Vintage Pulp Aug 24 2016
ADVENTURES IN NUDITY
Men's magazine explores the wide world of warm female bodies.


True Adventures may be one of the least adventurous mens magazines we've ever come across. While there is some action presented, mostly the focus in this August 1963 issue is on skin. From France's nudist mecca Île du Levant to the world's wildest bar in Tahiti to the "Belles of Baja" and stops in Greece and Peru the magazine endeavors to combine globe-trotting with just plain globes. It even offers up a feature on Alaskan eskimos—their term not ours—that features that old favorite of b-rate fiction: the girl who strips naked in order to share her body heat with a freezing man. All the tales in this magazine are entertaining and there's also very nice art by Basil Gogos and others. You'll find about thirty scans below. While you're enjoying those we're going to try to convince the Pulp Intl. girlfriends we're freezing.

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Vintage Pulp Aug 20 2016
HELL ON WHEELS
Bad girls, sad girls, you're such dirty bad girls.


It's been five years since our last National Tattler, but we're returning to it because this cover published today in 1967 caught our eye. There were only two types of lesbians in mid-century tabloids—those to be converted to hetero love, and the dangerous kind. Tattler claims to have caught wind of a gang of the dangerous kind, rapists no less, and bikers to boot. We have our doubts. In addition to brutal lesbians you get Melina Mercouri kicked out of Greece by fascists. This story is actually true. Mercouri helped bring international attention to the cabal of colonels who had illegally taken over the country and in retaliation they revoked her citizenship and confiscated her property. But Mercouri outlasted the military junta, resettled in Greece in 1974, and later became the country's minister of culture.

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Vintage Pulp Jul 5 2014
ALL ABOUT EVI
How’s about we skip the marriage and you stay wild?

Today we have yet another cover of the tabloid Midnight, this time with Greek actress Evi Mirandi, better known as Evi Marandi, declaring she’ll marry any man who can tame her. We first encountered her a couple of years ago inside this issue of The National Star Chronicle, where she said “It’s easy to keep a man—if you have enough bed appeal,” and added that, “Every woman is a natural temptress.” So that raises a crucial question: Would you really want to tame a person like that? 

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Modern Pulp Jan 20 2014
RIPE AND READY
The Greek Isles work their strange magic yet again.

The above poster for Griechische Feigen, aka The Fruit Is Ripe, isn’t as artful as those we usually share, but we’re adding it to the site anyway because the movie is set in the Greek Isles—and you know we love the Greek Isles. This follows the same basic plot as other films set there, such as Summer Lovers, Lesbo, and many more—i.e., the landscape, lifestyle, and sense of timelessness bring out everyone’s inner freak. Griechische Feigen is classic sexploitation, well worth a viewing, and good for a laugh. It’s also of special note because it stars two early Pulp Intl. femmes fatales—Betty Vergès and Olivia Pascal, who you can see here and here. We don’t claim Griechische Feigen is a good film—we wouldn’t dare. But it’s certainly good inspiration for your travels, whether to Greece, or anywhere the sun shines bright on endless ocean and the nights last forever. It premiered in West Germany today in 1977.    


 
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Femmes Fatales Jul 11 2013
CIVILIZING INFLUENCE
Candice Bergen stands on the brink of ruin.

We have just one more item related to Greece, a promo photo of Candice Bergen taken in the ruins of ancient Delphi. She’s in costume for her 1966 film The Day the Fish Came Out, and the photo was made during the same promo session as one we shared two years ago from Galaxidi. You can see that image of Bergen and her ass here. 

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Vintage Pulp Jul 9 2013
SUPER MARIO
Just add him to the long list of genius Italian illustrators.

Even though we found no Greek pulp, we do have a related item we want to share with you. The above poster is for the Italian movie Lesbo, which is partially set in Greece. We shared two versions of this promo way back in 2009 and had no idea about the artist. Now we know that the person behind this is Mario De Berardinis. As it happens, we’ve collected other pieces of his and a few appear below. You can see the other two Lesbo posters here, and if you haven’t seen the top notch Italian poster art we’ve already shared, have look at Mafe, Symeoni, Nistri, and Aller. 

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Intl. Notebook Jul 8 2013
GREEK IDYLL
Apparently there's too much sun, sand and surf to waste time writing crime novels.


We have returned from our sojourn in the Greek Isles. We wondered whether it might look anything like the movie G-String Festival, which we reviewed last week, and we have to say, yes, it did at times. But as far as finding pulp—no such luck. We don't know about mainland Greece, but on the islands, at least, it seems people are too busy being hedonists to write about crime and scandal. We did find a nice basement bookstore in Oia, on the island of Santorini, that had some used items (above), but the crime books there were not Greek, not vintage, and not collectible. Anyway, we're back home and by tomorrow should be publishing according to our usual schedule. And our final assessment on Greece? Well, we've always said of Paris that if cities were a competition, the French have beaten everybody by a mile. Similarly, if lifestyle were a competition, Greek islanders have won. In a rout.

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Femmes Fatales Jul 5 2013
MADE IN GREECE
Greek exports are looking good.

Above are two nice images of Greek actress Rika Dialina, who in 1954 was chosen to represent her country in the Miss Universe beauty pageant but was denied entry into the U.S. for communist affiliations. What affiliations? She illustrated a book that had supposed communist themes. But U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles used his influence to get Dialina a visa and she went on to appear in the pageant, as well as about thirty movies. These two shots are from 1968. 

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Intl. Notebook Jun 27 2013
GREEK WEEK
Greece is the word, is the time, is the place, is the motion. Greece is the way we are feeling.

We never liked that song “Grease” until now. We suppose thanks to Barry Gibb are in order. As far as the “Greek Week” header goes, we’ll actually be away more than a week, but “ten days” doesn’t rhyme with anything. In any case, we’re outtie. As we said yesterday, we’ve got some posts set to show up automatically beginning on Monday, and if we find anything pulp worthy out there we’ll be sure to share it. But as always when we travel, we’d like to point you toward a few very interesting entries to tide you over, here, here, here, herehere, here, definitely here, and who can forget here? Back soon. 

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Vintage Pulp Jun 27 2013
GRAVE CONCERNS
Sometimes dead is better.

Yesterday we thought we had nothing pulp related from Greece, but today we were looking around in a backup hard drive and realized that we do have this one thing—a scan of a Greek poster for the 1971 Italo-horror flick La notte che Evelyn uscì dalla tomba, aka The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave. As it happens, we’ve seen this movie, but we’ve summarized a lot of flicks recently, so we’ll skip this one. Just wanted to share the poster. 

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1921—Arbuckle Manslaughter Trial Ends
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