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Additions and corrections to this list would be appreciated. In this unfunny college comedy a mistress of disguise takes off her mask as one of the students in the dorm in the last 1 or 2 minutes of the movie. The only thing you see of the mask itself, is a mass of "something with hair" in her hand before she throws it away. She is wrapped in gauze, and starts to make love to this man who helps her to get her skin back.

(Review by Robur) The List of Adrian Messenger (1963).

Burt Lancaster takes off his disguise as an old lady at the end of this thriller.

The psychopath responsible boasts that Gretchen "..my masterpiece." He then takes off her face and says, "And her face..was meant for me. His inappropriate lavatory etiquette gave him away! Climaxes with the hypnotist's beautiful assistant Justine (Allison Hayes) unmasking herself to reveal a disfigured face.

It was very obscured by the removing hand, and then sloppily morphed over with the next actress. After the usual cut away, we see her tugging for some seconds at her mask, pulling it out of shape fascinatingly (but it looks more like some special video effect than a mask), eventually revealing a blue head much too large. All the masks are stiff, stylized ones, but it (and the movie) are worth checking out. A skinless Clare Higgins (Deborah Joel doubling) comes back from the dead, and is pretty frightening in a morbidly sexy way.

“Have you ever seen those commercials for African charities? “Yes.” “When they show images of the starving African children, have you noticed that they are always bald?

It’s not because they go to the barber every week—it’s because when you don’t have enough protein in your diet, you don’t grow hair. When a girl has short hair, she’s mimicking a state of malnourishment.” how strongly long female hair correlates to health and fertility.

"I had several outbreaks during pregnancy and was terrified I would pass the infection to my baby," Maria wrote to the Herpes Resource Center.

"But I didn't have an outbreak at my delivery, and at my doctor's recommendation I delivered vaginally. I want to tell other mothers that I know it's hard not to worry when your baby's safety is at stake.

Strangely this is a fragrance that reminds me of childhood holidays on the rugged Welsh coast, this exact smell almost aquatic on my skin tantalises me with glimpses of memories I can't quite claim.

Although I love Chloe unfortunately I can't wear it as it seems to induce migraines but I have managed to sniff out an oddly satisfying substitute which gives me a similar vibe without the accompanying head in a vice torture I experience with the perfume.

In The Handbook Of Evolutionary Psychology by David M.