neděle 3. února 2013

Holy Grail ... Rita Hayworth

Who of you guys wouldn't want to open the closet and find Rita Hayworth tied up and cleave-gagged inside?
For a very long time I didn't have a slightest notion that there was such scene until these two images appeared at Brian's database. They are from her movie Special Inspector (1938). I didn't manage to find the movie or the scene anywhere so if you have it please let me know. I will be eternally grateful to you. Thanks in advance.

Zombies On Broadway (1945)


Anne Jeffreys has two very nice scenes in this good horror comedy. She is captured by Bela Lugosi's henchzombie. At first we see her strapped to the table and OTM gagged. She is about to get an injection that would turn her into zombie but the evil scientists and his buddies are interrupted.
Later we see her locked up in a secret room. She is making too much noise so she has to be tied up and gagged again. This time she is sitting on the floor tied with ropes (hands in front). She manages to untie her hands and legs and take off her gag and knock out the captor.

The Outlaw (1943)



There are couple of good things about this horrible western movie - sexy Jane Russell, her two big guns and her two bondage scenes.
At first she is tied by Billy the Kid between two trees and tightly cleave.gagged. She gets discovered by Pat Garrett and Doc Holliday and released. Later those two old pervs tie her up in the same position and gag her (not so tightly this time) as a bait for Billy who is coming back for her.

The Mysterious Island (1929)

Jacqueline Gadsen who plays the daughter of Count Dakkar (another name of Captain Nemo - portrayed by Lionel Berrymore) is quite elaborately tied to the chair and very nicely gagged with a thick bit-gag. She is slightly tortured and struggles very nicely.

The Lady Vanishes (1938)

Alfred Hitchcock's movie features Catherine Lacey tied up and cleave-gagged while dressed up as a nun.

The General (1926)

Buster Keaton's sweetheart (Marion Mack) is kidnapped by Union spies who steal Buster's beloved locomotive. She is tied up and OTM gagged and held captive in the wagon and later carried off to the locomotive.

The Duel At Silver Creek (1952)

Cowgirl called Dusty (played by Susan Cabot) is captured by the bad guys, tied to a chair and tightly gagged. She is rescued by her soon-to-be boyfriend portrayed by Audie Murphy.

The Big Sky (1952)

This very brief scene features an Indian girl (played by Elizabeth Threatt) being captured and gagged by a group of evil trappers.