|Femmes Fatales||Jan 14 2020|
Oh what a wonderful Day.
This nice floral themed photo features the beautiful U.S. model and actress Mary Weston—aka Venetia Day, Venecia Day, and Vinicia Day. The shot came from a Dutch magazine called Blacky. Yes, you just read that correctly. We just work here. Those old supersaturated Dutch nudie mags often didn't bother with copyright info, but we're guessing the image appeared around 1975. Weston/Day had several notable acting roles, including in the film Can I Keep It Up for a Week? and the television shows Smiley's People and The Chinese Detective. All good, but we particularly dig the fact that she had an uncredited appearance in the cheeseball sci-fi show Space: 1999, which we've been watching of late and really love, in that guilty pleasure sort of way. You may be wondering if Weston/Day ever got out from behind those flowers, and in fact she did. We'll show you one of those photos later. Meantime, you can see more of her inside a tabloid we uploaded several years ago. Look here.
NetherlandsKeep It Up for a Week?Smiley's PeopleThe Chinese DetectiveSpace: 1999Venecia DayVinicia DayVenetia DayMary Westonnudie magstelevision
|Vintage Pulp||Dec 6 2014|
National Spotlite isn’t exactly illuminating but at least it’s entertaining.
This National Spotlite was published today in 1971. Betty Flenders graces the cover and centerfold, the beautiful Mary Weston, aka Venecia Day, brags about her sexual prowess inside, burlesque dancers Ava Braniff, Gid-Jet, and Rita Atlanta pose for insets, and Swede Barbara Klingered tries to keep her balance on a Zündapp motorcyle in a photo that gives us a trifecta of rare images from that session. The issue concludes with a sexual horoscope from resident seer Celestia. For more from the rare National Spotlite click its keywords at bottom.
National SpotliteBarbara KlingeredAva BraniffRita AtlantaBetty FlendersMary WestonVenecia Daynudityburlesquetabloid