FUCK YEAH VIRGINIA O’BRIEN “Say That We’ll Be Sweethearts Again”, “Fresh As A Daisy”, “Rock-A-Bye Baby” & her nightmare…
Virginia O’Brien sings the lighthearted but dark ditty “Say That We’re Sweethearts Again” from 1944′s “Meet The People”.
Virginia O’Brien sings Cole Porter’s “Fresh as a Daisy” at lightning speed in the way only she could sing.
From the Marx Brothers movie The Big Store, Virginia O’Brien (Miss Ice Glacier, Frozen Face) sings a rockin’ version of Rock-a-bye baby
This clip depicts Virginia O’Brien’s nightmare the night before she was to appear in her first film. She was under contract to MGM from 1941 to 1947 this clip was made in 1948 after which she was dropped.
With nearly 2 million video views on XTube, this New England stud was no stranger to showing off before becoming a full-fledged CockyBoy. Now he’s ditched the sunglasses and blurred disguises for the first time ever in order to prove that both he and his massive dick are 100% Cocky. Though he identifies as straight, Bravo Delta has always thrived off of the attention he’s received from both girls and guys. But who in their right mind could ignore his ripped, furry physique and throbbing pink tool? Only time will tell how far Bravo Delta’s curiosity will take him, but his future as a CockyBoy is bound to be bright and full of cum!
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Radziszewski shot Backstage during a two-day film session with men who answered his call for participants to a new artistic project. The volunteers were unaware, though, that the project was limited to the very screen tests.
Backstage is a story about these men – about their awareness of being looked at, their need to show off their most attractive face, willingness to sacrifice in the name of being shortlisted for the next stage.
However, this is also a story about the artist himself, who invited the viewer behind the scenes and unveiled himself nearly to the same extent as the men he interviewed – for it is his relations with the models, art and the viewers that lie at the heart of the project.
Backstage also lend itself to interpretation as a record of a queer intervention into the relation – well-instilled in art – between the heterosexual artist and his female model, which is replaced here by the relation between the homosexual artist and heterosexual model. WATCH THE 28 MIN FILM HERE @ FILMOTEKA MUZEUM
References: K. Radziszewski, Backstage, exhibition catalogue, Bunkier Sztuki, Kraków 2011.
I posted images from this tumblr in January 2011… ummmm… still too much hotness here! I. Can’t. Handle. It. I want to know & smell everyone of these guys. They all seem cool… and they love cats & ladies… Hurray!