|Femmes Fatales||Dec 19 2014|
This great promo of American actress Rosalind Miles was made for her role in the low budget Georgina Spelvin actioner Girls for Rent, aka I Spit on Your Corpse. Don’t ask. Anyway, Miles is probably more familiar to movie buffs for Shaft’s Big Score, and she also appreared in Friday Foster, The Black 6, and on several television shows. This image dates from 1974.
|Sex Files||Sep 11 2013|
If you visit this site a lot, you’re used to this—we promise to get back to something and then take forever to do it. But to our credit, we do eventually keep our promises. Today, we’re finally returning to that pile of Japanese x-rated promo posters we’ve accumulated (Japanese as in designed and printed in Japan, but to promote American movies). Above is a poster for a porn compilation entitled That’s Porno, released in 1979 and comprised strictly of sex scenes culled from various films, freed from the tyranny of plotlines and character development (just kidding—we live for plotlines and character development). You have to love the art, which consists of the lips of twenty-two x-rated actresses, some well known, such as Georgina Spelvin and Annette Haven (or Heaven, according to the text), and others virtually forgotten, like Karen Devin and Tina Louise (the other Tina Louise). Anyway, we have eight more posters below and relevant info.
|Vintage Pulp||Jul 9 2009|
Here’s a nice piece of promo art for the x-rated film The Journey of O, with Vanessa Jorson, better known as Clair Dia, and the legendary Georgina Spelvin, circa 1975. If you look around the web you can probably find a torrent of this one, which is perhaps appropriate, since the original edit contained some peeing scenes—and we do mean actor-on-actor, not actor-in-toilet. Too much information? Hey, we’re just doing our jobs. Since finding the Mafé one-sheets a couple of weeks ago, we’ve started really checking out x-rated art, and the stories behind the productions are often quite interesting. At some point after O’s initial release the pee scenes were cut and more sex was edited in, resulting in a disjointed, but infinitely more pleasing film. That means the wet version isn’t readily available, as a download or otherwise (in light of this discussion, the word “download” just sounds dirty, doesn’t it?). Anyway, they say it never rains in Southern California, but it did today, when The Journey of O made its Los Angeles debut.