Femmes Fatales Apr 23 2013
A MIKI SITUATION
She’s never been the clothes minded type.

Above, an image of Japanese actress Miki Sugimoto, who appeared in such movies as Zeroka no onna: Akai wappa, aka Zero Woman: Red Handcuffs and Sukeban gerira, aka Girl Boss Guerilla, seen here doing, um, we don’t know. She’s sort of making the sign of the horns with her right hand, though, and that was traditionally meant to ward off bad luck. Didn’t work, clearly, since she lost her clothes somewhere. Circa 1973. 

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Vintage Pulp Dec 2 2012
21 BUN SALUTE
Butt on the other hand...

Above, a poster for Noribumi Suzuki’s Ero shogun to nijuichi nin no aisho, aka Lustful Shogun and His 21 Mistresses, aka The Erotic Shogun and His Twenty-One Prostitutes, which starred Tôru Abe, Yasumori Hikita, and also features three of our favorite pinku actresses, Reiko Ike, Yayoi Watanabe, and Miki Sugimoto. We had a bit of a debate here at Pulp HQ as to the actual number of buns 21 women possess. Would it be 21 or 42? The PI girlfriends just rolled their eyes at this question, by the way. But it’s worth exploring. In the strictly physical sense, a bun possesses two halves, right? Thus one woman has one bun, comprised of two halves, each of which might be useful for an open face sandwich, perhaps, but which cannot by itself constitute a whole. Alternatively, when referring to a person’s backside, you might observe that she has nice buns. More to the point, if there were, say, a tattoo there, you might say, “She has a tattoo on her right bun.” Actually, first you might say, “Poor girl. That looks really frickin’ trashy and she has no idea.” But then you’d say she has a tattoo on her right bun. Or left bun, as the case may be. Or saddest of all, across both buns. All of which would seem to imply that 21 women have 42 buns. The PI girlfriends suggested we go with the British term “bum,” which is not in any way ambiguous, but also doesn’t rhyme with “gun,” which was really the whole point. Actually, it technically could rhyme with gun, depending on how loose your interpretation of rhyming is. Certainly, a rapper would agree that bum rhymes with gun, but we don’t rap, so in the end, we went with bun. That is, one woman has one bun. All pretty confusing, truthfully. At this point we’d normally do a quick review, maybe show you some still shots of these 21 mistresses that populate Ero shogun to nijuichi nin no aisho, maybe even mention that it premiered in Japan today in 1972, but after dragging you through the cramped, dark spider hole of our editorial process, the least we can do is show you an/some actual bun/buns. So there’s Reiko’s below. Hooray!


 
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Vintage Pulp Aug 12 2012
GERIRA WARFARE
We have two posters here for the classic pinku flick Sukeban gerira, aka Girl Boss Guerilla, with Miki Sugimoto and Reiko Ike. The top version is pretty hard to find, and the bottom one is ultra rare. Unfortunately, because our column width here is a bit narrow, the second poster’s horizontally oriented design loses something, but we did upload a rotated version as well, so if you want to see a bit more detail, drag it to your desktop and turn it. A third version of this poster was included with a post we did last year, and you can see that here (it’s next to last in the group). Sukeban gerira premiered in Tokyo today in 1972.
 

 
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Femmes Fatales Jun 5 2012
WHEAT INSPIRATION
Until she finds a right hand man, she’ll have to manage by herself.

Above, an ultra rare promo poster of pinku star Miki Sugimoto handling her business in a wheat field, circa 1973. We’ve had this one laying around for more than three years and finally shared it today for no real reason at all save that we have so many other posters of this exact type that it’s probably time to either hide them away for good, or just be brazen and start uploading them. Lucky you, we chose option two. 

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Vintage Pulp May 24 2012
ESCAPE PLAN
They tried to make me go to Reform School and I said, no, no, no.

Posters for Miki Sugimoto’s 1973 pinku flick Sukeban–Kankain Dasso, aka Girl Boss: Escape from Reform School abound online, but Toei Studios routinely had more multiple versions of their promos and, as far as we can tell, this particular door length sheet has not appeared before. At least, not uncensored. Sugimoto starred in the movie when she was a pinku icon, yet today it is obscure. It has no IMDB entry at all, and has only a filmography listing on both English and Japanese Wikipedia. We saw the movie several years ago and can’t remember it well enough to give a real summary, but the title tells the story. Besides, if you know anything about pinku, then you already know what happens. Sukeban–Kankain Dasso premiered in Japan today in 1973. 

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Vintage Pulp Oct 28 2011
BEE BOPPED
These Yakuza never learn.

Above is a nice panel length poster for 1972’s Sukeban berûsu: mesubachi no chosen, aka Girl Boss Blues: Queen Bee’s Challenge, the second entry in the Girl Boss series made by Toei Studios in the early 1970s. This one stars Reiko Ike (before the tattoo), along with Chiyoko Kazama, and Miki Sugimoto in an appearance just lengthy enough for her to get a couple of bottles of cola sprayed up her ya-ya. If you can wrest your eyes from the constantly recurring tableaux of perfect skin, there is a plot, and it involves a pair of girl gangsters/bitter rivals captured by a yakuza boss and subjected to various sadistic tortures (including that old Japanese favorite—rope bondage, aka kinbaku-bi). Of course, the abuse in these films is inevitably followed by much deserved revenge against the evil males, up close and bloody. But it isn’t all violence and vengeance. There are some effective moments of comedy, and of course, the film is beautifully shot. All-in-all, Sukeban berûsu: mesubachi no chosen is a must-see for pinku fans. You’ll learn exactly how effective a handful of soap foam can be for covering a woman’s bush. 

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Vintage Pulp Jan 13 2011
ROSE MADDER
The secret life of flowers.

There’s quite a bit of information about Norifumi Suzuki’s pinku masterpiece Sukeban, aka Girl Boss Revenge: Sukeban on the web already, so we don’t need to add to it. And if you’re looking for posters, the promo art for this film is also abundant. But we can’t really call ourselves one of the go-to spots for pinku art without featuring this classic, so we have said poster above, with avenging angel Miki Sugimoto sporting a rose tattoo on her thigh, and co-star Reiko Ike lurking in the background. You can read a detailed review of the film and see a trailer at the website Spinning Image. Also, keep an eye out on Pulp Intl.—we have an amazing nude promo poster of Sugimoto, never before seen on the internet, that we’ll be sharing in the next few weeks. Sukeban premiered in Japan today in 1973. 

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Vintage Pulp Oct 27 2010
UNCHAINED MELODY
Mad as hell and not going to take it anymore.


Japanese poster for Zenka onna: koroshi-bushi, aka Criminal Woman: Killing Melody, with Reiko Ike and Miki Sugimoto. It premiered in Japan today in 1973, but you might already know that, because we did a post on this film last year. You can see that post, and that poster, here.

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Vintage Pulp Sep 29 2010
CLASS ACTION

Below, two posters for Norifumi Suzuki’s actioner Kyôfu joshikôkô: Onna bôryoku kyôshitsu, aka Terrifying Girls High School: Women’s Violent Classroom, with Reiko Ike and Miki Sugimoto. It premiered in Tokyo today in 1972. 

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Vintage Pulp Jul 3 2010
BOUDOIRS OF A GEISHA
Hope Springs eternal in the human breast.

We’ve been watching a lot of these old Japanese films lately because, well, they’re usually pretty fun. Today we have Toei Studios’ comedic romp Onsen suppon geisha, aka Hot Springs Kiss Geisha, and to cut right to the chase here, Miki Sugimioto stars as a character known as Prostitute with Strong Vagina Muscles. Seriously. But it’s all in good fun. Which reminds us, we feel we’ve been remiss in pointing out to those unfamiliar with pinku, Roman porno and the like that these flicks aren’t pornographic. Sexually discomfitting? Yes. Absurd? Usually. In terrible taste? Almost always. But they aren’t pornographic. Everything is accomplished through suggestion, camera angles and clever editing. Onsen suppon geisha was part of a Hot Springs series, with Sugimoto having debuted in the first installment in 1971. In this one, she’s so good at using that super strong vagina of hers that she can fuck guys to death. In the end, she’s pitted against a sexual superman and a showdown ensues. There’s also a subplot about a mad scientist type who needs vaginal juices to create a potion designed to turn Japanese girls black—see below. Is this where the ganguro trend began? We have no idea. Onsen suppon geisha opened in Japan today in 1972. 

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