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"chiave amatoriale alla prima serie della rivista bilingue (italiano e francese) "Glamour International Magazine", che esce ... casa editrice osé è la Glittering Images, nata per iniziativa di Mauro Ricciardelli, Stefano Piselli e Riccardo Morrocchi ..." --La bottega delle nuvole: la storia del fumetto da Nerbini ai disegnatori toscani (1995) by Maurizio Sessa

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Glamour International is an Italian magazine first published in the 1980s.

Each issue of Italian erotica magazine Glamour is 12×12 inch, has a color wraparound cover, and is mostly in color. The focus is international eroticism, from classic cheesecake and bondage to the latest work by top artists.

Black Women and Jungle Girls includes work by filmmaker Federico Fellini, double-page spreads by Filippo Scòzzari, Silvio Cadelo, James Steranko, Leone Frollo, Dave Stevens, Franco Saudelli, Frank Frazetta, and a fine cover and illustration by Óscar Chichoni. Girls and horror films of the 1950s, and Bill Ward. See also Alberto Becattini.

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