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Sabrina Leads the Way

Spick & Span Extra No. 6, Spring 1957

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David Jackson
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It hardly needs emphasising of course. When Russ Meyer, famed American glamour photographer visited England recently one of the first things he did was to contact SABRINA to find out whether reports over there had been exaggerated. He took a series of photographs for us that proved there was no exaggeration at all, and when he returns to the States he's going to spread the word that Sabrina sure is built on a one way curve. That means Sabrina leads the way over there now as well as over here.

Next thing you know the Yanks will kidnap TV's favourite eyeful and nationalise her Hollywood-wise.

Sabrina leads the way

This is a new shot from the "Lace" photo shoot page.

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An important picture that gives some context to the mysterious "Turtleneck Picture Page" . It seems the event was a photo shoot by American Russ Meyer.


Received 3 May 2008:

I was amazed and delighted to find a photograph of me with Sabrina at a photoshoot in Trafalgar Square around 1955. In the picture I am the airman on the left, in the peaked cap, with my friend in the beret. It means a lot to me as I lost all photos taken while in the RAF. If Sabrina sees this e-mail, I would love to hear from her, as we were born in the same year. But I understand she can't reply to everyone. I wish her very good health and happiness. - Best wishes, Terry F

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Another important picture because it indicates the Lace series was also shot by Russ Meyer around the same time as many of the Turtleneck series - probably around 1957.

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Another entry in the Russ Meyer 'Shagpile series'

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This is Spick & Span's version of the famous flannelette nipslip picture . Here's a new and exciting competition: how many differences can you see between the two pictures?

And we conclude the Spick & Span with this Shagpile addition.

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Thanks, David J: that reference to Russ certainly helped me organise the picture collection.

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