|Vintage Pulp||Mar 27 2017|
Above is a cover of Folies de Paris et de Hollywood, part of a trove we picked up in Paris several years ago. The rear cover is given to a model we've seen before. She calls herself Arabelle and graced the front of Folies #346, and the cover of Cancans de Paris, both from 1966. This issue of Folies, #350 for the long-running publication, is also from 1966, so Arabelle was pretty busy that year. Inside, other beautiful models pose with whipped cream, a lawn mower, and an antique rifle. All genitals have been removed by Folies airbrushers to protect the innocent. But how much do you wanna bet unretouched prints regularly went home with magazine staffers? We have 30+ scans below.