The Golden Age of Prurience #54


Confidential
(November, 1969)

11 comments:

Chuck V. said...
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Chuck V. said...

The zombie head is from a 1979 film. How did it end up in a 1969 magazine? Or does someone just really dislike Polanski?

Cinebeats said...

Strange faux cover

Tom Sutpen said...

As you now see, the image that should have been uploaded and placed as an entry in this spot now takes its rightful place.

It would help, I suppose, if I actually checked my entries before posting them (it would also help if I didn't rush headlong through this process) . . . but at least I caught it, albeit three hours late. Anyway, forgive the momentary confusion (as well as the unintended glimpse into this blogger's methods).

Geoff said...

god

Testify said...

Nancy Sinatra Got Her Boobs Blown Up AND A Monkee made Me Pregnant!!!
This is the greatest magazine EVER!!!

Testify said...

Nancy Sinatra Got Her Boobs Blown Up AND A Monkee made Me Pregnant!!!
This is the greatest magazine EVER!!!

Cinebeats said...

Thanks for the explanation, Tom. But it's an even stranger untouched, because the headlines are real!

Chuck V. said...

Oh, no apology necessary, but might I inquire about the origins of the picture you originally posted?

r.j. said...

I saw him having dinner at the Luau Restaurant on Rodeo Dr., the night before he decided to do a Jackie Gleason, "Away we go!"

rookgaroo said...

Judy, get me William Gaines over at Mad Magazine...
...Bill? Hi, Jim from Confidential here. How's things over at your end? Super...super...Listen, Bill, the reason I'm calling--I'm up against a deadline here for November and I'm running a little light. I was wondering...do you fellas have any filler you could float my way? So far I've got tuberculosis, student unrest, and that crazy Manson sonofabitch. If you could just let me have a couple of pieces to flesh out the issue I'd owe you in a big way...Ah, thanks Bill. I knew I could count on you...I won't forget this.