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1960s Tiki Erotica (WARNING: NUDITY)
martian-tiki
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Posted: 2010-12-31 04:21 am   Permalink

This issue of Click features an article inspired by this book

WASHBURNE, CHANDLER. Primitive drinking. A study of the uses and functions of alcohol in preliterate societies.
College and Univesity Press: New York, 1961.

Which I trust should be required reading for this forum now that we know it exists.

The model with the voodoo tiki god is Sandy Lane.

Cathy Crowfoot was a prolific actress and model in the 1960s. A luckily she's in a pictorial mentioning a Pagan Isle-good enough for this thread's scope.
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0189696/

I mentioned her in the post above as she was the star of Mondo Keyhole that costarred Carol Baughman. People on this forum most likely have seen Cathy Crowfoot in Mermaids of Tiberon - she was the mermaid that regretably got harpooned by the villians.

Additionally, this pictorial may be a useful guide for backyard pool landscaping for sunny California residents?

Other notable models in this issue are Mickey Jines who played a ghost Hula girl in Ed Wood's Orgy of the Dead and Julie Williams who was in Russ Meyer's Wild Gals of the Naked West.
(Which is all lots of keywords for the search engines.)

Click
Volume 2 Number 1
1964
High Resolution http://www.martiantiki.com/click-v2n1/















Cathy Crowfoot


Cathey Crowfoot


Cathy Crofoot


Cathy Crowfoot


Cathy Crowfoot


Cathy Crowfoot

Cathy Crowfoot

Revels
Number 1
No Date (early 1960's)
High Resolution http://www.martiantiki.com/revels/





















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bigbrotiki
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Posted: 2010-12-31 2:26 pm   Permalink

Mahalo, Martian, your passion for your subject and the work you do to share it is much appreciated! I believe I had asked here before if it is known which coast Sandy Lane was working at: Would it be Florida, the Voodoo sculpture could very well be a Van DerCar work. Is it L.A., that ridiculous devil doll would most likely have hailed from the ROSHU prop house, like the Tiki I mention in this thread:

http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=2910&forum=1&17

Roshu was a supper tacky 60s prop rental house which I had the fortune to have set pieces rented from for several music videos I shot in the 80s.

The "Tabu Drinks" and "Cathy's Pagan Isle" articles are nice too, but considering what the photos COULD have been like with the addition of a few Tiki mugs and statues (which would have been readily available back then) they are a little disappointing. Correct me if I am wrong, but it seems to me that these skin mags basically bought generic photo sessions from photographers, and then gave their copy writers the job to come up with evocative headlines and captions - or vice versa, an article written about a specific subject like pagan drink rituals would be illustrated by some nude pics with only faint relation to the text because they were available. That would explain the stylistic disconnect.

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martian-tiki
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Posted: 2010-12-31 6:25 pm   Permalink

I still do not know which coast Sandy Lane was on - unfortunately there is no identifying clues in that issue - though I'm inclined to think you are right that it is a likely Van DerCar. My hunch is that an LA area prop and figure model would tend to show up more often.

As archaeologists - the absence of tiki mugs and statues in these situations can teach us about the culture of atomic jet age man too (or at least specific photographers), as regrettable as their absence is to our modern tastes.

"Because they were available" is probably the most accurate thing that could be said about photos accompanying articles - having seen many nonsense captions on movie stills and much recycling of material.

I suppose one is forced to conclude that tiki mugs didn't portray the idealized playboy lifestyle that wine, martinis, and champagne did (at least based on a quick search I just did). Although that first Highball cover seems to be an attempt at a tiki bar albeit with an Inca statue.

Could it be that an absence of tiki mugs in girlie mags indicates that those mugs were already available and commonplace to the reader and thus LACKED the playboy sex fantasy appeal these magazines were trying to sell?! If true it would be ironic that the Polynesian fantasy in the form of mugs was unsellable, although thats not to say many hula girls didn't give it their best shot.



















 
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Posted: 2010-12-31 6:29 pm   Permalink

Whoa! What a cavalcade of cocktail cuties !!!

 
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Potato.
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Posted: 2010-12-31 8:03 pm   Permalink

I can't compete with Martian Tiki, so this is the best I could do.




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Posted: 2010-12-31 8:18 pm   Permalink

Potato - you win.

 
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Posted: 2010-12-31 8:56 pm   Permalink

Aww, shucks. I kid, but I am truly in awe with each new post at your extensive collection and knowledge of such... literature.
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martian-tiki
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Posted: 2011-01-01 2:43 pm   Permalink

I have knowledge of such literature as I got it in my head at some point that indexing modeling appearances of sexploitation actresses would accomplish something.
For the most part its dumb luck if a tiki god shows up as well, or some socially redeeming article on tahiti - though lately if I see something Polynesian themed I'll try to get it. And sometimes browsing ebay turns something interesting up too - like this negative auction (which if anyone is interested in I hope they'll track down)






 
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Posted: 2011-01-02 2:06 pm   Permalink

Auction photos for things out of my price range

Nudist Sun, V1#2, Sept. 1964




Solar Scene #2 1967



Slip & Garter v1 n1 1962












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Sunset Mike
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Posted: 2011-01-02 4:55 pm   Permalink

I gotta say, I really like this forum!

Every time I look in we've got new "Old" stuff. Maybe it's memories, dis-illusion with the present or just remembering when being naughty was really exciting; because you had to slip into a forbidden realm of the dark subsurface world of sin to access it!

Reality sets in, it was never really better.

"For all that's lost is valued dear that cannot be retrieved
and those who value time well spent would sooner give youth leave

So why do I like it? Who cares why?

Enjoy! enjoy! enjoy!
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TheBigT
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Posted: 2011-01-03 07:57 am   Permalink

Quote:

Correct me if I am wrong, but it seems to me that these skin mags basically bought generic photo sessions from photographers, and then gave their copy writers the job to come up with evocative headlines and captions - or vice versa, an article written about a specific subject like pagan drink rituals would be illustrated by some nude pics with only faint relation to the text because they were available. That would explain the stylistic disconnect.



The captions aren't genuine?!

Well, great pics anyway.





 
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martian-tiki
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Posted: 2011-01-08 01:44 am   Permalink

Today's post featuring the hideous stone god centerfold.
To learn more about the hideous stone god see
http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=2910&forum=1

The Showboat issue centerfold is rather common and shows up multiple times on tiki central. However - since the Salome one hasn't - I must conclude that image of the blond with the hideous stone god is new to tiki archeological science.

High Resolution images of both magazines at
http://www.martiantiki.com/stonegod

Showboat
Volume 2 Number 1
1964

The socially redeeming article on world travel is rather disillusioned with jet-age Tahiti.











Salome
Volume 1 Number 1
1961





I don't know what's going on in this photo but I suspect some people might find it interesting.






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Tobor64
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Posted: 2011-01-08 11:20 am   Permalink

I love that last photo. Looks like a publicity still from a movie...?

 
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Posted: 2011-01-09 4:08 pm   Permalink

this thread is in need of having the photos replaced before all others,
from the TC crash.


Jeff(btd)



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Posted: 2011-01-09 9:56 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2011-01-09 16:08, bigtikidude wrote:
this thread is in need f having the photos replaced before all others,
from the TC crash.


Jeff(btd)




Not a bad idea, LOL!


 
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