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Crushing on sexy Sixties British actress Margaret Lee…

24 Mar

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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7 responses to “Crushing on sexy Sixties British actress Margaret Lee…

  1. Declan Heyse

    March 25, 2017 at 11:36 am

    I love these kinds of posts, Irv. My Margaret Lee has always been Dana Gillespie. She was in a bunch of low-budget horror and sci-fi movies in the late ’60s and 1970s. I was too young to experience Raquel Welch in “One Million Years B.C.,” but Dana Gillespie in “The People That Time Forgot” had about the same effect on me. Total crush that’s actually survived into my own late middle age.

     
    • irvoneil

      March 26, 2017 at 10:25 am

      Thanks, Declan. Rincewind over at Erotix (see other comment) just posted more Margaret Lee at his blog–I referenced you in a tweet about it. Yes, I like doing these kinds of posts for my faves, I could probably do a thousand of ’em! LOL. It always seems that the less-remembered ladies are the ones that linger most in my memory, but once they touch down on the surface of my mind (whether forty years ago or a few months ago) they linger and become subjects for veneration! I know the name Dana Gillespie but haven’t seen her–but will correct that!

       
  2. Rincewind

    March 26, 2017 at 8:23 am

    I love this girl… Had to find some more of her now so will soon be on the blog with a reblog of your post , she is stunning..

     
    • irvoneil

      March 26, 2017 at 10:28 am

      Loved your own post, lots of great pictures!

       
      • Rincewind

        March 26, 2017 at 10:35 am

        I’m watching out for yr photos w this girl.. drool time awaiting 😆

         
      • irvoneil

        March 26, 2017 at 11:00 pm

        Just posted them tonight! A bit crude but I hope you enjoy them, Rincewind! Tried to capture Margaret in the various delightful aspects of her role… 😉

         

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