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for kink-bingo 2012

  1. Kids in the Hall – Dave Foley, Kevin McDonald, Bruce McCulloch, Scott Thomson and Mark McKinney
  2. Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie
  3. Tim Curry in The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  4. Graham Chapman of Monty Python
  5. Unknown – 1865
  6. Unknown couple
  7. Unknown
  8. Stuart, known as Patti 1942
  9. Unknown vaudeville troop
  10. unknown 1875
  11. unknown 1877
  12. 1896
  13. unknown
  14. unknown
  15. unknown vaudeville performer
  16. advertisement
  17. Mr. Pat Waters presents the World’s Most Beautiful Boys
  18. Arthur and Horace 1903
  19. Charles Fernand  circa 1900
  20. Frankie LeMarche circa 1920
  21. Harrison and Coover 1905
  22. Percy Vanderpoel 1885
  23. James A. Watts 1920
  24. Jimmy Rogers 1862
  25. Leo Loyal 1890
  26. Unknown trio
  27. Unknown
  28. Unknown
  29. Jerry Vaughn  1947
  30. Russell Wallet circa 1900
  31. Unknown trio photo taken in White River Junction, Vermont
  32. Maude Mortimer
  33. Unknown photo by Charlotte Hermanson
  34. Unknown
  35. Unknown


Dude Looks Like A Lady – Aerosmith

Twelve recs

Jul. 8th, 2012 12:21 pm
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Twelve recs from some of my favourite episodes of Star Trek, Star Trek:The Next Generation and The Big Valley.  For the emotion play square on my king bingo card round 5


 all rated G




TITLE:  The Cage/The Menagerie

FANDOM: Star Trek original series (ST-TOS)

The Cage

Directed by Robert Butler

Written by Gene Roddenberry

Starring Jeffrey Hunter, Susan Oliver and Leonard Nimoy

The Menagerie

Directed by Marc Daniels

Written by Gene Roddenberry

Starring William Shatner, Jeffrey Hunter, Susan Oliver and Leonard Nimoy

summary: Capt. Pike is held prisoner and tested by aliens who have the power to project incredibly lifelike illusions.


The franchise starts off with a bang in the emotional manipulation arena.  When this was aired as “The Menagerie”, even more manipulation is used.


TITLE:  Amok Time


Directed by Joseph Pevney

Written by Theodore Sturgeon

Starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley

summary: In the throes of his Pon Farr mating period, Spock must return to Vulcan to meet his intended future wife, betrothed from childhood.


Poor Spock’s emotions get played with so much, he actually smiles at the end of the episode.


TITLE:  I, Mudd


Directed by Marc Daniels

Written by Stephen Kandel

Starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley

Summary:  Harry Mudd returns with a plot to take over the Enterprise by stranding the crew on a planet populated by androids under his command.


Not exactly playing with emotions, but more using emotions to play with logic


TITLE: The Enterprise Incident


Directed by John Meredyth Lucas

Written by Gene Roddenberry, D.C. Fontana

Starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley

Summary:  An apparently insane Capt. Kirk has the Enterprise deliberately enter the Romulan Neutral Zone and the ship is immediately captured by the enemy.


Kirk gets to manipulate not only the Romulans, but his whole crew as well.


TITLE:  Day of The Dove


Directed by Marvin J. Chomsky

Written by Gene Roddenberry, Jerome Bixby

Starring Jeffrey Hunter, Susan Oliver and Leonard Nimoy

SUMMARY: An entity traps the Enterprise crew and the crew of a disabled Klingon battle cruiser in an unending war aboard the Enterprise.


Alien creature, feeding off emotions it manipulates the crews of both ships to produce.



TITLE: The Mark of Gideon


Directed by Jud Taylor

Written by Gene Roddenberry, George F. Slavin, Stanley Adams

Starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley

Summary:  Kirk beams down to the planet Gideon and appears to find himself trapped on the deserted Enterprise. Spock on the real Enterprise must use his diplomatic skills to deal with the uncooperative inhabitants of Gideon to find the Captain.


As with most of the Star Trek recs, this one’s a mindfuck from start to finish for the captain.



TITLE: Future Imperfect

FANDOM:  Start Trek The Next Generation (ST-TNG)

Directed by Les Landau

Written by J. Larry Carroll and David Bennett Carren

Starring Jonathan Frakes

Summary: After an away mission to Alpha Onias III interrupts Commander Riker's birthday party, the first officer suddenly awakens in sick-bay sixteen years in the future where he is the captain of the Enterprise and about to negotiate a peace treaty with the Romulan Star Empire.


TITLE:   Frame of Mind


Directed by James L. Conway

Written by Brannon Braga

Starring Jonathan Frakes

Summary: Riker begins to question reality when he finds himself in an alien insane asylum and faces the prospect his life on the Enterprise has been a delusion.


Both of these episodes completely screw with Riker’s emotions and sanity.




TITLE: The Iron Box

FANDOM: The Big Valley

Directed by Bernard McEveety

Written by Steven W. Carabastsos 

Starring Lee Majors, Peter Breck

Summary: Nick and Heath, on their way home with a prize bull, are accused of stealing the animal and are sentenced to a brutal work camp - without a trial.


Rizley, commandant of the prison, manipulates Nick so well that he even gets the proud cowboy on his knees to beg for his brother’s life.



TITLE: Court Martial – found on youtube in four parts,,,

FANDOM: The Big Valley

Directed by Virgil W. Vogel

Written by Steven W. Carabastsos

Starring Richard Long, Lee Majors, Peter Breck

SUMMARY: A retired Civil War era Union general is tried for war crimes by ex-Confederates at the Barkley ranch while the family is held captive.


As with most of the above Star Trek episodes, this episode of The Big Valley is manipulation from start to finish.




TITLE: The Disappearance – found on youtube in four parts,,,

FANDOM: The Big Valley

Directed by Virgil W. Vogel

Written by Michael Gleason, Lou Morhelm

Starring Barbara Stanwyck, Linda Evans

SUMMARY: While travelling Victoria and Audra check into a hotel. When the next morning Audra has disappeared and no one will admit she had even been there, Victoria is forced to investigate by herself.



TITLE:  Town of No Exit

FANDOM: The Big Valley

Directed by Norman S. Powell

Written by William Norton

Starring Lee Majors, Leslie Nielsen

SUMMARY: Heath arrives in a dying desert town, only to find himself a visitor in a madhouse. His hosts are five deranged people who play bizarre and deadly games with their infrequent guests. Heath's role in their hellish fantasy: the accused--on trial for rape and murder.


Probably the least favourite episode of most BV fans (which is likely why it’s not uploaded anywhere), but s serious mindfuck for Heath, especially when he’s about to be hung.




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A vid featuring the objectification of people ('people' used loosely as I'm including anthropomorphic animal characters as people) in animated Disney movies. Set to the song “Acoustic Guitar” performed by Naked House
for my Objectification square kink bingo round five

It opens with Disney’s Alice in Wonderland. The Queen of Hearts asks Alice, “Do you play croquet?” Alice responds “Why yes, Your Majesty.” The Queen grabs Alice and marches off yelling, “The let the games begin!”

Fade to next clip where Piglet is holding onto a string so as not to get blown away. Kanga jumps out of her house and Roo pokes his head out of her pocket to exclaim, “Look, Mama, a kite!”

Back to Alice, the flamingos all jump into a stand to be used as croquet mallets. Rolling up her sleeves, the Queen strides to the mallet holder. She grabs two flamingos, pulls them out and swishes them through the air. She tosses away the blue one and straightens out the green one over his protests.

Fade to a view of Winnie the Pooh’s backside stuck in Rabbit’s front door. It is framed in Rabbit’s mirror and Rabbit pull off the frame to regard it carefully. He forces it over Pooh’s rear end and looks at it, pleased.

Another fade, this time to the Beast’s castle being transformed. Lumiere hops up to Belle and the Beast, now a prince, and turns into a young man. Cogsworth the clock transforms into a stout dark-haired man and lastly the teapot turns back into the kindly Mrs. Potts.

Back to the croquet match. The Queen of Hearts whacks her flamingo croquet mallet against the ground, spreads his feet and uses him as a seat.

Fade to Rabbit finishing his decorating. He has drawn a happy face on Pooh’s rear, neatly framed by the mirror frame. A shelf is running between his feet and Rabbit is using him as a display table. Rabbit clasps his hands in joy.


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