Dedicated to movie related publications
Contains 7,272 magazines with 258,405 listed issues


- First issue: 1994
- Publisher, Editor, Designer: Greg Theakston.
- For "mature audiences". 80 black and white(some color) A4 pages.
- Published by Pure Imagination

United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
1 August 2014

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Scott Matheson
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 1994 1997 2003 (There are undated issues)GALLERIES: 1994 1997 2003 All (There are undated issues)DATABASE INFO
10 listed issue(s)

Issue 10

Issue 9

Issue 8

Issue 7

Paper dolls: An adult magazine survey. A reader's guide to the ever expanding world of adult and sexually oriented magazines.
Homemade cheesecake: Sexy snaps of stunning starlets.
Ruby Ravine: Modern cheescake with a 1950's flavor!
Jane: Norman Pett's comic strip.
Swiss cheesecake: The story of Heinz Villiger.
Josephine Baker: La femme fantastique.
Punz Wolff: No one is more suited to painting Pin-Up than a woman.
Stolen sweets: The birth of the Girlie Magazine and how it grew.
Bottoms up: The art of Robert Sarsony.
Lulu: Denmark's star of Go-Cards' postcard series that celebrates seasonal and holiday themes.

Issue 6

Issue 5

Issue 4
Art Of Merlin Enabnit, Fritz Eillis, Frank Frazetti, & Lynne Naylor Plus Cheese Cake, Leg Art, Peter Peddler Glamour Photography, Tura Santana, Jodi Bowlin, Nude Tattoo Art & Lil` Abner.

Issue 3
Lily St.Cyr, Greg Elgren Art, Cheese Cake Bobby Toombs Art, Jim Silke Record Cover Art, From Grindhouse To The Moviehouse, Zoe Mozart, Kay Johnson, Iris McCalla, Sheena, Bill Ward & Bunny Yeager.

Sample page

Issue 2
Art Of Greg Elgren & Ted Kimet, Bunny Yeager Photography, A B C `s Of Sexploition Cinema, Cheese Cake, Robert Henshaw Portfolio, Skin Magazines, & Mickey Spillane`s Dolls.

Issue 1

Art OF Theakston, Petty , Rusty , Joyce Ballatine, & Olivia Plus Sandra Giles, Judi Redding, Naughty French Post Cards, Cheese Cake, John Waters Interview, & Hot Beauties & Cold Blooded Beast In The Movies.

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