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Old 11-08-2009, 03:18 PM   #21
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Pt 3, with the thong like outfits I mentioned before. Final part.

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Old 11-10-2009, 09:31 AM   #22
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More pre code fun, from the 1934 film Search for Beauty. Another one from Paramount.
Starring a very young Ida Lupino, and two ladies from the film above, Gertrude Michael(the bitchy woman, who knocks the maid down) and the very, very cute starlet Toby Wing.
GRRRRR! looks like Image bam has gone dupe image crazy again! Anyway, check out that really hot brunette facing the lockers, that's a set of legs and an Ass that even in 2009 anyone would notice!
Had to edit out a lot of scenes....sadly they kept wanting to show us the male form! What was funny though is early in the film a gal with binoculars focuses right in on Buster Crabbe's package! Can't believe that got by the censors!
Also, check out the last caps here, first instance of Camel Toe on film?????


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Oh this pisses me off, so hard to delete dupe images! Anyway, here are Toby Wing and the Blond Ida Lupino(with a hint of her British accent still around!) being quite sexy. Especially lifting up an already very short teddy!

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Born: Jolene Marie Bufkin on July 31, 1934 in Los Angeles, California, USA
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Actress Jolene Brand, who, amongst other things, starred with Ernie Kovacs in his old TV show:


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21 screen caps of Ann Wedgeworth as Thaylene Cheatham from Love and a .45 (1994).
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Roshanara (Olive Craddock)
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"Roshanara was born as Olive Craddock to an Irish military officer stationed in Calcutta in 1882. Her adopted stage name reflected her exotic dancing style which stemmed from her familiarity with Southeast Asian culture. She appeared onstage in London, toured with legendary ballerina Anna Pavlova, performed throughout India, and gave movement lessons to the young Bette Davis."

"Roshanara died at the age of thirty-four from appendicitis (VO, 1:21 July 1926)."

"Learning of her death in 1926, Robert Henri (1865-1929) described Roshanara as having given "beauty to the world in her dancing and by her spirit for grace and poise" (Henri's diary, July 30, 1926, p. 13)."








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Hasoutra (Ryllis Barnes Simpson)

“Ryllis Barnes was born in St Louis Missouri on 24 September, 1899 .
She became a dancer for the Ziegfeld Follies and performed as a featured dancer in "Spice of 1922" on Broadway. Under the name, Hastoura, she traveled abroad to Europe and Asia and studied the indigenous dances of those regions. The style for which she was best known was a version of a Javanese dance. She also created original dances for the music of the Haitian composer Justin Elie. Her career as a dancer advanced mostly in the theatres of Europe and she gave only occasional recitals in New York after 1928.
After retiring from the stage, Ryllis was employed for 20 years by the US Foreign Service.
She married Sidney Simpson who became dean of the New York University Law School.
Ryllis Barnes Simpson died in New York in February 1978.”
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“Ryllis Barnes Simpson, 79, Dancer for Florenz Ziegfeld
Ryllis Barnes Simpson, who was a featured dancer for Florenz Ziegfeld in 1922 on the New Amsterdam Roof in New York and later served as a foreign-service officer for the State Department, died Saturday in Lenox Hill Hospital after a long illness. She was 79 years old and lived at 185 East 85th Street.
Mrs. Simpson, widow of Sidney Simpson, dean of the Law School at New York University, was known professionally as “Hastoura, the golden idol of New York, Paris, London,” and made four world tours between 1920 and 1950 with her own entertainment company. She was with the State Department form 1952 to 1972. She was a member of the Ziegfeld Club, 55 West 42d Street. She left no immediate survivors.”
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“A School that has graduated Stars of International renown, among them: Charles Ray, Doris May, Glen Anders, Ryllis Hasoutra (Barnes), Chester Conklin”
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“Professor Simpson is survived by his widow, Ryllis Hasoutra Simpson; by his mother, Mrs. Harriette P. Simpson; and by a brother and four sisters.”
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“I remember Hasoutra. Well known for her "Gold Number", "Peacock", and "Nautch".”
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Nadja (Beatrice Wanger)

“But Claude Cahun's self-consciousness disturbs and leaves you feeling far more troubled. In every way, she is a surrealist figure. It is fitting that she should have been a close friend, probably a lover, of the original Nadja, the dancer and theosophist Beatrice Wanger, to whom she dedicated a poem, addressing it to Breton. Her friendship with Jacqueline Lamba Breton is more than fitting; Lamba was sensitive to originality, to art of all kinds, and to creative people.”
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“Cahun reputedly had an amorous liaison with Beatrice Wanger, whose 'barefoot' free improvisational dancing style was compared to that of Isadora Duncan.”
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“founded by Berthe D'Yd and Paul Castan. The troupe specialized in what one reviewer described as "dramatic tableaux that made one dream, because of the preciousness and refinement of the palette, of Oscar Wilde's Salome. Cahun assisted with, and occasionally performed in, the theater's esoteric spectacles--which included Sar Peladan’s Babylone, La Prometheide, and Oedipe et le Sphinx. These productions were staged in a cultural center founded by the Societe Theosophique. Moore, by then an accomplished designer, offered her services to the company. The theatrical and fashion designs preserved in the Jersey Heritage Trust archives leave little doubt as to Moore's professional promise in this realm. Her schematic costume drawings, like the ones she conceived for stage idol Edward de Max, are sure-handed and expressive...”
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Stasia Ledova
Stasia Ledowa
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Eleanor Alkens / Eleanore Aikins Lipscomb

“Stasia Ledowa, premiere danseuse of the Chicago Opera Company, danced "The Day of a Butterfly." Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson was Chairman of the Patroness...”
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“Miss Violet Hamilton, Peter Aitken, Alisa Stasia Ledova”
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Eleanore Aikins Lipscomb, 76, a popular ballet dancer.
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Eleanore Aikins Lipscomb, 76, a popular ballet dancer in the United States and Europe in the 1920s and 1930s who performed under the name of Ledova, died Saturday. Born in Kansas City, Mo., she joined the ballet corps of the Chicago Opera at 17 and later performed in Europe. In the early 1930s, she became prima ballerina of the San Carlo Opera, a professional touring company. She retired shortly before World War II after appearing with her own company.
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“A former teacher of Margaret Fisher, Stasia Ledova (Eleanor Alkens), came to Kansas City for a major ballet appearance.”
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Miss Fernande (born about 1892) Paris, France



Miss Fernande was a model for Jean Agelou in the 1910's and apparently into the 1920's.
She lived downtown Paris in a hotel, just two doors away from the Jean Agelou's studio.
Jean Agelou was a well known photographer of portraits, landscapes and nude postcards.
During her modeling days , Miss Fernande modeled for Jean Agelou almost exclusivity ...
She did appear on other cards published under other names, but most were J.A. pictures.
Fernande appeared in few issues of art magazine for students named L'Etude Academique.
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