none of these images are mine, they all came from you guys out there. i love this collection and i love everyone who has contributed, you know who you are!

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rubyburningbright:

Tura Satana - Miss Japan Beautiful: as scanned from the July 1957 issue of Cabaret Magazine. Tura was born Tura Luna Pascual Yamaguchi in Hokkaido, Japan 10 July 1938. Tura’s heritage was quite diverse; her father was of Japanese, and possibly Filipino, descent and her mother was American Indian and Scots-Irish. The family was residing in the United States during WWII, and due to her father’s Japanese heritage, they were forced to reside in an internment camp in Lone Pine, California. After the end of the war, and release from the camp, the family would settle in Chicago, Illinois. At the age of 13 she ran away from home with intentons of becoming a blues singer. When that did not pan out, Tura began modeling and eventually burlesque dancing. Later she would pair up with Russ Meyer to make the cult classic film, Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!

rubyburningbright:

Tura Satana - Miss Japan Beautiful: as scanned from the July 1957 issue of Cabaret Magazine.

Tura was born Tura Luna Pascual Yamaguchi in Hokkaido, Japan 10 July 1938. Tura’s heritage was quite diverse; her father was of Japanese, and possibly Filipino, descent and her mother was American Indian and Scots-Irish. The family was residing in the United States during WWII, and due to her father’s Japanese heritage, they were forced to reside in an internment camp in Lone Pine, California. After the end of the war, and release from the camp, the family would settle in Chicago, Illinois. At the age of 13 she ran away from home with intentons of becoming a blues singer. When that did not pan out, Tura began modeling and eventually burlesque dancing. Later she would pair up with Russ Meyer to make the cult classic film, Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!

kaliforniababylon:

Famous Monsters of Filmland #55 (1969)

kaliforniababylon:

Famous Monsters of Filmland #55 (1969)

devilduck:

The heinous crime of doughnut stabbing exposed.

devilduck:

The heinous crime of doughnut stabbing exposed.

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troqman:

Amsterdam CSI #cartoonbombing #csi #amsterdam #sketch #sketchbook #drawing #murder #investigation #whodunit #cluedo #killer #miamicsi (à Red Light District)

troqman:

Amsterdam CSI #cartoonbombing #csi #amsterdam #sketch #sketchbook #drawing #murder #investigation #whodunit #cluedo #killer #miamicsi (à Red Light District)

wonderful-strange:

The Monster Times #3, March 1972.

wonderful-strange:

The Monster Times #3, March 1972.