The Tatler #3 (vol. 3): Tales & Topics of Stage & Screen (In this issue: Gorgeous Model Photography & Witty Stories of Eros) - frugalprice
One of the most risqué magazines of The Platinum Age!The Best Digitization for Kindle, and in fact the best raunchy magazine from the Platinum Era! Adored by sneaky teens and adults looking for fun!The Tatler, No. 3, Vol. 3 – Tales & Topics of Stage & Screen (In this issue: Seductive Photography of Starlets & Hilarious Stories of Sexual Escapades)33 HIGH-RESOLUTION PAGES PACKED with Dozens of Scantily Clad Stage GirlsMOVIES • MIRTH • MERRIMENT • MISINFORMATIONStories of love, romance and humor!An EXTRA RACY MAD Magazine Style Publication!STAGE • SCREEN • SONG • STORIES • SATIRE • SPICETHE TATLER, formatted especially for Kindle Reader (Fire, New iPhone)Swipe through the full-color pages of these complete stories . . .”A Few April Showers””Oh Joy: We Can Kiss On Sunday””Society””Call It A Day””I Hear– (More Intimate Bits About People You Know, Have Seen or Have Heard About)””Anna Pavlowa On Free Love””Change Cars””Over Forty?””Accidents Will Happen“”Confidentially, Girls””Why Is It?””How’s Your Inspiration?””Our Own Correspondence School””The Blue Law Hand-Book””Who Gets The Prince?””Mixed Metaphores””The Movie Kiss In Danger””A Kiss””How To Be Spuzzy, Though Vampish””A Rhyme Of Reformation””From Head To Foot””Did The Old Boys Have It On Us?””Things You’ll Never See In The Movies””The Ladies–Bless ‘em””Confessions Of A Film Hound””Where Is My Wandering Boy Today?””Jazz Philosophy””Where Is A Guy Going To Love?”Along with ACTUAL “PROFESSIONAL” PHOTOGRAPHY of the seductive Boulevard and Flapper Girls of stage and screen: See Lillian Lorraine’s last model shot, Marilynn Miller’s “Toast Of Broadway”. We go ALL SMILES with Adele Ormiston (“Irene”), Vivienne Segal, Mona Celesta and Mary Lewis (“Greenwich Village Follies”). Then we have three reigning stars of the song shops– dainty Patti Harrold (Tenor at The Met), Mitzi and Grace La Rue. Inspiring Kay Laurel, looking younger than ever in ”Ladies’ Night”. Roses in the Winter Garden are Sally Long, Charlotte Sprague and Marie Stafford. Also drool at Three Nymphs Noted For Their Grace Aileen Stanley, Florence Normand and Philis Fonta. Plus, Joan Sawyer, a famous american dancer and her handsome Russian wolfhound– and more dancers, Rita Owen, Beatrice Lee and Blossom Seeley. Also check out those Greenwich Follies favorites Bernice Ellmore, Helene Jester and Peggy Matthews. Plus merry movie maids Helene Darling, Bessie De Litche and Helene Chadwick. Last but not least we have Doris Kenyon looking mysterious and sexy in “The White Villa”. Cover Girl Claire Nagel. XXOXTHE TATLER will tickle your funny bone and get your blood flowing with its hilariously raunchy words and STAGE & SCREEN GIRL PHOTOGRAPHS on every other page!*** Pretty Pictures of Stage Stars, Film Favorites and Beauties of the Boulevards. Every issue full of Fun, Fashion and Fiction. Buy them and Bind them and you’ll have a library of Fun and Art that you cannot duplicate anywhere! ***THE TATLER, Vol. 3, No. 3. April, 1921. Originally published monthly by The Tatler Publishing Co., Inc., New York. Walter E. Colby, Editor. Authors include Sloane Gordon, Adele Pryce, W. R. Hoefer, Louisa Boltwood. Photographers include Edward Thayer Munroe, Old Masters, Geisler and Andrews.COMIC, COMEDY, VERSE, ROMANCE, SEX, EROTIC, MAGAZINE, GRAPHIC NOVEL, AMERICANA, ILLUSTRATION
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