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  1. Kwai Chang says:

    Adolf McChaplin

  2. A Car And A Room And A Room And A Room says:

    This was actually taken in late 1965 as part of a photoshoot for Fabulous magazine. The art department added the tache and made it the cover to a 1966 issue.

  3. Kwai Chang says:

    Was Fabulous magazine a UK publication?
    Or was it like SPEC, 16, FAVE, Datebook, etc?
    (so was the ‘tacheLESS’ version in the article?)

  4. A Car And A Room And A Room And A Room says:

    Fabulous magazine started in February 1964 (guess who was on the cover of the first issue?), published by Fleetway Publications, in London and was an A3 portrait sized weekly magazine – mainly catering for teenage girls – but it was popular with both sexes, mainly for the half dozen colour posters that appeared each week (including a pull-out two-page spread in the centre – the pic Tammy recently posted of Paul with a champagne glass – captioned ‘Cheers, Sweetie’ was just such an example). The writing was streets ahead of the junk that was often in the US teen mags. These mags sometimes reproduced some of the pics and articles that originally appeared in Fabulous. Fabulous often got scoops – for example, Neil Aspinall writing a weekly column in 1966-67 about the boys’ exploits.
    The Charlie Chaplin Paul pic here was just used in this fashion for the cover (and did not appear undoctored elsewhere in the mag).

  5. Kwai Chang says:

    I love this blog! (Thank you, Car)
    May I extoll the virtues of having such a great blog to hang out at. An abundance of kindness and generosity to go with the greatness that also exists here makes this a very special place, indeed.

  6. lizzie says:

    i looooove this blog too, kwai! i feel so “at home” here… i can say anything and know most of you will understand what i mean. we are family!

  7. Tammy says:

    Datey you’re on fire!!, someone pass me the Anusol!.

  8. A Car And A Room And A Room And A Room says:

    Happy to be a part of ‘the family’ :-)

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