Peter Enfantino and John Scoleri review each and every episode of Boris Karloff's Thriller, now on DVD.
I was led to believe this would be the all-Jeanette Nolan weekend.
Yes, Ursula is quite the spectacular beauty. Also, the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired brassiere design definitely deserves its own place in the halls of wonder. I think to truly have a Beauty of Thriller contest, there will be a sabbath of leotarded Luana admirers doing their dance recital and herky jerking in tribute; there should be a Not-Andress Beauty of Thriller contest to follow.
No, no, and no. Ursula is too obvious. I still say Liz Montgomery wins this one hands down. Vampire beats Strega.
I am so with Mr. Schow on this one. Liz's sideways smile and glance tells me "Maybe I will and maybe I won't." I haven't even checked Ursula for a smile yet.
My fave LLOT so far. Some amazing images. As odd as this may sound, Ursula seems even more beautiful to me now than she did back in the day. In fact, most of the great and sexy gals of the 60's seem way hotter to me today than ever.
David Lynch's 'Twin Peak' just can't compete.
Somehow, even 3 days later I find it a nice doddle down the page to see the bodacious Ursula... No doubt John Williams and his paradise K-tel collection wishes he could climb back up and share a good ol' har-har with our Swiss Miss-iles....
..no rules..exit pride..