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Contains 7,237 magazines with 272,758 listed issues

Adult Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1966-
- Sexploitation movies.
- Published by Press Arts Inc.

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2 July 2014

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There are 5 issues listed in the database

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CONTENTS: 1966 1967 GALLERIES: 1966 1967 All

Issue 5
Vol 2 # 1
October 1967

Issue 4
Vol 1 # 4
March 1967

Issue 3
Vol 1 #3
December 1966
72 pages, including covers, erotic magazine featuring nude pictorials and film previews & reviews from exploitation and sexploitation films; illustrated throughout with b/w and duotone photos with color centerspread. Pictorials: Connie Hudson: Commercial Queen. Jungle Girl: Sandura Regan. Queen for a Night: Sheila Holms. Sally the Set Stripper (busty blonde, Sandy Schlepper). Produced by Pat (brunette can really grind them out). Tammy's Tresses (pert blonde Tammy Travers). Gretta Cranks On (Gretta Cummings). Films: Nympho (a woman driven by insatiable passion and bottomless guilt!). Woman in the Dunes (provocative Japanese film). The 2nd Best Secret Agent in the World (bawdy spy spoof). Villa Vennely, Home of Copenhagen Call Girls (meet Copenhagen's 'pay-for'play' girls!). Psycho Mania (Psycho knock-off, starring Kaye Elhardt ). The Love Statue (sexual dominationad LSD). The Swap ('Peyton Place with bedroom scenes'). The Weirdo Flicks, by Jack Sernick (includes eyeball-slicing scene from Bunuel & Dali's Un Chien Andalou, plus discussion of Lot in Sodom, Fireworks, Flesh of Morning, Flaming Creatures, etc). Daniella by Night (Elke Sommer)."

Issue 2
Vol 1 # 2
October 1966

Issue 1
Vol 1 # 1
July 1966

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