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  1. Airplane
  2. A League of Their Own. (Madonna in a girdle)
  3. Alien
  4. A Night at the Opera
  5. Animal House
  6. Annie (Ann Rhineking)
  7. An Officer and a Gentleman
  8. Are You Being Served? The Movie
  9. The Best Little Whore Hose in Texas
  10. Biloxi Blues
  11. James Bond Movies
  12. The Breakfast Club (Nice crotch shot)
  13. Bull Durham
  14. Caddyshack
  15. Color of Money
  16. Dirty Dancing
  17. Felicity
  18. Footloose
  19. Forest Gump
  20. 48 Hrs.
  21. The Gods Must Be Crazy
  22. The Good Bye Girl ("I don't like panties drying on the rod.")
  23. Grease
  24. Halloween
  25. Howard the Duck
  26. Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects
  27. McLintock
  28. Mommie Dearest
  29. The Music Man
  30. Man in the Moon
  31. Poltergeist
  32. Private Benjamin
  33. Return of the Pink Panther
  34. Revenge of the Nerds
  35. Scarred
  36. Smile
  37. The Sound of Music
  38. Summer of '42
  39. Trading Places
  40. Weird Science
  41. West Side Story
  42. White Christmas


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In the Goodbye Girl, who'd be so uptight nutso, to say that they don't like panties drying on the shower curtain rod?!

Hmm, if that's the case, f-uck the rest of the plot, and give me just Two hours of movie, of just watching panties drying on the shower curtain rod; 'course they gotta be primo vintage grannies. Maybe, every ten minutes or so, have a different chick (Maybe a nice lookin' pantiephreak dude!!) hangin' laundered panties on the rod, and taking dried ones off, to put on. If there's any pairs, where the cum stains or skid marks didn't wash cumpletely out, maybe the chick or dude can giggle, as they put them on!!

Say, Puss, there's several highbrow PBS/Beeb stuff that gave nice pantie flashes, too. A real groundbreaker, was the Beeb's landmark production of John Galsworthy's The Forsyte Saga. The late and very great Eric Porter, as Soames Forsyte, can't stand the iceberg additude of his wife, Irene (Pronounced i-REE-nee.), played by the also late, and dee-lish Nyree Dawn Porter (A half Anglo, half Maori New Zealand babe.), so he rapes her. There weren't technically any pantie shots there, but as Soames is violently ripping Irene's dress off (Not just the seams, but the fabric itself, to show how adrenalized Soames was!!), he claws at her Victorian corset, out pops her boobs, so full boobs on the Beeb was pretty racy stuff back in late 1966!! I forgot whether PBS allowed this, in the 1969 US airing. It was actually a very heartbreaking scene, 'cause they show the aftermath; Irene is sobbing--with peculiar illumination, that might suggest bruising about her face--and Soames has an expression of terror and utter remorse: "How could I do such an awful thing, to such a sweet creature?"

I believe in Upstairs, Downstairs, there were several scenes of the upstairs Bellamy babes (I'm sure Lesley-Anne Downe's somewhere in there.), and the downstairs maids corps, most notably Pauline (Shirley Valentine) Collins, as Sarah, where they flashed their bloomers.

Then, there was Poldark, a tale about late Eighteenth-century Cornwall in England, starring Robin Ellis and the oh-so-luscious Angharad Rees. Back in the mid-'70's, Angharad, as heroine Demelza Poldark, is prancing about in loud, shiny, and ripply red culotte/bloomers! I couldn't take too much of that, to paraphrase Robert Plant!! She wasn't prancing for her husband Ross (played by Robin Ellis), she was doing this to torture two erstwhile assignators, to show them exactly what they WOULDN'T be getting!!!! Now that's cruel!! Ooohh man; what a cute lil' redhead popsie she was back in the day!!

Donna? Ross? I think The Forum might just work out beautifully, this time. Now I can format my text just as I would, using Microsoft Office Word, or, like a good Stand-Alone Personal and Private Email Program--I think I'm gonna have a whole lotta fun posting again!!



-- Edited by Breeziestroke on Sunday 5th of June 2011 06:21:43 PM



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Hmm; A Night at the Opera, delightful Marx Bros. silliness!! To have had pantie flashes, then this had to have been made pre-1933 Hayes Code bull-s-hit.

Another nice movie of this era, with plenty of pantie flashes, was 1929's Der Blaue Angle/The Blue Angel, starring Marlene Dietrich. Now just tell me that something the better part of One Hundred years ago, doesn't still make Winkie dance!!



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"A Night at the Opera,"  the pantie flash take place on a ship where what seems to be either immigrants and an entertainment troup dancing. It helps in many movies to have a DVD player with close up and freeze frame where you can move frame by frame. It make pantie viewing a real joy.



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I have right now panties drying on a folding drying rack bought at my former employer, Walmart. There are six pair of Full Brief (Granny), I prefer full brief, Pink, Blue, Beige and White along with three Mocha Nylon/spandex panties with the seam running up the rear which when properly placed, nicely hugs and seperates your derrier. So I guess you could say, I have my panties drying on the rods.



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I remember seeing Marsha's panties more than once on The Brady Bunch.

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"Buddy"; NO!!!!, REALLY?!?! You really must describe them, as best as you can remember, and give me the whole incident, as best as you can remember. Did Jan get all upset, and did Cindy rat out her big sister to Daddy Mike and Mommie Carol? Did Marcia do this cute display for one of Greg's buds? I seem to remember that Kevin Costner may have played one of Greg's buds, long before he became a megastar.

I recall little Cindy frequently flashing hers, but that's understandable, as little girls haven't developed a system of modesty and propriety, as have bigger girls. Anyone that trips on very little girls doing so, has got to be way, way sick, almost like Anthony Wiener!!



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I have jeard this about Marsha's panties  before , but I have never seen it and I watched the Brady Bunch all the time. Tripping out on seeing little girls in panties is why I have excluded several movies of panties in my list. There are quite a lot of them. I did post ones of those in their teens.



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Yes Breezie I did see Marsha's panties. It's been so long ago but the one seene she was in the bedroom wearing a very short skirt (as usual), she spun around on the bed and by doing so raised her legs and they wern't very close together...pretty as ever, exposing her panties. Wish they had DVR back then....hehehe

Here's something from "sitcomsonline"

First, what was up with those mini-skirts?!?!?! I mean there were times you could actually see the girls' panties, unintentionally of course! For example...the episode where Marcia has to get braces and the scene where she's lying face down on the bed crying and her father goes to talk to her. Then she turns around to face him...BAM!! Panty-shot! And how about the panty-shot Jan gave us in the "Private Ear" episode?! When she's sitting on the bed talking to Marcia! Even little Cindy was wearing them short dresses at just 7-years of age! I know this was the 1970's, but COME ON!!!! In the later seasons, the girls' dresses weren't nearly as revealing, but in the earlier seasons, those girls looked as though they were only wearing really long shirts at the time!

Second, anyone remember the episode where Jan has a crush on Clark Tyson, but he starts paying more attention to Marcia???? Well, how about that bad message being sent out to girls, huh?! "A boy will only like you if you dress like a girl, act like a girl and look glamorous"! Also, they made it seem as though Jan never wore a dress in her life...yet she mostly wore dresses at the time! So now they decided to make her a tomboy just for that one episode just to send out that mixed message?! And anyone catch that Jan is wearing the same outfit she did at the very beginning of the episode when she comes home angry from school then when she's confronting Marcia she has a totally different outfit on???? Did she manage to change clothes before reeming Marcia?!



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Yes Breezie I did see Marsha's panties. It's been so long ago but the one seene she was in the bedroom wearing a very short skirt (as usual), she spun around on the bed and by doing so raised her legs and they wern't very close together...pretty as ever, exposing her panties. Wish they had DVR back then....hehehe

Here's something from "sitcomsonline"

First, what was up with those mini-skirts?!?!?! I mean there were times you could actually see the girls' panties, unintentionally of course! For example...the episode where Marcia has to get braces and the scene where she's lying face down on the bed crying and her father goes to talk to her. Then she turns around to face him...BAM!! Panty-shot! And how about the panty-shot Jan gave us in the "Private Ear" episode?! When she's sitting on the bed talking to Marcia! Even little Cindy was wearing them short dresses at just 7-years of age! I know this was the 1970's, but COME ON!!!! In the later seasons, the girls' dresses weren't nearly as revealing, but in the earlier seasons, those girls looked as though they were only wearing really long shirts at the time!

Second, anyone remember the episode where Jan has a crush on Clark Tyson, but he starts paying more attention to Marcia???? Well, how about that bad message being sent out to girls, huh?! "A boy will only like you if you dress like a girl, act like a girl and look glamorous"! Also, they made it seem as though Jan never wore a dress in her life...yet she mostly wore dresses at the time! So now they decided to make her a tomboy just for that one episode just to send out that mixed message?! And anyone catch that Jan is wearing the same outfit she did at the very beginning of the episode when she comes home angry from school then when she's confronting Marcia she has a totally different outfit on???? Did she manage to change clothes before reeming Marcia?!


 Buddy; I'm probably wrong, but . . . maybe . . . Kevin Costner got his start, on, The Brady Bunch?? And that he played this "Clark Tyson", a chum of Greg's (Barry Williams)? A great start for a guy who flashed his cute buck-nekkid fanny, in Dances With Wolves . . . if I'm not mistaken!

And . . . then . . . there was Mommie Carol (Florence Hendersen) . . . oohh, the diaphanous nighties she would wear for playtimes with Mike (the late Robert Reed). They'd try and settle in for a great adventurous night, but the kids' business, or a crisis call from Alice (the maid), would inevitably intrude! Oh, well.



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I watched a movie early this morning, 'My Sister Eileen', a nice but disappointing movie. Rhere was a lot of dancing in the novie with a lot of twirling. I could not see any panties due to two factors. One being a lot of petticoats or crinolins and the design of the dresses which prevented the pantie from being seen. no  But if today's rating system were to be applied to the so called golden age of movies, seeing panties would garner an x-rating or at the least a strong R rating. 

I love DVD's, where the use of pause and frame by frame is used repeatedly by me at least. I'm sure, also by many pantie lovers.biggrin



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pusspuss wrote:
  1. Airplane
  2. A League of Their Own. (Madonna in a girdle)
  3. Alien
  4. A Night at the Opera
  5. Animal House
  6. Annie (Ann Rhineking)
  7. An Officer and a Gentleman
  8. Are You Being Served? The Movie
  9. The Best Little Whore Hose in Texas
  10. Biloxi Blues
  11. James Bond Movies
  12. The Breakfast Club (Nice crotch shot)
  13. Bull Durham
  14. Caddyshack
  15. Color of Money
  16. Dirty Dancing
  17. Felicity
  18. Footloose
  19. Forest Gump
  20. 48 Hrs.
  21. The Gods Must Be Crazy
  22. The Good Bye Girl ("I don't like panties drying on the rod.")
  23. Grease
  24. Halloween
  25. Howard the Duck
  26. Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects
  27. McLintock
  28. Mommie Dearest
  29. The Music Man
  30. Man in the Moon
  31. Poltergeist
  32. Private Benjamin
  33. Return of the Pink Panther
  34. Revenge of the Nerds
  35. Scarred
  36. Smile
  37. The Sound of Music
  38. Summer of '42
  39. Trading Places
  40. Weird Science
  41. West Side Story
  42. White Christmas

  • 43. The Fighter
  • 44. Who's Harry Crimb
  • 45. Down to Earth
  • 46. Tonight and Every Night
  • 47. The Rage: Carrie 2


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A very macabre and dreadful series of pantie flashes can be found in the old ABC miniseries, War and Remembrance. It shows many Jewish females forced to disrobe by the SS, just prior to being slaughtered.

I think that you can find the same in Schindler's List.

Not always fun and games.



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Breeziestroke wrote:

A very macabre and dreadful series of pantie flashes can be found in the old ABC miniseries, War and Remembrance. It shows many Jewish females forced to disrobe by the SS, just prior to being slaughtered.

I think that you can find the same in Schindler's List.

Not always fun and games.


 I don't list movies like Schindler's List because of the seriousness of it's nature. I truly believe that everyone should see Schindler's List. We must NEVER  let anything like the Holocaust happen again.  Kudos to President G.W. Bush for helping to rid the world of Sadaam Hussein. Ronald Reagan for the Berlin Wall.



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