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That rings a bell in a dusty corner of my mind. Who is (was) the artist? Didn't he draw a series of cartoons for Playboy or Hustler in the 1960s and 70s? The raven-haired dominatrix in one series was an incredibly wealthy bi-sexual woman who liked it from either hand and she had a tame Nazi German mad scientist working for her to help her plan of taking over the world.
 

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That rings a bell in a dusty corner of my mind. Who is (was) the artist? Didn't he draw a series of cartoons for Playboy or Hustler in the 1960s and 70s? The raven-haired dominatrix in one series was an incredibly wealthy bi-sexual woman who liked it from either hand and she had a tame Nazi German mad scientist working for her to help her plan of taking over the world.
Oh, Wicked Wanda! was a British full-colour, satirical adult comic strip, written by Frederic Mullally, and drawn by Ron Embleton. The strip regularly appeared in Penthouse magazine from 1973 to 1980. In the 1960s, Ron Embleton, already a veteran comic book artist, had worked extensively for TV Century 21 comic, illustrating stories based on the television programmes Stingray, Thunderbirds, and Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, amongst others. For Wicked Wanda Embleton painted the panels in watercolour. Frederic Mullally began his career in the 1940s as a journalist, and by the time of Wicked Wanda he had already become a successful novelist.

Wikipedia has an interesting full article on our heroine.
 
Oh, Wicked Wanda! was a British full-colour, satirical adult comic strip, written by Frederic Mullally, and drawn by Ron Embleton. The strip regularly appeared in Penthouse magazine from 1973 to 1980. In the 1960s, Ron Embleton, already a veteran comic book artist, had worked extensively for TV Century 21 comic, illustrating stories based on the television programmes Stingray, Thunderbirds, and Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, amongst others. For Wicked Wanda Embleton painted the panels in watercolour. Frederic Mullally began his career in the 1940s as a journalist, and by the time of Wicked Wanda he had already become a successful novelist.

Wikipedia has an interesting full article on our heroine.
Penthouse - of course. That's where I remember seeing it. Been a long time since I've had one of those in my hand. (fnarr fnarr) The publisher of Penthouse is Bob Guccione. In 1976, Guccione used about US $17.5 million of his personal fortune to finance the controversial historical epic pornographic film Caligula, with Malcolm McDowell in the title role and a supporting cast including Helen Mirren, John Gielgud, Teresa Ann Savoy, and Peter O'Toole. The film, which was eventually released in late 1979, was produced in Italy (made at the Dear Studios in Rome) and was directed by Tinto Brass.

This is probably the film where Helen Mirren got 'em out for the lads.
 

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Penthouse - of course. That's where I remember seeing it. Been a long time since I've had one of those in my hand. (fnarr fnarr) The publisher of Penthouse is Bob Guccione. In 1976, Guccione used about US $17.5 million of his personal fortune to finance the controversial historical epic pornographic film Caligula, with Malcolm McDowell in the title role and a supporting cast including Helen Mirren, John Gielgud, Teresa Ann Savoy, and Peter O'Toole. The film, which was eventually released in late 1979, was produced in Italy (made at the Dear Studios in Rome) and was directed by Tinto Brass.

This is probably the film where Helen Mirren got 'em out for the lads.

Geilgud, when questioned about the pornography that was inserted by Guccione after principal photography, was famously quoted as saying

"There was no mention of sex or violence when I read the original paycheck"
 
Geilgud, when questioned about the pornography that was inserted by Guccione after principal photography, was famously quoted as saying

"There was no mention of sex or violence when I read the original paycheck"
It is available as a download on You Tube currently, but the stream is only 480 p/ Standard Definition if that is important. It was well shot for all of that.

 

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