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GOURMET PRESENTS AN ESSEX PRODUCTION MARY!MARY!. a Gourmet Edition All Color

N.P: N.P. n.d. [circa 1977] 40pp., including covers, unpaginated, glossy erotic film magazine, promoting the hard core pornographic film starring Constance Money, Sharon Thorpe and John Leslie. Illustrated with graphic, hard core, color photos from the film. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$45.00

THE UPPER HAND [Set of twenty-five issues]. The Monthly Forum Devoted to Red-Hot, Adult Spanking Nos. 1-25

Capitola, CA: Calbrat Enterprises. 1991-1993. Twenty-five issues, 14-28 pp. each. Some b/w illustration and photos. Edited by Barbara Lewis. Real-life spanking stories, mostly featuring women and sassy brats getting the OTK punishments that deserve and/or crave, but also include stories of women taking charge and disciplining men. Bare hands, hair brushes, etc. Includes some personal ads. Covers printed on bottom-blushing pink paper, as well as the interiors of issues 1-19. Also includes two 8-page catalogues of spanking videos, audio tapes, and back issues. Magazine-size newsletter, stapled in corner. Light shelfwear; minor oxidation to staple. Very good

$250.00

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW April 1964 (US edition)

London: Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd.. 1964. 32 pp., including covers, semi-slick magazine featuring previews, reviews, and articles on international films, covering art house, mainstream, and exploitation-type films. Illustrated from b/w film stills and pin-ups. This issue includes: Anthony Mann's The Fall of the Roman Empire (starring Sophia Lore). The New Czech Cinema. Fresh Faces in Hungarian Films. Paule Delsol. Marcel Carne. Vadim's La Ronde (Jane Fonda, Jean-Claude Brialy, Anna Karina). Centerspread: pics of Catherine Spaak, Sophia Loren. The New Spanish Cinema. The Senta of Attraction (Senta Berger). Wide Screen Rituals (Kali-Yug, etc). Cover: Rikki and Her Men. Contents same as the UK March edition, with some different ad material. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; three hole-punches along spine from binder. Very good

$25.00

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW February 1964

London: Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd.. 1964. 32 pp., including covers, semi-slick magazine featuring previews, reviews, and articles on international films, covering art house, mainstream, and exploitation-type films. Illustrated from b/w film stills and pin-ups. This issue includes: Controversy (Bergman's The Silence, Delphine Seyrig in Resnais' Muriel).The Indian Woman in the Films of Satyajit Ray. Love and Variations (Francoise Dorleac in Truffuat's La Peau Douce, Brigitte Bardot in Le Mepris, Jeanne Moreau in The Train, Jane Fonda in The Love Cage). Jacques Demy's Musical Les Parapluies de Cherbourg. Freud and teh French. Sex and the Italians. A Letter from Barbara Wachowicz. Pics of Ingrid Bergman in The Visit, Marisa Mell, Mylene Demongeot, Dany Carrel. Cover: Francoise Dorleac and Jean Desailly in Truffuat's La Peau Douce. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$25.00

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW January 1965

London: Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd.. 1965. 32 pp., including covers, semi-slick magazine featuring previews, reviews, and articles on international films, covering art house, mainstream, and exploitation-type films. Illustrated from b/w film stills and pin-ups. This issue includes: Marcello Mastroanni in Casanova 70. 1964 - 1965 (The Silence, La Peau Douce, Giuletta degli Spiriti, The Bible). Welles' Falstaff. Festival Review (includes mention of The New American Cinema (Mekas, P Adams Sitney). Emerging Canada. Satyajit Ray's Charulata. New From France (Le Vampire du Dusseldorf, Varda's Le Bonheur). From Paris (Jane Fonda in La Ronde). Full-page Sophie Daumier pic. Show Time (sexy burlesque pics). Two-page spread shwoing Margaret Lee undressing. The Leg- itimate Cinema (gals and their gams). Monica Vitti, Claudia Cardinale. Cover: Jeanne Moreau as Mata Hari, Agent H 21. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; three hole-punches along spine from binder; some lines underlined on two pages. Very good

$25.00

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW March 1964

London: Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd.. 1964. 32 pp., including covers, semi-slick magazine featuring previews, reviews, and articles on international films, covering art house, mainstream, and exploitation-type films. Illustrated from b/w film stills and pin-ups. This issue includes: Anthony Mann's The Fall of the Roman Empire (starring Sophia Lore). The New Czech Cinema. Fresh Faces in Hungarian Films. Paule Delsol. Marcel Carne. Vadim's La Ronde (Jane Fonda, Jean-Claude Brialy, Anna Karina). Centerspread: pics of Catherine Spaak, Sophia Loren. The New Spanish Cinema. The Senta of Attraction (Senta Berger). Wide Screen Rituals (Kali-Yug, etc). Cover: Rikki and Her Men. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$25.00

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW August 1964

London: Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd.. 1964. 32 pp., including covers, semi-slick magazine featuring previews, reviews, and articles on international films, covering art house, mainstream, and exploitation-type films. Illustrated from b/w film stills and pin-ups. This issue includes: Berlin 64 (Ray's Mahanagar, Sachiko Hidari in She and He, Rod Steiger in The Pawnbroker). Marcello Mastroanni. News from Italy. From France. Holidays Abroad (beach babes). Pop-German (Senta Berga). Wajda-Kawalerowicz -Ford. Letter from Poland. Pasolini's The Gospel According to St. Matthew. Cover: Lion Man (Lisa Daniely). Note: ad for nudist magazine Sun & Health from UK distributor). Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$25.00

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW November 1964

London: Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd.. 1964. 32 pp., including covers, semi-slick magazine featuring previews, reviews, and articles on international films, covering art house, mainstream, and exploitation-type films. Illustrated from b/w film stills and pin-ups. This issue includes: Jeanne Moreau as Mata Hari. Ingrid Thulin as The Lady. Daniele Delorme. Anne Heywood as Alexa. De Laurentiis' The Bible. New Films: Visconti, Bolognini. Picsof Claudia Cardinale, Sandra Milo. San Francisco Festival. Le Ore Nude. Les Barbouzes. New Films of Claude Chabrol and Agnes Varda. Il Demonio. Cover: Macha Meril in Jean-Luc Godard's La Femme Mariee. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$25.00

MORE THAN 500 TITS & ASSES Vol. 4, No. 4

Wilmington: Eros Publishers. 1975. 68pp., including covers. Erotic photo magazine illustrated with b/w photographs, plus color covers. The title says it all! Models include Uschi Digard, Roxanne Brewer, Anne Ali, Roberta Pedon (plus back cover), Serena, Nika Movenka, et al. A nice selection of models in lingerie and au naturel, with many busty gals. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; ligt rubbing to covers. Very good

$55.00

PICTORIAL SEXPRESS Vol. 02, No. 01 | A Parliament Publication

North Hollywood: Jaybird Enterprises. 1969. 72pp., including covers, illustrated from b/w and color photos. Men's magazine featuring sexually explicit nude photographs, plus gag jokes and cartoons. 'A gala parade of girls and gags.' A nice collection of Parliament girls, from the brazenly sexual to the softly seductive: lots of beaver shots, glamour babes to girls next door, lesbians and couples. Cartoons by Bob Zahn, Ted Trogdon, etc., and one by Bill Ward cartoon. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$45.00

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW January 1963

London: Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd.. 1963. 32 pp., including covers, semi-slick magazine featuring previews, reviews, and articles on international films, covering art house, mainstream, and exploitation-type films. Illustrated from b/w film stills and pin-ups. This issue includes: The Eclipse (Antonioni).Nana and Joan (Godard's Vivre sa vie [It's My Life, in UK release] & Bresson's Joan of Arc). The American Rat. Michel Deville. Beauty and the Director. Zola's Germinal. Teenagers (film round-up). Calendar: Sylvia Koscina. Chabrol: Le Beau Serge to Ophelia. The Threepenny Opera. The Kafka Story. Films for Naturists. Cover: Brigitte Bardot in Love on a Pillow [Warrior's Rest]. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$25.00

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW September 1963 (US edition)

London: Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd.. 1963. 32 pp., including covers, semi-slick magazine featuring previews, reviews, and articles on international films, covering art house, mainstream, and exploitation-type films. Illustrated from b/w film stills and pin-ups. This issue includes: Berlin and Moscow Festivals. The World's Most Beautiful Swindlers. Roger Vadim on Chateau en Suede (Monica Vitti, Jean- Louis Trintignant, Jean-Claude Brialy). Evreux 16mm Festival. Annecy (animation). Eyes on Skis (Michael Keatering's new naturist film). La Pupa (Michele Mercier pics). Italiana. Latin American Films at Sestri Levante. The Face of Jeanne Moreau (Eva, Bay of Angels). Bunuel's Nazarin. Films and Stars in Britain. Cover: Brigitte Bardot in Godard's Le Mepris [Contempt]. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; three hole-punches to margin, from binder. Else very good

$25.00

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW May 1963

London: Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd.. 1963. 32 pp., including covers, semi-slick magazine featuring previews, reviews, and articles on international films, covering art house, mainstream, and exploitation-type films. Illustrated from b/w film stills and pin-ups. This issue includes: Cannes 1963. Hamlet USSR, by Kira Kulikova. Peau de Banane. Caram Bolages. OSS 117. The World's Best Swindles (proposed omnibus film by Godard, Chabrol, Gregoretti, Polanski). Mario Bava's Three Faces of Fear. Monicelli's The Comrades. Best of Bergman. From Germany. The Leopard (Visconti). Bergman's Winter Light. Cover: Jeanne Moreau in Joseph Losey's Eva. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$25.00

MONSIEUR Vol. 9, No. 2, December

New York: Kenden Publications, Inc.. 1966. 68pp., including covers, men's magazine featuring black & white, duotone and color nude pictorials, plus articles, fiction, and cartoons. Features: Marijuana Has a Future, by Allen Lebrow. UFO Identified: It's Fatman the Human Flying Saucer, by Will Little; illustration by C.C. Beck. South American Beauties, by Art Pottier. Fiction:The Girl with the Miracle Movement, by Kenneth Wastell. I Want a Skit Just Like the Skit That Made Old Burlesk Famous, by Dennis Neil. Pictorials: Anne Walker (centerfold). Ann Austin. Yvonne Holden. Anita Martin. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; pen annotation to cover; soft folds to two page-ends. One ad circled in back. Very good

$25.00

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW April 1963

London: Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd.. 1963. 32 pp., including covers, semi-slick magazine featuring previews, reviews, and articles on international films, covering art house, mainstream, and exploitation-type films. Illustrated from b/w film stills and pin-ups. This issue includes: Salvatore Giuliano - Electra. Antigone. The New Adam - Michel Subor. War and Peace (Godard's Le Petit Soldat, Enrico's La Belle Vie). Towel Technique (Clementine Cherie, Man's Paradise). Camera Obsession (gallery of women's legs). The Face of Sophia Loren. Short films at Oberhausen, by Derek Hill. Beauty and the East (Near and Far East locales). Cover: A Sordid Affair. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$25.00

CONTINENTAL FILM REVIEW November 1963

London: Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd.. 1963. 32 pp., including covers, semi-slick magazine featuring previews, reviews, and articles on international films, covering art house, mainstream, and exploitation-type films. Illustrated from b/w film stills and pin-ups. This issue includes: Women in the World (Sophia Loren, Romy Schneider, Gina Lollobrigida, Jeanne Moreau, Claudia Cardinale, Brigitte Bardot). les Baisers. Jean Cocteau: A Tribute. The Trail, by Orson Welles. Morals 1963. Violence and Horror. The Young Japanese Cinema. Cover and Uncover Girls in Some French Films. Marina Solinas in The Consequences. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$25.00

MATCH No. 1

Baltimore: Sunshine Enterpries / Central Sales. 1968. 32pp., including covers. Men's magazine featuring sexually-explicit photos in color and b/w of nude women. Approx. 12 pages (plus covers) feature a black model in mesh stockings and garter belt nd blonde in crotchless fishnets, both wearing peek-a-boo bras, tussling & wrestling with each other, plus solo poses. Also includes a long-haired blonde lounging about, etc. Articles: The Nude Imperiled, by Hal Lyons. The Absurdities of Censorship, by Stanley Sorrel. Nude Photos and Profits, by Brad Boone. 'A photo-arts publication of chromatic figure studies.'. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$25.00

JEM. & Les Femmes Vo. 09, No. 01, March

New York: L & L Publications Inc.. 1967. 68pp., including covers, men's magazine featuring nude pictorials, articles, fiction, and cartoons. Illustrated in black & white, duotone and color. Features: Oh, Those Sexy Hostesses on the Old Non-Scheduled Airlines, by Howard E. Johnson. Obscene Eyesores or Art?, by Ed Stevens (on Edward Keinholz's controversial show at LACMA). Let Me Give You a Helping Hand, by Bernard Wiseman. Babes in Bedland, by Dennis Neil. Hint to Cultured Wolves: Try the Museums, by Allen Lebrow. How to Attain Instant Status, by Irwin Ross. Phyllis Diller is a Dilly, by Will Little. Pictorials: Angelique (cover). Jem's Gem of the Month: Simone. Mistinguette. The Girl and the Coat. Also, some great period ads - Iris Bristol movies, Man from Uncle spy pens, et al. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$15.00

LUV

New York: NAA. 1967. Magazine of 24pp., plus covers. Illustrated tfrom sexually explicit b/w photographs. Photos of nude women, stockings in garters, etc. Of note: a cute brunette with bangs flirts with the camera and then joins another in bed. Includes two excerpts from sexological texts: The Psychic Exhibitionism, and Cases of Femal Exhibitionism. 'Ask your dealer for Luv films - 200' they are great!' Luv is published bi-monthly in the USA for those interested in the study of the Female Nude in their Natural Poses & Situations.' Ad for NAA mailing list, offering male and female nudist, domination, sexual studies & deviation material, plus paperbacks. Saddle- stapled magazine. Light rubbing to covers. Very good

$25.00

SEX IN MARRIAGE. The Photo Magazine of Marital Sex Education Vol. 1, No. 1; December/ January

San Diego, CA: Academy Press. 1970. 64 pp. including covers. Hardcore b/w and color photographs, art reproductions, and line drawings illustrate pseudo-scientific articles about sexual topics. This issue features: Infidelity, by Carroll Howard. The New 'Thing' - Scientific Sex, by Garry Sutherland (with photo of woman inserting thermometer into man's urethra). Position Is Important, by Sigmund Gertz. It Changes After Marriage, by Arnold P. Lauterman. The Evolution of Marriage, by Constance Warren. Group Marriage: Its Evolution, Essence, Future by William Syms. Sexual Hangups in Marriage, by Katherine Mikkelson. Tools of Eros, by David Sloane (sex toys, including vibrator, strap-on, artifical vagina). . Why You Should Consider a Vasectomy, by Gil Lamont. Editorial. Bibliographies per article. Hardcore penetartions include anal sex. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$45.00

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