Francoise Hardy in Petticoat magazine

Thought I’d share this English language interview with Françoise Hardy from Petticoat magazine (4 February 1967):

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Do you remember the first time?

I recently found this article in an old copy of Cosmopolitan magazine from November 1973.  It involves “tree love”, kissing cousins, cherry cola trade-offs and witchcraft and just had to be shared:

Roger Vadim – the earth shook…

Samantha Eggar – No way, Jose!

Sally Kellerman – Twenty-five… twenty-four… twenty-three…

Michael Caine – the best teacher I ever had

Linda Lovelace – thinking about it…

Elizabeth Taylor – leaving it up to you

Omar Sharif – scared and stupid

Laurence Harvey – if I dirtied my velvet suit my mother would be very cross indeed…

Faye Dunaway – deeply embedded guilt

Sean Connery – playing doctors and nurses

Sacha Distel  – I put a lot of pressure on her

Carroll Baker – everybody should take as much as they want

Mae West – ain’t nobody got time for that!

Oliver Reed – positively bedewed with innocence

Brigitte Bardot – BBeautifully

David Niven – Wash your dickybird!

Leslie Caron – Give me three minutes…

Adrienne Corri – so bloody cheerful

Charles Bronson – not completely satisfactory…