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    Dame Helen Lydia Mirren, DBE ( nee Mironoff; born 26 July 1945) Happy 72nd Birthday.  

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    Posted without comment ….. except, what the shit was goin’ on in Yugoslavia in the 70’s.

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    John Ernest Joseph Bellocq (1873–1949) E. J. Bellocq and his work is a mystery. Making his living mostly by taking photographs of landmarks, ships and machinery for local companies, he also had a secret photographic life, taking personal photographs of the hidden side of local life, notably the opium dens and the prostitutes of Storyville. Bellocq, […]

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    Bev Robinson, best known as Cindy Ray, was one of the first tattooed pinup girls of Australia. She spent most of her life working as a respected tattoo artist. In the early 1960s, photographs of a heavily tattooed woman from Australia called Cindy Ray started appearing. She was blonde and beautiful with tattoos on her […]

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    Gerard “Jerry” Nolan (May 7, 1946 – January 14, 1992)                                                                                             […]

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  • 09/06/17--10:06: Vogue Picture Discs
  • Vogue picture records were produced by Sav-Way Industries of Detroit, Michigan from 1946 to 1947 (before they went out of business) – there are only 74 different discs. The 10″ discs were created by sandwiching an illustration between 2 clear pieces of vinyl. The picture would usually have something to do with the song – […]

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  • 09/07/17--17:15: Everybody Loves Fairuza Balk
  • Fairuza Balk (born May 21, 1974) That smile, those eyes. Fairuza (Turquoise in Farsi) began her career as Dorothy Gale in the unofficial sequel to Wizard of Oz – 1985’s Return to Oz. She became a teenage Satan worshipper in The Craft, a cat-thing in The Island of Dr. Moreau w/ Marlon Brando, an Academy Award nominated […]

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    Emanuele Taglietti (born 1943) Emanuele started his career as an set designer for his famous cousin – director Michelangelo Antonioni (Blowup). he would go on to work as an assistant director for Federico Fellini and Dino Rissi until the lure of Italian sex art game calling. The 1970’s saw the rise in popularity of digest sized […]

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    The Man Who Fell to Earth – 1976. David Bowie was at the height of his career having just released his brilliant blue-eyed soul LP, Young Americans. He was riding high on the hit Fame and ready to take over the world. The next logical step – movies. And what a movie. The casting of […]

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  • 09/16/17--11:05: RIP – Harry Dean Stanton
  • Harry Dean Stanton (July 14, 1926 – September 15, 2017) with a career that lasted over 60 years, Harry Dean Stanton went from character actor w/ small rolls in mostly westerns to an unlikely leading man in his late 50’s. You’d always know that even if it was a bad movie it had a chance if […]

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