The Golden Age of Prurience #51


Love Doctor
(by Florence Stonebreaker)
(Stanley Library; 1958)

12 comments:

Vanwall said...

Hey ladies, I'm hangin' my shingle out in Love Doctorin'. I got me a mail-order degree from the Potrzebie College of Medicinal Arts and Culinary Skills in that that specialty. With honors, mind ya.

R.H. said...

What?

The filthy beast!

This is outrageous.

I demand his patient records!

-Dr Robert.
(House calls a speciality)

slyboots2 said...

If that is the "Love Doctor" (wasn't there a song by Kiss about that???) in the background, I'll pass. He is icky.

Brent McKee said...

They must be man-starved if they're dropping their knickers for him.

estiv said...

Of course no woman could resist a hunk like that.

Tom Sutpen said...

I'll bet the Doctor of Love is in fact the Art Director for whatever outfit published these tomes; his presence no doubt an in joke of some sort.

Mr DeBakey said...

Florence Stonebreaker?

I think I've met her

slyboots2 said...

OMG- I just figured it out- he resembles Burl Ives as Big Daddy. That's what has been skeeving me out about this picture. Imagine Burl Ives as the Love Doctor- you'll shudder for sure.

Brent McKee said...

"Of course no woman could resist a hunk like that."

Yes, but a hunk of what exactly?

Vanwall said...

A hunk of fire hose would be his only attraction with the lights on.

Actually, I swear I've seen that face on the screen in a minor role, but I can't put a name to it.

Mac said...

Victor Buono, gotta be. He of "Baby Jane," "Robin & the 7 Hoods," Batman's King Tut and the brilliant album "Heavy!" I'd even put money on it that he's "Florence Stonebraker!"

Vanwall said...

Herb Voland, maybe, or Parley Baer...whoever it was, I seem to remember him from a noir or two.