about the history of Science Fiction. In the highly censored middle decades of the 20th Century, some of the artwork was quite racy. Often women were portrayed in revealing costumes, lolling seductively or in bondage and menaced by aliens or robots. The book said something like, "To teenage boys and young men of the time, this sort of artwork made the future look like an incredibly exciting place to be"


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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/9/2019 1:55:40 AM   
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This sort of thing. Actually, this is the cover of a "Men's Adventure" title, of which there were dozens in the 50s, 60s and 70s. They were almost uniformly awful but they had great, lurid cover art. Often they featured damsels in peril from Nazis, Commies, Middle Eastern types or bikers (often with Wehrmacht helmets).





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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/9/2019 9:02:56 AM   
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This sort of thing. Actually, this is the cover of a "Men's Adventure" title, of which there were dozens in the 50s, 60s and 70s. They were almost uniformly awful but they had great, lurid cover art. Often they featured damsels in peril from Nazis, Commies, Middle Eastern types or bikers (often with Wehrmacht helmets).




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Lolzer I have to say, as a father of two daughters its good that society has moved on in a great many respects


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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/9/2019 10:55:18 AM   
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This sort of thing. Actually, this is the cover of a "Men's Adventure" title, of which there were dozens in the 50s, 60s and 70s. They were almost uniformly awful but they had great, lurid cover art. Often they featured damsels in peril from Nazis, Commies, Middle Eastern types or bikers (often with Wehrmacht helmets).




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Lolzer I have to say, as a father of two daughters its good that society has moved on in a great many respects

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.... oh and by the way, I probably shouldn't ask, but what exactly is a 'torso tosser'?


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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/9/2019 3:56:21 PM   
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It's the caverns of the ice world Exo-III. She played an android in What Are Little Girls Made of?


IIRC, her character and the villain were both disintegrated by phaser at the climax of the episode. Appalling waste . . .

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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/9/2019 4:27:01 PM   
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I see that there are experts here. Good.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/9/2019 7:40:46 PM   
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.... oh and by the way, I probably shouldn't ask, but what exactly is a 'torso tosser'?



Noun
torso tosser (plural torso tossers)

(dated, slang) A burlesque dancer.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/10/2019 6:12:20 AM   
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For Warspite1...





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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/10/2019 6:13:01 AM   
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An early Marilyn Monroe cover...





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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/10/2019 7:08:58 AM   
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Further to the Men's Adventure genre...there had been detective magazines and the like that featured sexy women on the cover before WW2 but it was after the war that there was a massive proliferation of titles. Often they featured real wartime or other adventures but mostly the stories were ludicrous fantasies. They were known by various names, including "Men's Sweats"

In the 50s, there was an obsession with Nazi sadists with busty, scantily clad Western women in peril. By the mid 60s, the trend was moving to Communist sadists with busty, scantily clad Western women in peril etc etc.

Some of the art was technically excellent but usually hilariously lurid and misogynistic. The Nazis often wore swastika belt buckles and had the most ingenious devices of torment. There was no attempt to portray the women in a period-correct way but rather in the fashion of the time of printing. There was an obsession with women being branded with swastikas and often a tormentor had a hand missing and replaced with a whip or a mace. To mix it up, sometimes a male hero was menaced by busty, female Nazi torturers in fetishistic clothing, who were invariably nymphomaniacs as well.

Luckily for the publishers, the baddies always left the girls' underwear on, or their dresses were conveniently torn so as to display plenty of flesh but not the naughty bits. The whole genre was an example of pushing the censorship laws as far as was possible at the time in a society that was clearly becoming more liberal and relaxed about sexuality. Eventually novels (often still illustrated) became more popular and the dramatic relaxing of laws regulating what could be seen in magazines saw Men's Adventure magazines fade away.

There are some good examples of covers here. I didn't attach any images because some might still be a bit suggestive for a family website.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/subtropicbob/sets/72157622346775400


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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/10/2019 1:12:22 PM   
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For Warspite1...



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These even pre-date and old fart like me somewhat.....


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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/10/2019 9:28:59 PM   
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"Phwoooaaar! Nice jugs love. But two and six...bit steep Guvnah"


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RE: Australian Beauties - 11/15/2019 5:49:34 PM   
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Phew, it was a long complicated process but I've managed to extract the cutesy Ruth Bradley from the carnage that was last night's mirror disabling HD crash




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