I started in Mid March of 2006, I've grown, as has the Valley. (Please hit the Tip Jar to celebrate!)
To celebrate, I am going to promote some more Goth Muses -- this from the great Hammer Horror Film beauties. Hammer Films has also reconstituted this year.
What were Hammer Films?
Launched in 1934, Hammer's first production was The Public Life Of Henry The Ninth and, following a period of inactivity during WW2, the first picture from the newly incorporated Hammer Film Productions Ltd. was 1949's Dr. Morelle: The Case Of The Missing Heiress. The new company's first colour film was The Men Of Sherwood Forest in 1954, and in 1955 the success of The Quatermass Xperiment led to Hammer's move into horror films including The Curse Of Frankenstein in 1957 and Dracula in 1958.
A hugely successful run of Gothic monster movies cemented the company's reputation as 'Hammer House of Horror', and deals with Universal Studios and Columbia kept the production base at Bray Studios busy with an incredible volume of films produced during this period.
And Hammer Horror is known for their Beauties, tonight, I want celebrate with pictures of the Great Caroline Munro.
I first ready about her in an old edition of Starlog.
So, without further ado, meet Caroline Munro!
|Caroline Munro, Roger Moore and a Lotus in A Spy Who Loved Me (1977)|
|Caroline Munro w/Christopher Lee in Dracula 1972 AD|
|Caroline Munro as Vamperella|
|Beautiful shot of a Gothic Beauty|
|Caroline Munro in Starcrash|
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