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Brigitte Bardot’s Boobs !

Our Copain Francais Ike sent us a lovely story, on foot of our Initials BB post.

It goes kinda like this;

In 1968, I was 9, my uncle brought me to Courchevel 1850 at Le Jardin Alpin in the splendid all-wooden Hotel Le Metropole.

A girl took me on her knees and I fell asleep in her arms, my head comfortably resting on her breasts.

All these adults around the table were boring and I didn’t know why they were all staring to us – especially her of course.

Guess who she was…?

Man, we’re so f*king jealous!!

How did her boobs feel?



January 28, 2009 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, France, _BABE, _CINEMA | Leave a comment

The Initials …The Initials … The Initials BB !

Une nuit que j’étais
A me morfondre
Dans quelque pub anglais
Du coeur de Londres
Parcourant l’Amour Mons-
Tre de Pauwels
Me vint une vision
Dans l’eau de Seltz

B Initials
B Initals
B Initials
B.B.

– Serge Gainsbourg

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January 5, 2009 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, France, Serge Gainsbourg, _BABE | 1 Comment

Brigitte Bardot sings Serge Gainsbourg’s Bubble Gum (1965)

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Love, my friend, is just like Bubble Bubble Gum !

A wonderful clip of BB in her hotty heyday belting out some classic Gainsbourg pop!

This piece is much beloved by mad Manc Morrissey, who’s been playing it at his gigs.

Aimer toujours le même homme
C’est des histoires à la gomme
L’amour mon vieux c’est tout comme
Du bubble bubble gum

Tu bâilles et tu t’étires comme
Tu éclates de rire comme
Tu es rose pâle comme
Mon bubble bubble gum

Entre mes bras tu étais comme
Tu étais tendre et sucré comme
Tu as perdu ta saveur comme
Mon bubble bubble gum

Si je pouvais te balancer comme
Mais tu me colles aux semelles comme
Allez va reviens welcome
Mon bubble bubble gum

from chrisvanzant

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July 29, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, France, Morrisey, Music_Chanson, Music_Pop, Serge Gainsbourg, _BABE, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Brigitte Bardot – The babe BB does a few videos!

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Sacre Mere de Dieu!


Genius, Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot perform Comic Strip.

Let’s all go go to the go-go!


Genius, Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot perform the wonderful Bonnie & Clyde.

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Nice Harley ad! Rather risque at the time!

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For real Francophiles. Or real BB fans!

July 28, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, Music_Pop, Serge Gainsbourg, _BABE, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | 1 Comment

Brigitte Bardot – And God Created Woman (and then created a Right Wing Whackjob!)

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https://i0.wp.com/www.the-planets.com/star-biography/Brigitte-Bardot-Biography-3.jpgMan, since her stunning heyday – when she was one of the sultriest sexiest women on the planet – BB has undergone a scary transformation! And not just physically!

What with marrying one of the advisors to the French Far Right, “National Front” scum; to publicly espousing narrow minded right wing gibberish about such issues as immigration, Islam in France, and homosexuality; to becoming a cat obsessive psychotic lunatic!

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But she was one hot mademoiselle back in the fifties and sixties though! And that’s all we care about!
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The archetypal sex kitten, Brigitte Bardot was the first foreign-language star ever to attain a level of international success comparable to America’s most popular homegrown talents. While the vast majority of her motion pictures failed to rank even remotely close to the best of her native France’s prodigious New Wave-era output, they proved a major breakthrough in establishing a market for foreign films in English-speaking countries; indeed, for all of the acclaim deservedly heaped on the more gifted actors and directors of her day, perhaps no other factor was more crucial to the far-reaching success of world cinema than Bardot’s sultry allure.

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Born on September 28, 1934, in Paris, she was the daughter of a wealthy industrialist; while studying ballet, she was approached with the offer to begin modeling, and by 1950 her image had already graced the cover of Elle magazine. There she was spotted by director Marc Allegret, who had earlier discovered the young Simone Simon.

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Soon Allegret’s assistant, Roger Vadim, contacted Bardot for a role in the picture Les Lauriers Sont Coupes. While Allegret did not cast the young model in his film, Vadim became immediately smitten by her pouty sensuality, and in 1952 he became her husband.

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That same year, Bardot made her film debut in Jean Boyer’s comedy Le Trou Normand; a series of bit roles followed before she appeared in Warner Bros.’ 1955 production of Helen of Troy. The studio was sufficiently impressed to offer a seven-year contract, but she refused, to accept her largest role to date opposite Jean Marais and Isabelle Pia in Futures Vedettes.

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After traveling to Britain to appear in 1955’s Doctor at Sea, Bardot returned to France to begin work on her first starring role in 1956’s La Lumiere d’en Face; the film’s producer, Christine Gouze-Renal, subsequently became her mentor and handled her career for a number of years. While still largely an unknown, Bardot soon enjoyed a string of hits, including Cette Sacree Gamine, Mi Figlio Nerone, and En Effeuillant la Marguerite, which positioned her as France’s top sex symbol by 1957.

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As Bardot’s popularity continued to soar, producer Raoul J. Levy offered Vadim the opportunity to direct his wife in Et Dieu Crea la Femme, an erotic melodrama co-starring Jean-Louis Trintignant. The film made Bardot an international star, earning over four million dollars in the U.S. alone. Unfortunately, her marriage to Vadim did not last, although their respective careers remained intertwined for years to come.

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Bardot’s popularity with American audiences was unprecedented for a non-English speaking actress, and after Levy cut a reported 225,000-dollar three-picture deal with Columbia for her services, she next starred in the sex romp Une Parisienne, followed by Vadim’s Les Bijoutiers du Clair de Lune. After much deliberation, plans were finally announced for Bardot’s English-language debut, Paris by Night, to be helmed by Vadim with Frank Sinatra in the lead. The project fell through, however, and she next appeared in 1960’s Babette s’en va-t-en Guerre opposite Jacques Charrier, who briefly became her second husband. While filming Henri-Georges Clouzot’s La Verite later that year, Bardot attempted suicide on her 26th birthday. After production resumed, the completed film rose to become France’s top moneymaker for the year, but it marked the end of her Columbia deal, and in light of her cooling popularity in the States and in Britain no other deals were immediately forthcoming.

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In 1960, Bardot released a pop music album, Inside Brigitte Bardot; several other LPs, including 1963’s Brigitte Bardot Sings and 1968’s Special Bardot, were to follow, and she scored a number of hit singles in tandem with the infamous singer/songwriter Serge Gainsbourg.

After she fired the original director on the 1961 comedy La Bride Sur le Cou, she had Vadim step in to complete the picture. She next starred with Marcello Mastroianni in Louis Malle’s La Vie Privée, delivering a clearly autobiographical turn as a young celebrity unable to cope with the pressures of stardom.

The picture was intended as Bardot’s swan song, but she was quickly coerced out of retirement to star in Jean-Luc Godard’s brilliant Le Mépris. While today recognized as a classic, at the time of its release the movie was the subject of very mixed reviews, with considerable editing required for release outside of France. As a result, it was a commercial disaster, and Bardot’s standing as Europe’s most popular actress was usurped by Sophia Loren.

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After finally making an American film, 1964’s family comedy Dear Brigitte, Bardot began work on Malle’s comedy Viva Maria!, which paired her opposite Jeanne Moreau. When it failed to live up to international box-office expectations, few of Bardot’s subsequent films were screened outside of France.

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Even within her native land her star continued to dim, and she did not appear in another certified hit prior to 1970’s L’Ours et la Poupee. However, when the Vadim-helmed Don Juan 1973 ou Si Don Juan Etait une Femme and 1974’s L’ Histoire Tres Bonne et Tres Joyeuse de Colinot Trousse Chemise failed, Bardot again announced plans for retirement; this time, apart from a handful of television appearances, she made good on her promise, and consistently refused all offers to return to the screen.

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In later years she became something of a recluse, but continued to make occasional headlines through her ardent support of animal rights causes and inflammatory racial comments.

– Jason Ankeny, All Movie Guide

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July 28, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, _BABE | Leave a comment

Serge Gainsbourg & Brigitte Bardot – Bonnie and Clyde LP (1968)


Serge Gainsbourg & Brigitte Bardot – Bonnie and Clyde (1968)
# Audio CD (June 22, 2004)
# Original Release Date: 1968
# Label: Polygram Int’l
# ASIN: B00000GAV2

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Bonnie and Clyde, the single, was a seminal piece of sixties pop. Typically Serge. Typically wonderful. Typically timeless!

And here, not only with that wonderful track, but loads of other great music, is the 1968 collaboration between then uber-hot actress Brigitte Bardot and her then boyfriend, the late great Serge Gainsbourg!

This is is the 20 bit digitally remastered reissue!

This release includes the original cover art and all 12 of the original tracks, including the wonderful title song.

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Tracklisting

1. Bonnie and Clyde – Brigitte Bardot, Serge Gainsbourg
2. Bubble Gum – Brigitte Bardot
3. Comic Strip – Serge Gainsbourg
4. Jour Comme un Autre – Brigitte Bardot
5. Pauvre Lola – Serge Gainsbourg
6. Eau À la Bouche – Serge Gainsbourg
7. Javanaise – Serge Gainsbourg
8. Madrague – Brigitte Bardot
9. Intoxicated Man – Serge Gainsbourg
10. Everybody Loves My Baby – Brigitte Bardot
11. Baudelaire – Serge Gainsbourg
12. Docteur Jekyll et Monsieur Hyde – Serge Gainsbourg

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Here be booby BB!

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Big thanks to the original poster

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July 28, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, France, Music_Chanson, Music_Pop, Serge Gainsbourg, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Initials BB

The once stunning and naughty Brigitte Bardot.

This of course was far before she mutated into a wierd Nazi loving, animal obsessive whackjob!


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June 11, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, _BABE | Leave a comment

Brigitte Bardot – Best Of BB

After scaling the heights of international fame as a ’50s movie pinup, Brigitte Bardot marked the shifting terrain of the ’60s with a plunge into the music world.

Like many French singers of the time, she updated the jazz-inspired chanson tradition of Trenet and Piaf with a healthy dose of pop and rock & roll.

This 20-track sampler covers the period from her eponymous 1962 debut to the early ’70s and such last hurrahs as her cover of Stevie Wonder’s “You Are the Sunshine of My Life.”

A superbly selected mix, Best of BB hits all the heights, including early beat-style numbers like “L’Appareil a Sous” and “Je Danse Donc Je Suis” and of course, what we love most, the several great Serge Gainsbourg collaborations (their infamous duet, “Je T’Aime…Moi Non Plus,” being the most famous of them).

Other Bardot-Gainsbourg highlights include such pop-culture landmarks as the peerless “Bonnie and Clyde” as well as “Harley Davidson,” and “Contact.”

A fabulous place to start exploring Bardot (look at “And God Created Woman” and Godard’s great “Le Mepris” first though!).

However, since her heyday, Miss BB has undergone a scary transformation! What with marrying one of the advisors to the French Far Right, “National Front” scum; to publicly espousing narrow minded right wing gibberish about such issues as immigration, Islam in France, and homosexuality; to becoming a cat obsessive near psychotic lunatic!

She was one hot mademoiselle back in 1956 though!

Tracklisting

01. L’Appareil à Sous

02. La Madrague
03. Je Me Donne à Qui Me Plaît
04. Moi Je Joue
05. Histoire de Plage
06. Ça Pourrait Changer (Don’t You Ever Change Your Mind)
07. Ne Me Laisse Pas l’Aimer
08. Maria Ninguen (Maria l’Amour)
09. Je Danse Donc Je Suis
10. Ciel de Lit
11. Bonnie and Clyde (Avec S.Gainsbourg)
12. Bubble Gum
13. Le Soleil
14. Harley Davidson
15. Contact
16. Je T’Aime…Moi Non Plus (1967 Original Version avec S.Gainsbourg)
17. Oh! Qu’il Est Vilain
18. Nue au Soleil
19. Te Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas (Nem Vem Que Nas Tem)
20. Soleil de Ma Vie (You Are the Sunshine of My Life avec S.Distel)

Here be once beautiful and booby BB :

best booby bb

Thanks to the original poster

February 18, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, Music_Chanson, Music_Pop, Music_WorldMusic, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Brigitte Bardot – Best Of BB

After scaling the heights of international fame as a ’50s movie pinup, Brigitte Bardot marked the shifting terrain of the ’60s with a plunge into the music world.

Like many French singers of the time, she updated the jazz-inspired chanson tradition of Trenet and Piaf with a healthy dose of pop and rock & roll.

This 20-track sampler covers the period from her eponymous 1962 debut to the early ’70s and such last hurrahs as her cover of Stevie Wonder’s “You Are the Sunshine of My Life.”

A superbly selected mix, Best of BB hits all the heights, including early beat-style numbers like “L’Appareil a Sous” and “Je Danse Donc Je Suis” and of course, what we love most, the several great Serge Gainsbourg collaborations (their infamous duet, “Je T’Aime…Moi Non Plus,” being the most famous of them).

Other Bardot-Gainsbourg highlights include such pop-culture landmarks as the peerless “Bonnie and Clyde” as well as “Harley Davidson,” and “Contact.”

A fabulous place to start exploring Bardot (look at “And God Created Woman” and Godard’s great “Le Mepris” first though!).

However, since her heyday, Miss BB has undergone a scary transformation! What with marrying one of the advisors to the French Far Right, “National Front” scum; to publicly espousing narrow minded right wing gibberish about such issues as immigration, Islam in France, and homosexuality; to becoming a cat obsessive near psychotic lunatic!

She was one hot mademoiselle back in 1956 though!

Tracklisting

01. L’Appareil à Sous

02. La Madrague
03. Je Me Donne à Qui Me Plaît
04. Moi Je Joue
05. Histoire de Plage
06. Ça Pourrait Changer (Don’t You Ever Change Your Mind)
07. Ne Me Laisse Pas l’Aimer
08. Maria Ninguen (Maria l’Amour)
09. Je Danse Donc Je Suis
10. Ciel de Lit
11. Bonnie and Clyde (Avec S.Gainsbourg)
12. Bubble Gum
13. Le Soleil
14. Harley Davidson
15. Contact
16. Je T’Aime…Moi Non Plus (1967 Original Version avec S.Gainsbourg)
17. Oh! Qu’il Est Vilain
18. Nue au Soleil
19. Te Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas (Nem Vem Que Nas Tem)
20. Soleil de Ma Vie (You Are the Sunshine of My Life avec S.Distel)

Here be once beautiful and booby BB :

best booby bb

Thanks to the original poster

February 18, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, Music_Chanson, Music_Pop, Music_WorldMusic, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Brigitte Bardot & Serge Gainsbourg – La bise aux hippies


Every one knows that the French are a little crazy. They’re like the Japanese of Europe! Just take a look at their President, for fuck sake!

(Only kidding lil frenchies! We love you! Where would us existentialists be without lil Albert C.!)

And don’t start with Brigitte Bardot ! She went from Uber Sex Kitten to Uber Lunatic Fascist Kitten Obsessive faster than you could say ‘and God did not create woman cos God doesn’t exist’!

We won’t speak ill of Serge cos we love him (but he was one crazy motherfucker too!)

Here’s some crazy wierd hippy video from Bardot & Serge with Sacha Distel (why?) from French TV back in the 60s!

I’m not sure, but I think a little ganja was involved (at least a truckload or two!)

Let’s all sing along now:


J’aime pas De Dion

J’aime pas Bouton
J’aime pas Aston
J’aime pas Martin
Mais j’aime faire la bise
La bise aux hippies,
Oui j’aime faire la bise
La bise aux hippies… … …

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BB was one hot momma back in the day, huh?

February 14, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, Music_Chanson, Music_Pop, Music_WorldMusic, Serge Gainsbourg, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Brigitte Bardot & Serge Gainsbourg – La bise aux hippies


Every one knows that the French are a little crazy. They’re like the Japanese of Europe! Just take a look at their President, for fuck sake!

(Only kidding lil frenchies! We love you! Where would us existentialists be without lil Albert C.!)

And don’t start with Brigitte Bardot ! She went from Uber Sex Kitten to Uber Lunatic Fascist Kitten Obsessive faster than you could say ‘and God did not create woman cos God doesn’t exist’!

We won’t speak ill of Serge cos we love him (but he was one crazy motherfucker too!)

Here’s some crazy wierd hippy video from Bardot & Serge with Sacha Distel (why?) from French TV back in the 60s!

I’m not sure, but I think a little ganja was involved (at least a truckload or two!)

Let’s all sing along now:


J’aime pas De Dion

J’aime pas Bouton
J’aime pas Aston
J’aime pas Martin
Mais j’aime faire la bise
La bise aux hippies,
Oui j’aime faire la bise
La bise aux hippies… … …

BB was one hot momma back in the day, huh?

February 14, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, Music_Chanson, Music_Pop, Music_WorldMusic, Serge Gainsbourg, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | 1 Comment