Spanked, Hollywood-Style. Exquisite.

“Hey, I thought we were gonna’ just play a friendly game of ping-pong!”

As originally seen on the excellent Chicago Spanking Review website, this is one of the finest, easily in the top-10, spanking ‘publicity stills’ I’ve ever seen from the golden age of Hollywood.

The Chicago Spanking Review offers a clever, informative take on this image:

“This Is The Life” – if by that they mean bending a pretty girl over a table for a paddling, then it sure as hell is! Unfortunately, as we have noted elsewhere, these Hollywood spanking publicity stills were basically dishonest misrepresentations of the actual movie content. Rarely did the film ever contain anything resembling the spankings in the photos.

We haven’t been able to screen this 1944 musical, so we can’t be certain, but we doubt that Donald O’Connor actually paddles Susanna Foster (we think that’s the young lady bent over the table). O’Connor went on to fame in a number of films during the 1950’s, most notably MGM’s Singin’ In The Rain. By the way, take a look at the expressions on the faces of the other five young people in this picture: the three girls seem perfectly content to watch their friend get spanked, while the boy in the upper r.h. corner looks eager to apply a few swats himself. The last kid is looking at O’Connor, even though from his vantage point he has a good view of the intended target – makes you wonder.

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2 thoughts on “Spanked, Hollywood-Style. Exquisite.”

  1. I have this fabulous photo in an edited form with the words and the folks on the left missing.
    Have long wanted wanted to know where it came from. Thought it was perhaps just a candid pic of the sort that would nowadays be put on Webshots or Flikr.

    Anyway trust The Cherry Red Report to come to the rescue with some fine investigative reporting.

    And now I’ve got the FULL version too!

    10 0ut of 10


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