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4 hours ago, jaragon said:

Steve Reeves  looks great in the rain...

 

Reportedly, Steve Reeves performed nude at private parties at George Cukor's house.

And, reportedly, he spilled over with his usual enthusiam.

Mr. Cukor's guests would fall to the floor in a collective act of hero worship.

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15 minutes ago, rayban said:

Reportedly, Steve Reeves performed nude at private parties at George Cukor's house.

And, reportedly, he spilled over with his usual enthusiam.

Mr. Cukor's guests would fall to the floor in a collective act of hero worship.

Can you imagine if there was film of that performance?

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I looked Kirk Morris up.

He was born and raised in Italy.

He was a university student who had a keen interest in bodybuilding.

He auditioned for the director of his first film.

He actually made twenty films.

Where do I get the boxed set?

samsonseabeast.jpg

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6 hours ago, rayban said:

I looked Kirk Morris up.

He was born and raised in Italy.

He was a university student who had a keen interest in bodybuilding.

He auditioned for the director of his first film.

He actually made twenty films.

Where do I get the boxed set?

samsonseabeast.jpg

Kirk Morris is one of my faves. He'd be an exceptionally handsome guy even without the muscles, which can't be said of all the peplum guys. 'Dorable.

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16 hours ago, jaragon said:

Reg Park - Mr Britain 1946 - is another Hercules....

 

Flawless....beautiful skin and body, like sculpted marble.

I've really got to track this one down because it looks so fun. Did anyone else catch a distinct Barbarella vibe in the set design and the music? (The girl imprisoned in the rock specifically, but also the just-believable-enough-but-still-tacky monster.) I wonder if any of the same people worked on both films, since both were done in Europe. Anyway, Bravo, Mr. Park. 

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