Miss Magnolia Thunderpussy's photos
Five hunky sailors beside their car on a beach - 1940s
I have tried enlarging the attachment of this photograph I was sent, but it loses too much definition . . .one will just have to use one's imagination! But they do look handsome men!!!
Two hunky sailor buddies - World War II
Home on Leave and straight to the beach wih your best buddy!
A Sailor calls . . .
Ah, it's Mr. Rubber Ducky's date for the evening . . . right on time, too! And he has made some attempt to polish the car. Mr. Ducky is most particular about such things.
The bright pink Peugeot, driven by Marlene Bratpfanne, was well known to all the American servicemen stationed between Heidelberg and Stuttgart. Viewers' comments from my Flickr posting of this photograph- dcwooten: Marlene Bratpfanne? I may be wrong, Miss Magnolia, but wasn't she somehow involved in your Boothby Graffoe Home For Fallen Women? www.flickr.com/photos/7662660@N02/1572420124 Or am I confusing her with her sister Mildred? Miss Magnolia Thunderpussy: Er, I don't think so, Mr. dcwooten .…
NSU Prinz - 1960s
A brave attempt but hopelessly doomed in English-speaking countries because of the initials "NSU".
Happy Austrian couple beside their car - 1950s
Alas, this photograph was taken only minutes before Herr Gustav Plattfisch and his wife Gertrude were carried off into the mountains by a group of marauding kangaroos. For some reason they left the daughter alone - they'd probably had experience enough of teenage tantrums.
Trucker's "comfort-stop" - Austria, 1950s
Ah yes, a delightful photograph of Marlene Poltergeist, a young lady who "worked" one of the Alpine roads from Innsbruck into Italy . . .here seen with a customer, who was no doubt pleased to see her. I do hope they are not disturbed by marauding kangaroos! Viewers' comments from my Flickr posting:- Bowhaus: Are there a lot of marauding kangaroos near Innsbruck...one lives and learns something new every day! Miss Magnolia Thunderpussy: Oh yes, Austria is full of them, don't you know? derAmialt…