June Wilkinson and Whiteface

UNITED STATES – OCTOBER 13: Advance Muffler Publicity Photos With June Wilkinson. Wilkinson, fresh off her pictorial in Playboy magazine, lends her considerable talents to automotive endeavors like this promotional shoot and appearances at Riverside Raceway events. (Photo by Pat Brollier/The Enthusiast Network/Getty Images)

There is a good chance Donald Trump masturbated to a photo of June Wilkinson – at least once! I did – several times! Her boobs thrusting forth under her sweater, is what made America Great – coupled with the Southern Baptist religion – which was all about SEX.

Above is a photo of my First Flame when she was thirteen. A woman is trying to get her into advertising, thus, that is a plastic bottle of Sea&Ski in her hand. This would make a great black and white painting. Dig the crazy-quilt railing and the heavy curtains behind the sliding glass doors. This is LA Chic. What are those patterns? There is much sex taking place behind these stage doors, these erotic cubicles.

At sixteen, I am a young artist dating a fifteen year old blonde who looks like a cross between June, and Kim Novac. I am thrilled at the idea I am going to paint Marilyn Godfrey – nude! She is……alluring! However, she and her mother are luring me into to the Baptist Church in order to rectify the wrong done to M’s older half-sister, who was jilted by Robert Schuller’s son, who did not get his father’s permission to marry a half-Filipino, who is/was, not that pretty, or, alluring. What was the attraction? Shauna was a Super Baptist who put this Super White Holy Family to – The Test! We’re talking about Improved Race Relations. I just wanted to improve upon my lustful virginity, and move on to bigger and better things. Instead of this………..

……..I am getting this………..

What took me a coon’s age to grasp, was that Sex and Religion go hand in hand in the Baptist Religion. Baptist ministers want their flocks to have sex – much sex – but, they got to repent, run their Holy Lust through Jesus and the church. The basket is passed. Paying for the Wages of Lust, is available to you. I didn’t understand why Marilyn had not taken off all her clothes for me. June’s BIB BOOBS raked in a billion from a million suckers!

Shanna is a Black Radical who knew all the black radicals in Paris. Her mate wrote ‘Fela: This Bitch of a Life’. After seeing Marilyn’s Black Show at the Hult, she wanted to do a autobiography. When Marilyn lied to me, told me Shanna did not date the White Dude who was Heir to the Crystal Cathedral, I knew she and her Tribe was trying to steal my book ‘Capturing Beauty’ and make it all about them and Kenny Reed, the black the Black Jazz guy.  This is right out of a Roger Coreman flick. No one had a First Love Story like this. Shanna did not try to screw Marilyn, nor did my famous sister ‘The Painter of Beautiful Women’.  I was a White Heterosexual Beatnik Artist trying to get laid I had a fierce Lust For Life in female form.

This morning I awoke feeling I was less-then all the hip folk in the Reed Circle. When Marilyn demoted the hippies, I knew her tribe was going to up Jazz Players, many who were heroin addicts. Back to Venice Beach where I rescued Rena.

What I have been trying to do in this blog is give Angry White Baptist Men, another choice. Trump is luring Steve back into the fold and will renew his loyalty to the President, and not Jesus, because Steve is an atheist. What I suggest if WHITEFACE a answer to FACEBOOK. At Whiteface, white folks will only see whitefaces doing their Lust-Church Thing. No black folks allowed, no shamming the stupid tribal sex stuff that made America Great. Here the White Libedo is fortified by alternating images of Busty Babes, and the Blue-eyed Jesus. Many white babies will be born.

I just discovered the true source for the movie ‘La La Land’. ‘Too Late Blues’ has disappeared all black Jazz players but one pale-skinned black man. This is what Whiteface will look like. June is in this Cool White Jazz flick.  Hopefully angry white neo-Confederate evangelicals will stay out of politics and avoid another Donald Trump with Nuclear Meltdown. Stop fighting them. Help them believe it is all about – THEM – so we can live!

Above are pics from ‘Getting Off’ a movie done by Julie Lynch who wrote a movie score for our Family Legend, our Star, who was inspired by her older brother’s struggle to get to third base with the vivacious Marilyn who spurned the advances of J.J. Johnson when she was fourteen. He was rounding first when she was fourteen. He invited my first love up to his pad for dinner that he cooked for her. Marilyn showed me a nude topless photo Les McCann took of her when she was fifteen. She studied my reaction intensely in order to gage how much racism was lurking in me. I think I sored 86%. This was one of many of the Quick  Racist Quiz I failed. But, that was the idea. I could never live up to her ideals.

The biggest mistake I ever made was not to buy a camera and declare myself a photographer. I could have gotten a hundred girls to take their clothes off for me. Play the video of J.J. and imagine I am doing another shoot in my pad by the sea. I could get these beauties to do my dishes, which would make a great Jazz title……….’Do My Dishes’.

I would put on J.J,’s LP and begin my session. I would avoid black people at all costs, because, they brought me much grief.  Out of spite I borrow their music, their art, to get laid over and over again.

Jon Presco




Too Late Blues

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Too Late Blues
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by John Cassavetes
Produced by John Cassavetes
Written by Richard Carr
John Cassavetes
Starring Bobby Darin
Stella Stevens
Everett Chambers
Music by David Raksin
Cinematography Lionel Lindon A.S.C.
Edited by Frank Bracht, A.C.E.
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date
  • November 7, 1961 (France)
  • February 28, 1962
Running time
103 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Too Late Blues is a 1961 black-and-white American film directed by John Cassavetes, with stars Bobby Darin, Stella Stevens and Everett Chambers. It is the story of jazz musician “Ghost” Wakefield and his relationship with both his fellow band members and his love interest, Jess, a beautiful would-be singer. The film was written by Cassavetes and Richard Carr.[1]

It was the first film that Cassavetes produced for a major Hollywood studio, Paramount,[2] and Darin’s first nonsinging role.[3]


“Ghost” Wakefield is the leader of a struggling jazz band. At a party he meets the attractive singer Jess, who is in a relationship with the Ghost’s agent, Benny. At Ghost’s insistence she becomes a member of the band, and he begins a relationship with her, antagonizing Benny.

Benny arranges for the band to cut a record. In a party at a bar celebrating the recording session, Benny encourages a tough guy, Tommy, to pick a fight with the band. Ghost avoids fighting, causing a rift with Jess. She leaves the band, and the band breaks up. Ghost becomes the protege of a rich patron, playing the piano at night clubs under her sponsorship, his career in decline, while the rest of the band plays inferior music to make a living.

Ghost locates Jess, who has become a prostitute, and goes with her to the other band members, who reject him but begin playing their old music with Jess singing.


The Garden Grove Community Church was founded in 1955 by Robert H. Schuller and his wife Arvella.[9] An affiliate of the Reformed Church in America, the church first held services in space rented from the Orange Drive-In Theatre.

In 1961, the congregation moved to a new sanctuary designed by architect Richard Neutra. In 1968, the congregation completed the Tower of Hope to provide office and classroom space but continued growth led to the need for a new facility.[citation needed] Schuller envisioned a unique facility with walls made of glass and commissioned architect Philip Johnson. The design was an outgrowth of Johnson’s reexamination of German expressionist architect Hermann Finsterlin.[10] Construction of the Crystal Cathedral began in 1977 and was completed in 1980, built at a cost of $18 million.[11] The signature rectangular panes of glass comprising the building are not bolted to the structure; they are glued to it using a silicone-based glue. This and other measures are intended to allow the building to withstand an earthquake of magnitude 8.0. The building was constructed using over 10,000 rectangular panes of glass.[12]

magazine and in films of the 1960s. One of the world’s most-photographed women in the late 1950s and early 1960s, at the height of her career she was called “the most photographed nude in America”.[2]

Life and career[edit]

June Wilkinson was born 27 March 1940 in Eastbourne, England.[3] Having started as a stage performer at the age of 12, she went on to become the youngest topless dancer, at the age of 15, at the Windmill Theatre in London from 1957 to 1958.[2] During a promotional tour in the United States, she was discovered by Hugh Hefner. Her first appearance in Playboy, in September 1958, was titled “The Bosom”.[4] She was a brunette in those days, but in later shoots she was a blonde.

Wilkinson’s second Playboy appearance was photographed by Russ Meyer. Meyer was an independent photographer at the time, and filming his ground-breaking The Immoral Mr. Teas (1959). Because she was under contract to Seven Arts at the time, Wilkinson could not officially appear in Meyer’s film. However, as an uncredited and unpaid favor to the director, Wilkinson’s breasts can be seen through a window in one scene.[4]

Wilkinson appeared in Playboy again in August 1959 in a spread titled “The Bosom in Hollywood.”[4] During this period, she appeared with Spike Jones‘s band, together with actor Billy Barty. Recalling this period in her career, Wilkinson later remembered Barty with affection, but commented that Jones, off-stage, had no sense of humor.[4] In 1960, Wilkinson was featured in Playboy five times, in June, July, August, October, and again in November. Her feature in the November issue was titled “The Bosom Revisits Playboy”.[5] Wilkinson appeared in the 1960 voodoo film, Macumba Love, which promoted her measurements as “44-20-36”.[5] At times reported as up to “45-22-35”, in 1963 Wilkinson stated that her measurements were actually “40-22-35”.[2]

In 1961 Wilkinson made several stage appearances on the U.S. West coast with performers such as Louis Jordan in Marriage Go Round, Silvia Sidney in Come Blow Your Horn and Milton Berle in Norman, Is That You?.[6] She had a brief role in John Cassavetes‘s 1962 film, Too Late Blues.[6]

In December 1962, Wilkinson made her last appearance in Playboy, though her photos continued to appear in the magazine in anniversary and retrospective features.[6] Though she was never an official Playmate, she was featured in the magazine on seven separate occasions and was one of the magazine’s most popular photo subjects. She appeared in more than fifty other men’s magazines and newspapers from 1958–70, making her one of the most-photographed models of the era.

Wilkinson was the star of director Myron Gold‘s 1963 film, La Rabia or The Rage. Directed in Mexico City, the film has Wilkinson as a stripper with a gigolo boyfriend.[6] She met Dan Pastorini, NFL quarterback for the Houston Oilers and Oakland Raiders in 1972, and they were married in 1973.[7] They co-starred in the 1974 film Florida Connection (also known as Weed), for the producer of Rage. The couple divorced in 1982, and Wilkinson never remarried.[8] She has a daughter, Brahna.

In the 1970s-1980s Wilkinson starred in a series of sex comedy teasers such as “Three in a Bedroom,” “The Ninety-Day Mistress” (with Eve McVeagh) and “Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?” [9]

In 1997, in her late 50s, June came back for another nude shoot in The Best of Glamour Girls: Then and Now vol. 2 (Winter 1997). In 1999 when Playboy published its list of the “100 Sexiest Stars of the Century,” June came in at #30. Currently she hosts The Directors, a cable show in which she interviews filmmakers. She is also putting together a show about the history of fashion called Glamour’s First 5000 Years.


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  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    I wrote this over a month ago.

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