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ay-ay-ayyyy!
thanks,hun! this is the first pic posted here w/ only anita + marianne on it ever.
miss pallenberg has killer legs,seriously...they're just made for wearing skimpy mini-dresses! (;

btw,I'm afraid I don't know the guy who's with them at heathrow either,sorry.

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This has to be one of the greatest photos of Anita and Marianne together, but since they're so scarce, who knows. Here is a scan of Anita, Keith and baby Marlon at Heathrow airport in 1969. The Stones had just played Altamont.

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She looks lovely there. Thanks for posting it 60sWildChild.

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Here are a few from 79-80. As you can tell she started to slide. However, Ithink she looks great in the hat (I've got a thing for hats). Photos are courtesy of WireImage/Ron Galella:

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^ Wow, she looks awful.
Thanks for posting those though 60swildchild.

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Here are a few from 79-80. As you can tell she started to slide. However, Ithink she looks great in the hat (I've got a thing for hats). Photos are courtesy of WireImage/Ron Galella:
booze & drugs took their toll...
I can't help it,but that hat reminds me of crocodile dundee's! (I'm also a sucker for them,though)


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A few more scans:

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[quote=danabnormal]aww, I envy you! do you own the video/dvd, songbirdsel? (I still can't get over the fact that amazon doesn't offer it - aaaahhh)
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Sorry for the late reply hon, no i dont unfortunelty own the dvd or video. I was in London and they showed it as apart of a film festival. Infact on the way out i stole a poster... or two. I definetly will be on the look out for it now. Well worth it, the whole film is intoxicating. So good to see more pics of Anita

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More scans Nita:

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Photos courtesy of Michael Cooper, scanned by me:

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Performance will be available on DVD soon. I just pre ordered a copy. I haven't watched it before.


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You're going to have to fill me in on the extras.

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Performance will be available on DVD soon. I just pre ordered a copy. I haven't watched it before.

jesus,these are great news. as my birthday's one week after the release date,I'm gonna set it on my wishlist.
I wonder why amazon decided to offer it now,though.

thx for the HQs,wild child!

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I didn't know this about Mia Farrow was suppose to be Lucy
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'PERFORMANCE' Nicolas Roeg & Donald Cammell (1970);
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From: The Independent - London | Date: November 17, 2006 | Author: ROGER CLARKE

By 1968, the cinematographer Nicolas Roeg, who had distinguished himself with his work for Francois Truffaut ( Fahrenheit 451) and John Schlesinger ( Far from the Madding Crowd) had become a familiar figure in the Rolling Stones/Beatles/Robert Fraser/Chelsea demi- monde of Swinging London. In the summer of that year, he put his contacts to good use by making Performance with Donald Cammell, a painter who had recently reinvented himself as a scriptwriter. They moved into a house in Notting Hill, west London, and made one of the most groundbreaking films in British cinema.
The story of a gangland boss who improbably goes to ground in the crumbling house of a pop star played by Mick Jagger, it features two famous scenes involving the Rolling Stones frontman - then at the height of his powers. The surreal "Memo from Turner" sequence was a trippy fantasy in which Jagger donned a dapper suit and tie and started behaving like a gangland boss. But the scene that caused the most fuss was Jagger in bed with Anita Pallenberg and Michele Breton. Mia Farrow was supposed to be the Breton character, named Lucy, but had broken her ankle.

A couple of large and powerful lights were aimed at the bed. Using a 16mm Rolex camera, operator Mike Molloy found himself under the sheets in what turned out to be a very long and very genuine sexual encounter between the three stars. "When I came up to reload the camera, Nic said: 'sod this, you're having all the fun', and dived under the bedclothes himself," he later told Quentin Falk of the Bafta magazine.

When the 10 rolls of film were sent to the lab for development, Roeg and Cammell found their production in trouble. The footage was dubbed pornographic and the lab deemed itself criminally liable for prosecution. Roeg's employee Chris O'Dell supervised the destruction of much of the material.
But some of the footage escaped the net, and according to one apocryphal source, was distributed in Holland as a porn film. The final bowdlerised version of the film (which still has four edits circulating - the cuts were ordered by Warners) was mostly finessed by Cammell after Roeg decamped to Australia to make Walkabout.

It remains something of an irony that Jagger's best and most memorable film role should be modelled on his friend and nemesis Brian Jones. Many years after the film's release, Jagger told author Colin McCabe that the myths still swirling around the film were "so good I can't deny them". Its themes still enthral British filmmakers, drawn to its flavour of Kray-like gangsterism, urban decay and decadent rock stars.

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I am so excited that Performance is being released on DVD soon. Its one of my favourite movies, lagely due to the presence of the wicked and charismatic Anita. I love the way in Abosutely Fabulous she played the Devil to Marianne Faithfull's God.

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