Femmes Fatales Dec 4 2016
LIFE OF REILLY
Pearls sometimes complete an outfit, but it's the girl that always completes the pearls.

Anastasia Reilly began her show business career tap dancing in New York City at age fourteen, by seventeen was nationally famous as a Ziegfeld Girl, and in this Strauss-Peyton (Benjamin R. Strauss and Homer Peyton) image is on top of the world in a $50,000 string of pearls. That would be about $680,000 today, which sounds like a lot until you learn some pearl necklaces top $2 million, including an $11 million ruby-studded collar that once belonged to Elizabeth Taylor. The above shot was made when Reilly was appearing in the Ziegfeld musical Louie the 14th, which ran for more than three-hundred performances at the Cosmopolitan Theatre through most of 1925. Her role was minor, but we daresay her visual impact was major, even in costume.

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Femmes Fatales Nov 29 2016
TOP TENRO
She's a Ray of hope.

Above, a nice image of a Japanese model with the amazing name Tenro Ray, from an issue of Heibon Punch. Ray appeared in numerous magazines during the 1970s but never starred in any movies, as far as we know. We wish she had. 1974 on this shot. 

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Femmes Fatales Nov 25 2016
THE COLBY REPORT
Who needs force when you have firepower?

Anita Colby, née Anita Counihan, is probably most remembered for her role as the bad girl Flossie in Jules Dassin's film noir Brute Force. It was one of only a few cinematic parts she landed, but it was a memorable one—she robs John Hoyt at gunpoint, kicks him out of his own car, and leaves him stranded. But he remembers her somewhat fondly anyway. Here's how he describes her to another character: “Flossie had looks, brains and all the accessories. She was better than a deck with six aces. But I regret to report that she also knew how to handle a gun—my gun.” Well, nobody's perfect. This image dates from 1947.

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Femmes Fatales Nov 16 2016
SERI FOR MY PAD
Take off your coat. Stay a while.

If the Siri voice application for iPad is ever given a visual form, we vote for this one. The two panels above show lovely Japanese actress Sayaka Seri, aka Meika Seri, who made her debut in 1973 with Yasagure anego den: sôkatsu rinchi, aka Female Yakuza Tale: Inquisition and Torture, but became well known for the Nikkatsu hit (Maruhi) shikijô mesu ichiba, aka Confidential: Secret Market, which was released in 1974. These photos date from that year. You may be wondering if Seri keeps disrobing in subsequent shots. Actually, she does, and if you're really good maybe we'll show you those a bit later.

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Femmes Fatales Nov 14 2016
SONG OF BERN NADETTE
The Good Times just keep on rolling.

American actress Bern Nadette Stanis, born Bernadette Stanislaus is well known for her role as Thelma in the 1970s television show Good Times, but has also appeared in a number of films, including one as recently as this year. In addition to that, she's written a couple of self help books and a volume of poetry. This nice shot probably dates from around 1976.

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Femmes Fatales Nov 10 2016
MY OH MYHRE
In Norway I get to wear this as many as three days a year.

Our first thought upon seeing this was that the shirtdress really needs to return to the fashion scene. Our second thought was that since Wenche Myhre is from Norway, days warm enough for her to wear one may have been few and far between. Myhre appeared in numerous films beginning in 1963 but is perhaps better known as a singer. She released many albums and charted numerous hits—mainly in Germany—throughout the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s. This memorable image of her is from 1966. 

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Femmes Fatales Nov 6 2016
JAZZING IT UP
Kay Kendall deals the room a serious blow.

British actress Kay Kendall is not well known today, but until her early death at age thirty-two she seemed ticketed for longlasting stardom. The above shot is from the comedy Genevieve, where she spontaneously shows the fellas how to play trumpet even though she's absolutely blotto. It's a funny scene in an entertaining movie, and was her breakthrough performance. What wasn't funny was her death. Legend has it that a routine blood test revealed leukaemia, which was disclosed not to her but to husband Rex Harrison, who thought it best to keep her terminal status from her, instead telling her she was suffering from anemia. It isn't clear whether she ever knew what killed her, but one would guess she did, at the end. Today she has a major charity named after her—the Kay Kendall Leukaemia Fund.

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Femmes Fatales Nov 2 2016
CHILLY AND GRAY
She has a classic case of cold feet.

British actress Janine Gray must really be suffering in this cold. She was born in Bombay, India, and though she left at age five, may have been there just long enough to get used to the tropical weather. Her show business career was short, but she did appear in some of the better television series of the 1960s, including The Avengers, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., The Saint, and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour. The shot above was made to promote her role in the cinematic comedy Quick Before It Melts, which is set in Antarctica. Luckily for Gray it was filmed in California. But that's a place that can feel pretty cold too, when you have no pants. See below. 1964 copyright on these images.

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Femmes Fatales Oct 20 2016
ANN JUST LIKE THAT
This is nothing. Let me get loose and I'll really show you what I can do.

This really nice promo shot of a gyrating Ann-Margret was made to promote the film Bus Riley's Back in Town, about a sailor who returns from three years abroad to find that his love has married another man. Notice how she hints at untying that laced up top of hers. 1965 on this unique image.

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Femmes Fatales Oct 15 2016
PIPE DREAM
She's the light at the end of the tunnel.

Above, Japanese roman porno actress Izumi Shima, whose movies we've written about four times, and who we think is one of the more alluring stars of her era. We've already expended a lot of keyboard time on her, so there's little more to say. Read about her films by starting here and following the subsequent links. This image of her in a big pipe of some sort dates from 1979.  

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1918—Wilson Goes to Europe
U.S. President Woodrow Wilson sails to Europe for the World War I peace talks in Versailles, France, becoming the first U.S. president to travel to Europe while in office.
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