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Vintage & Original Nude Negative Film 1 – Original B/W Film Negative Produced in the 1960’s -1970’s About Size – 2.5″ x 2.5″ Photos By: William Rotsler for His Magazine Adam Film Quarterly Charles William Rotsler (July 3, 1926 – October 18, 1997) was an artist, cartoonist, pornographer and science fiction author. Rotsler was a

Vintage & Original Nude Negative Film 1 – Original B/W Film Negative Produced in the 1960’s -1970’s About Size – 2.5″ x 2.5″ Photos By: William Rotsler for His Magazine Adam Film Quarterly Charles William Rotsler (July 3, 1926 – October 18, 1997) was an artist, cartoonist, pornographer and science fiction author. Rotsler was a four-time Hugo Award winner and one-time Nebula Award nominee. From 1958 Rotsler was involved in the pornography industry, first as a stills photographer on the set of adult films, and later as a film director and actor. He created Adam Film Quarterly (later called Adam Film World) in 1966 as a sibling magazine to Knight Publishing’s Adam magazine.[2] Adam Film Quarterly featured much female nudity but only simulated sex acts.[3] Rotsler’s magazine also provided commentary about this pornography, halfway between the content of the high-end Playboy and hardcore magazine Hustler, which other media would not cover.[2] Because of the modular quality of these sexploitation films, Rotsler’s stills from could be paired with his own text for a constructed narrative or used to illustrate a narrative for a nonexistent movie. [4] Rostler earned reputations both as a writer creating novelizations from sexploitation films, and as a prolific pornographic photographer second only to Marv Lincoln.[5] Because Rotsler became a major player at Adam Film Quarterly, playing many roles in production, he began to use pseudonyms, including “Shannon Carse”, “Cord Heller”, “Clay McCord”, and “Philip Dakota”, for various cast and crew credits. He even interviewed himself as these characters in the magazine.[6] Rotsler commented “99% of the credits were pseudonyms. On the ‘lesser’ productions, I’d direct as Shannon Carse and if I acted, I’d be Barney Boone. If I acted in a Rotsler-directed film, I’d be Shannon Carse.”[7] In 1969 Rotsler moved his focus to science fiction at the urging of author Harlan Ellison, although Rotsler had been a cartoonist for fanzines since he designed the cover for National Fantasy Fan volume 7 issue 2 in 1948.[8] Mozilla Firefox is having issues displaying the description. If you do not see a description in one of my auctions then, Go to Chrome or Safari to properly see the description. I adjusted contrast for better viewing. All rights given with this negative. Scan sometimes exaggerates Foxing or Bright Spots.Not as prevalent in Actual Photo This auction adheres to all of eBay’s rules for listing Nude Photos Guaranteed to not be a modern reproduction. Most Photos are in Excellent Condition but please look closely for any minor damage. Photo will be shipped in a plastic sleeve inside a cardboard mailer with stiff packaging to keep it safe.Bid with confidence that you are buying a quality product that will arrive safely. I do combined auctions for a lowest shipping cost 100% REFUND IF NOT SATISFIED. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask, please.Know what you are buying. I will be Selling thousands of Quality PhotosFrom Original Albert Arthur Allen to Original Bettie Page PhotosBid in Confidence you will receive an Original Photo Thank you for your Support!

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