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Bettie Page Dark Angel


directed by Nico B, 74 minutes

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Bettie Page was America's favorite and most photographed pin-up model of the 1950s, and achieved her greatest success as Playboy's January 1955 centerfold. It was however her association with fetish photographer Irving Klaw that would change her life forever and established the cult icon status she maintains to this day. BETTIE PAGE DARK ANGEL recalls in episodes her last three years as a pin-up queen, her mysterious disappearance and faithfully recreates, in Irving Klaw's original style, many of her now lost classic bondage films.

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1 user found this helpful Created 11 months ago.

thats not the real Bettie Page ! ...the best part of this movie is the closeing credits.

Created about 1 year ago.

Bad acting, bad sets, and not a good portrayal of Bettie Page, who not only had bangs but shorter hair. And Estes Kefauver played by someone with a German accent?? He was from Tennessee and had a southern drawl.

Created 7 months ago.

Bettie Page deserved better than that. Lots of crude re-enactments of her short films, porn script quality acting. Not much of a story of her life or even her career.

Created 8 months ago.

tells the story

Created about 1 year ago.

well me no found it watchable

Created about 1 year ago.

Bettie Page was looking for acceptance and found it in Jesus!