1966 ... Ann Margret as paintbrush!

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    'The Swinger'

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    1. blackcat77 30 months ago | reply

      Way back in the day, this picture was in an issue of Playboy, which I...er...borrowed from my dad. Made quite an impression on my adolescent sensibilities.

    2. BarryFackler 30 months ago | reply

      I'd clean that brush!

    3. Smile Moon 30 months ago | reply

      It's a boy, Mrs Walker, it's a boy!

    4. the real night train 30 months ago | reply

      I also borrowed my dad's copies. For the articles, of course, as I'm sure you did.

    5. axeman3d 30 months ago | reply

      If my dad had any, he was better than me at hiding them. Anne Margaret? Is she the one from Forbidden Planet?

    6. The Fenriswolf 30 months ago | reply

      Sure, bring her around. I'd be happy to hose her off.

    7. knighthawk682 30 months ago | reply

      Forbiden Plant was Ann Francis - Ann Margaret was 'Forbidden Fruit' - yoummy!!!!!

    8. twostrikes2003 30 months ago | reply

      sex kitten--screen icon. Not many more of these are being made anymore.

    9. twostrikes2003 30 months ago | reply

      Shirley was a hottie, for sure. And you COULD call her Shirley.

    10. Era: '51 - Gone to Ipernity 30 months ago | reply

      Actually, Ann-Margret.
      A Jackson Pollock wet paint dream.

    11. Itinerant Wanderer 30 months ago | reply

      I think I caught this movie on either AMC or TCM a while back. Ann Margaret was a goddess in her day! :-)

    12. Sir Basil Birchbottom 30 months ago | reply

      I was actually disappointed in this layout. I'd been in love with Ann Margaret since "Viva Las Vegas" (those white shorts!), and I was hoping for more Playmate of the Month/The Girls of.... type photographs of her, not this kind of artsy-fartsy stuff. But, as a spunky young reader of PLAYBOY, I manfully made do with what was available.

    13. The Fenriswolf 30 months ago | reply

      Are you sure thats Ann Margret?
      The body looks like Opra Winfrey.

    14. StevenM_61 30 months ago | reply

      The spelling Gestapo says it's A-n-n_-_ M-a-r-g-r-e-t, NOT A-n-n M-a-r-g-a-r-e-t. I'm almost surprised nobody used Anne instead of Ann.

    15. Shrike58 26 months ago | reply

      Saw that flick at a drive-in with my folks; said folks would have probably rather I didn't!

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