Vocabulary is extremely important. That's why I am
stephythompson:

lesbianmuse:

A little “something” for you *blush*

She’s just gorgeous!


Yummy

stephythompson:

lesbianmuse:

A little “something” for you *blush*

She’s just gorgeous!

Yummy

Hot

Lucky bastard

Love the freckles

Love the freckles

nofrillsretro:

Retro beauty

Hot retro

nofrillsretro:

Retro beauty

Hot retro

Cute

Cute

nude-public:

More Nude Babes.

Yummy titties
sexysexnsuch:

-J


Yummy

sexysexnsuch:

-J

Yummy

thisselfie:

http://thisselfie.tumblr.com

I fucking love tan lines!

thisselfie:

http://thisselfie.tumblr.com

I fucking love tan lines!

classicnudes:

Anne Randall
PMOM: May 1967
Pictorials: Playmate Review 1967, January 1968; A New Leaf, November 1973; And The Playmates Sing, December 1981; Playmate Revisited, June 1998; Retro Renovation, May 2013
Special Editions: Celebrating Centerfolds Vol. 3, 1999; Girls of Playboy 1, 1973; Girls of Playboy 2, 1974; Playmates - The First 15 Years, 1983; Women of Television, 1984
Covers: October 1973
Movies: "The Split" (1968), "Model Shop" (1969), "A Time for Dying" (1969), "Hell’s Bloody Devils" (1970), "The Christian Licorice Store" (1971), "Doomsday Voyage" (1972), "Get to Know Your Rabbit" (1972), "Stacy" (1973), "Westworld" (1973)
TV: "Days of Our Lives" (1965), "The Monkees" (1967), "Mod Squad" (1970), "Banyon" (1971), "McCloud" (1971), "Rod Serling’s Night Gallery" (1971), "Cade’s County" (1972), "The Streets of San Francisco" (1972), "The Doris Day Show" (1972), "The Nigh Strangler" (TV movie) (1973), "Cannon" (1973), "The Magician" (1973), "Love, American Style" (1972-1974), "Barnaby Jones" (1973-1974), "Hot. L Baltimore" (1975), "Bronk" (1976), "The Rockford Files" (1976), "Roger & Harry: The Mitera Target" (TV movie) (1977), "Switch" (1977)
Born: Sept. 23, 1944, Alameda, CA
Anne was born Barbara Burrus. In 1959, she became a regular on the KPIX Dance Party, an afternoon television show featuring teenagers dancing to popular music, broadcast on KPIX-TV Channel 5 (CBS) in San Francisco. At the time of her photo session, she was studying drama at San Francisco City College; her ambition was to become an actress.
Her pictorial was titled Queen Anne.
Later in 1967, she married Dick Stewart.It was at this point that Barbara Burrus took her agent’s advice and changed her name to Anne Randall. During the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s, Anne pursued a film and television career, appearing in such shows as “Cannon,” “Barnaby Jones,” and “The Rockford Files.” She also spent two years as one of the beauties on “Hee Haw.” Sometimes she was credited as Anne Randall Stewart.Anne now lives in Sun City, AZ, with her husband Dick, where she works as a community activist.


Old school hotness

classicnudes:

Anne Randall

  • PMOM: May 1967
  • Pictorials: Playmate Review 1967, January 1968; A New Leaf, November 1973; And The Playmates Sing, December 1981; Playmate Revisited, June 1998; Retro Renovation, May 2013
  • Special Editions: Celebrating Centerfolds Vol. 3, 1999; Girls of Playboy 1, 1973; Girls of Playboy 2, 1974; Playmates - The First 15 Years, 1983; Women of Television, 1984
  • Covers: October 1973
  • Movies: "The Split" (1968), "Model Shop" (1969), "A Time for Dying" (1969), "Hell’s Bloody Devils" (1970), "The Christian Licorice Store" (1971), "Doomsday Voyage" (1972), "Get to Know Your Rabbit" (1972), "Stacy" (1973), "Westworld" (1973)
  • TV: "Days of Our Lives" (1965), "The Monkees" (1967), "Mod Squad" (1970), "Banyon" (1971), "McCloud" (1971), "Rod Serling’s Night Gallery" (1971), "Cade’s County" (1972), "The Streets of San Francisco" (1972), "The Doris Day Show" (1972), "The Nigh Strangler" (TV movie) (1973), "Cannon" (1973), "The Magician" (1973), "Love, American Style" (1972-1974), "Barnaby Jones" (1973-1974), "Hot. L Baltimore" (1975), "Bronk" (1976), "The Rockford Files" (1976), "Roger & Harry: The Mitera Target" (TV movie) (1977), "Switch" (1977)
  • Born: Sept. 23, 1944, Alameda, CA

Anne was born Barbara Burrus. In 1959, she became a regular on the KPIX Dance Party, an afternoon television show featuring teenagers dancing to popular music, broadcast on KPIX-TV Channel 5 (CBS) in San Francisco. At the time of her photo session, she was studying drama at San Francisco City College; her ambition was to become an actress.

Her pictorial was titled Queen Anne.

Later in 1967, she married Dick Stewart.

It was at this point that Barbara Burrus took her agent’s advice and changed her name to Anne Randall. During the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s, Anne pursued a film and television career, appearing in such shows as “Cannon,” “Barnaby Jones,” and “The Rockford Files.” She also spent two years as one of the beauties on “Hee Haw.” Sometimes she was credited as Anne Randall Stewart.

Anne now lives in Sun City, AZ, with her husband Dick, where she works as a community activist.

Old school hotness