Saturday, January 05, 2008

See More Of Debra Paget

Found at Infomercantile (becoming an addiction, even though it's rarely smutty), is this slide of Debra Paget:


My guess is that it's an amateur shot taken at a performance sometime in the late 50's or early 60's -- which was around the time of her two marriages and matching divorces, and perhaps explains the confidence-building skirt slit, sans panties.

Strange Are The Ways Of Love (MP3 hosted again by the fine folks at Sex-Kitten.Net), but we all understand the need to bolster one's self-image post divorce -- even if it involves showing a bit more below the belt than the fashions and times warrant. (No wonder some love Paget more than Monroe.)

Strange Are The Ways Of Love
was nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Song, for The Young Land (1959).

There is more to see and hear from Debra at this fan site -- but be warned, the colors may harm your retinas.

Paget's still alive, but I don't suppose this post will help me garner an interview.

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3 Comments:

Blogger jgodsey said...

Thanks for the pic, you HAVE to catch her snake dance in Fritz Lang's Indian Epic: The Tiger Of Eschnapur/ The Indian Tomb - (1959) no wait here it is on youtube
warning the snake is really fake.

12:29 PM  
Anonymous Animal said...

Yow! One of my favorites. Her dancing in the Lang film(s) is pretty incredible, as of course are her physical gifts.

1:59 PM  
Blogger Azrael Brown said...

Hey, thanks for the link!

1:56 PM  

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