“Dance of the Hoo-Hoo” by Emma Y. Suckert, published in 1898. This ragtime number has been recently recorded. Suckert’s only other known work, “Pickaninny Shuffle” from 1896, is a cakewalk dance. Picture shamelessly stolen from Chateau Thombeau.
A little Madam Satan photo gallery for this delightful October morning. Above is the fashion sketch by Adrian for Madam Satan’s deadly ball gown.
Tallulah Bankhead, Jeffrey Hunter and strong sexual tension (pictured) at a Hollywood Halloween party circa 1958. Courtesy MJ at Infomaniac.
And just imagine, only a mere 34 years later, she would star in the timeless romance Sextette.
Dracula (1931) photo gallery
Woodblock print “Bat Before the Moon” by Biho Takashi, circa 1910.
“Apres les Depart du Train des Maris” (1923) by Chéri Hérouard, courtesy Sugar + Meows
Sennett Bathing Beauty Marion McDonald.
From Pulp of the Day.