HOT! Love the clothing women wore then, they really accentuate the body.
Ooh la la!
Holy hell! Thats quite a sight. Not too many things look that good anymore!Now I can finally understand that gag in 'Pizza Tweety pie'!http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/6/lollobridgeada.jpg/
"Oh Lollobrickida, your food I diggida..."
Such striking features.
Jessica Bunny who?
I dig a beautiful woman once in a while. I wanna see you do some caricatures with her!
@ LebonActually it's Jessica Rabbit.@ JohnKWow she really is beautiful! Unlike the women of today who try to be as skanky as possible.. Yuck!
What, no pierced tongue? No fake boobs or ignorant tramp-stamp? No black lip-liner, stapled nipples, razor-bump privates or graffiti tats all over her body?Hey John, are you sure she was supposed to be hot?
Mm, mm, MMM!
Quasimodo looks like he's begging her to let him squeeze her boobs. I know I would.
WOT A BABE! I recall an interview she did conducted by Robert Graves, author of I, CLAUDIUS. He fell instantly in love with her and it was obvious from the interview that he was entirely flummoxed by her beauty.
Now that's a true women. Beautiful, elegant, swanky, with a true appearence. That's most of pop-stars womens doesn't.
Back then, wasn't she supposed to be the poor man's Sophia Loren.
What a beautiful woman. She looks pretty and intelligent and tough too. It's rumored she had an affair with Frank Sinatra. True beauty comes from within and cannot be faked.These people existed. Neat.
No wonder Fred Flintstone had starry eyes for her. :)
Wow, in The Hunchback of Notre Dame she looks like Barbara Steele. If it hadn't been for the hunchback, I would've said it was a shot from Black Sunday.
Robert Graves (the author of I, CLAUDIUS) had the hots for her. (But, didn't we all?)
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