Deirdre D’Agneau’s pictorial is only four pictures, one of them color, but they pack a punch. Her article explains she is an ex-ballerina because as she hit puberty she became top heavy, something you can check out for yourself. Her pictures have a sweet innocence often seen in the 60’s, with her cute smile, soft make up and ease in front of the camera. A quick search yielded me nothing in the way of information about her; I would be willing to bet she only modeled a few times. I’m gonna have to start scanning a new mag, as there’s only a few more short pictorials left in Gentlemen Yearbook. My goal is more content, to keep ya’ll warm this winter, so keep an eye out. Enjoy!
WOW A NEW MAGAZINE!
I literally didn’t realize how long it’s been since I have posted. I thought it had been like two months! The hiatus hasn’t been for lack of content, living in SF gives me plenty of vintage smut resources. Until all the smut stores are forced out in favor of luxury hi-rises of course.
Enough of me, on to Gentlemen Year Book 1966! A volume featuring their best for 1966 including some great pictures. As I always do here’s the cover and first pictorial. This first pictorial features Ivy Gentry, a young looking 18 year old, something they definitely highlight. Check out her adorable pictorial here! Enjoy!
OMG how rad is this review for “Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!”?!!?!?!! The pictorials in Best of Topper 1966 are amazing, but the main reason I bought this magazine is for the FPKK article. I really love the graphic design layout of this article, the black blood splatter looks great. It’s one of the first exploitation movies I ever saw or heard about, I’m sure thats true for a lot of people. As someone who learned about exploitation and 60’s smut on my own, because it’s a few generations removed from my own, this film is very important. It gives people a first glance into Russ Meyer and how awesome/cheesy/badass exploitation can be. Russ Meyer made some great films, but this is the only one without nudity, and I really feel it stands on its own without it, maybe that’s the point. An amazing film from an amazing director/photographer. This is the last of Topper 1966; I’ll be starting a new mag next week, yay! Enjoy!