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18-Nov-2020 01:59

We all know of legendary titles which have vanished, but what about those from which only a tantalizing promo shot remains?

No title; no identifiable talent; no way to track it down – but clearly some implied GIMP action.

I'd love to see more of what's out there (though I suspect there isn't much), and perhaps some of the local old-timers might even recognize a scene or two.

In part I've written this ambling pre-amble to justify posting my own mystery movie still (and I'm not even positive it's from a film, though it certainly looks like it).

I've been banging on the door for over four years and I'm still out here freezing off my butt. Of course, at the time I didn't recognize any of the films from which the images were taken, but I'm surprised that after four decades of avidly following GIMP cinema, I still can't identify the examples posted here. Aside from the unknown frames in the SIM book, does anyone else have GIMP-oriented movie stills from films they can't identify?

The text was dry as a bone, but some of the photos, though tame now, were pretty spicy for an impressionable teen GIMPer back then.

Ralphus - Thanks for posting the version of Senora Acero.

Even though perps in both camps may rationalize their behavior as being acceptable, necessary or even virtuous, I don't think Saint Peter would be impressed.Maybe if the victim deserved it, but still, I don't think that's what the poll was about.After reading various re-interpretations of the question, I'm still not sure I'm on the right track, but I did grok a few more plausible alternatives…Covers: The more MAM covers you post, the more I miss these 'zines. Ralphus: Thanks for clipping the “Senora Acero” scene, but as with most television GIMP, there is so much wasted potential here.First off, Blanca clearly has a body to die for, but the director goes to ridiculous lengths to make sure we don't see much of it.

Even though perps in both camps may rationalize their behavior as being acceptable, necessary or even virtuous, I don't think Saint Peter would be impressed.Maybe if the victim deserved it, but still, I don't think that's what the poll was about.After reading various re-interpretations of the question, I'm still not sure I'm on the right track, but I did grok a few more plausible alternatives…Covers: The more MAM covers you post, the more I miss these 'zines. Ralphus: Thanks for clipping the “Senora Acero” scene, but as with most television GIMP, there is so much wasted potential here.First off, Blanca clearly has a body to die for, but the director goes to ridiculous lengths to make sure we don't see much of it.Obviously, the woman's interrogators would rip off her clothing to remove the cash strapped to her body (did Martin “I-never-film-rapes” Scorsese watch this?