|Femmes Fatales||Dec 14 2011|
Above, an image of German actress Marlene Wiese, who appeared in several movies from 1972 to 1975, seen here in a shot published in the West German magazine Sexy, circa 1973.
|Femmes Fatales||Oct 26 2011|
Edwige Fenech was born Edwige Sfenek in French-controlled Algeria to Maltese and Italian parents, and went on to become one of the most inspiring sex symbols of the late ’60s and early ’70s, acting in giallos, comedies, and horror films, hosting a chat show in the 1980s, and recently appearing in Hostel: Part II. The striking image above is from the West German magazine Sexy, and it dates from 1971 or 1972. The caption tells us Fenech is the “Traum-Girl der Woche,” or Dream-Girl of the Week.
|Intl. Notebook||Apr 7 2009|
We always talk about how Pulp Intl. is like an old bookstore that you need to sort through to find the good stuff. Here’s a prime example. Whenever we screw up a post the blank template sits in the database staring at us, so rather than be reminded of our past mistakes, we eventually use those spots to add items to the website to reward visitors who look really hard. Case in point—a full four years after originally messing up this little spot in the database we've filled it with the above covers of the West German nudie magazine Sexy, all featuring Christina Lindberg in various states of undress and from various lovely angles. As smut mags go, Sexy was a class act, and many aspiring and actual movie stars appeared in its pages. Examples—Edwige Fenech and Marlene Wiese. These four shots of Lindberg were published from 1971 to 1974, and if you’ve found them, they were certainly worth the effort weren’t they?