The Sunday Times magazine - The Evolution Of The Female Form cover (13 October 1968)
The Sunday Times magazine - The Evolution Of The Female Form cover (13 October 1968) Fair condition - magazine has been read - there is curling to spine - some age wear and foxing throughout - middle page loose at bottom staple
(Cover photo by Terence Donovan)
THE FEMALE FORM - We trace some of the variations seen through the eyes of artists, archaeologists, physicians and historians
THE TILLER GIRLS THROUGH THE AGES - 1 page feature
CORSETRY - "One girl, six corsets, seven shapes"
(By Brendan Jones, Photos by Terence Donovan)
4 page feature
ART - "The painter's attitude"
(An eight-page analysis by Robert Melville)
4000 YEARS OF THE FEMALE FORM - 2 page photos
THE FEMALE FORM - Professional beauties, vamps, flappers, bathing belles... the masculine ideal of the female form is expressed in each generation by the changing taste in pin-ups
2 page photo feature
(Includes intermingled photo of Rita Hayworth, Diana Dors, Gertie Millar, Jean Harlow, Marilyn Monroe, Jane Russell, Lily Langtry, Lana Turner, Mae West, Betty Grable, Ava Gardner, John Collins and more)
THE CUSTOM-BUILT WOMAN - A consultant gynaecologist explains why women are shaped like women and not men (and suggests some modifications)
One and a quarter-page feature
"THE BIGGEST BOOKIE IN THE WORLD" - A profile of William Hill (by Philip Norman)
Two and a half pages
ALFRED HITCHCOCK - "The Master's Voice"
'Hitchcock' by Francois Truffaut is the result of a series of dialogues between a gifted French film director and his idol. This excerpt is introduced by George Perry
(Include one-and-a-half page black/white photos stills from the famous scene in Psycho, analysed in detail)
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Volkswagen 411 [7 pages]