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By Riccardo Morrocchi, Marco Giovannini Piselli, Stefano Morrocchi
The 1st, of 3, illustrated biographies devoted to the Nineteen Fifties cult version Bettie web page. This quantity comprises her appearances in quite a few magazines, her fetish and bondage eventualities, her full-frontal 'Private Peeks' and the 1953 Frank Frazetta comic-strip 'Too overdue For Love'."
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