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Margaret Lee, Secret Agent Gal!

As promised, here is more of Margaret Lee, for whom I shall invent a time machine & go back to 1966 to ask for a date.

She plays Agent Cynthia “Comfort” Fulton in SECRET AGENT SUPER DRAGON, starring super-suave Ray “The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond” Danton as Brian Cooper aka Super Dragon, master spy. Don’t ask me to explain the plot, it’s a typical evil villains want to take over the world thing. Margaret gets caught by the baddies’ chief scientists…

They are considerate enough to get her out of her dress so it doesn’t get stained when they torture her…

 

They quiz her on what she knows, and when she refuses to cooperate…

 

…they slap her. Then…

 

…they explain the electro torture they’re going to subject her to. She sees they mean business, but…

 

…she remains feisty even when they strap her down!

 

Fortunately Super Dragon arrives to save the day and Margie gets to put her clothes back on & pull the electro switch to torture the scientist who slapped her…

 

…a moment of payback she clearly enjoys! I love her stern look!!

 

But it’s Margaret Lee at her perky blonde best (here with their espionage agency boss) that I most like. I can’t understand why Superdragon doesn’t end up with her at the end of the film and chooses an outdoor restaurant hostess instead for some hanky panky!! Maybe he’s not so suave after all?

It’s a fun little film, though, that grows more amusing every time I see it. It’s available on DVD from Sinister Cinema here.

I can’t wait to find another Margaret Lee movie to make my worshipful little screencaps from! 😉

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Posted by on March 26, 2017 in Erotica

 

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Crushing on sexy Sixties British actress Margaret Lee…

I have the late-middle-age equivalent of a schoolboy crush on pretty and perky British actress Margaret Lee. Sometimes she’s blonde, or sometimes she’s a redhead, as you see in the pic below. She starred in many a 1960s Eurospy and sword & sandal movie. I collect and watch her old films when I can find them, such as SAMSON AND THE SEA BEASTS which I found at Sinister Cinema here. I initially found out about her in a book called Film Fatales: Women in Espionage Films and Television 1962-1973, by Tim Lisanti and Louis Paul, available on Amazon here.

Here are a couple of pix from the Samson movie which I snapped of Margaret from my tv screen. She was just tossed to the floor by a villain, but you can see the feisty gleam of defiance in her eyes.

I don’t know if that was her real voice or some other actress’s dubbing, but in some films she sounds a little like Audrey Hepburn. Which is extra-sexy coming out of Margaret’s voluptuous body.

 

The legs dangling over the pit while Samson fights with a crocodile are Margaret’s. She screams at the menacing reptile with some real Fay Wray-style lung power!

Although she finds herself in a “damsel in distress” situation, Margaret is no shrinking violet in this fun flick.

I’m making some more pix of Margaret from one of her spy movies, and I’ll post those soon!


You might ask, what does a post like this have to do with a blog called EROTICA IS MY TRADE? Well, these are the types of features I used to like to concoct for the adult magazines I edited and for which I wrote for more than four decades. But since sex publications have basically disappeared in the last couple of years, and I primarily work for hardcore websites and/or Twitter doing explicit porn writing, I’m just doing stuff like this for my own pleasure, and yours, on this blog. Practicing my trade, you might say, and having fun! I hope it’s fun and entertaining for you too.

 

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Reading fiction for sanity…

In a world gone wacky, one thing that keeps me grounded is great fiction by the likes of writers like John D. MacDonald. He was a virtuoso of prose, plotting, suspense, and writerly professionalism. The WordPress spellchecker says that “writerly” isn’t a word but what the hell. I think you know what I mean.

The two novellas in this book, BORDER TOWN GIRL and LINDA, are well worth reading.

The cover is by the great Robert McGinnis, who is still doing covers for publishers like Hard Case Crime.

You can readily find cheap used paperback editions of this on Amazon.

 

Yes, a good book and a cup of coffee enjoyed al fresco help maintain the sanity…

I haven’t been blogging much lately so I’m going to do a series of short posts like this to get myself back into it. Check back again soon to see what I’m up to next.  Even if it’s just putting up a picture with a few lines, it’ll get me going.

 

 

 

 
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Posted by on March 23, 2017 in Amazon.com, Pulp fiction art

 

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