Probably actress Barbara Bach (b. 1947) posing with a fishman played by I-know-not-whom in a publicity still for the 1979 Italian action-adventure-horror film L’isola degli uomini pesce (Island of the Fishmen).
As it does so often, the IMDB entry (which gives the movie the title Screamers) does not disappoint in its luridness.
The main image on this post is a reblog from a 16 November 2013 post at Infernal Wonders. The first appearance the image made appears to have been at a tumblr called Cocks and Cowboys.
“Young pawns thrust into pulsating cages of horror in a sadistic experiment!” The Wikipedia article on this 1958 or 1960 oddity (the article can’t agree with itself) suggests that it is one of those rare examples of a mad science movie with a female antagonist. This poster is reblogged from 15 November 2013 post at Infernal Wonders. I originally found it at the tumblr Monsters Forever.
Big scary apes of some kind have a long history in tales of mad science, especially around pretty women, who are ever at risk of being menaced by them, carried off by them, or even transformed into them.
Someone tried getting that sort of mad science excitement into this image, but seems to have missed the mark. This is a publicity still from a 1942 B picture, The Strange Case of Dr. RX. Our rather unimpressed looking damsel is Anne Gwynne (1918-2003) and presumably the man in the gorilla suit is Ray “Crash” Corrigan (1902-1976). Don’t you wish you had a name as cool as “Ray ‘Crash’ Corrigan?” Of course you do.
This image a reblog from a 3 January 2013 post at Infernal Wonders. Its original source is the tumblr Damsel Lover.
This looks like serious trouble.
Our heroine here looks much less alarmed than I would think she should being pursued naked by a giant rabbit…unless she actually wants be caught.
She’s going to need a lot of vital energy if she’s to beat off the attack of the ape-cat men. Better eat your Wheaties, lady!
It might say “virus” but all the same I think that Elvifrance had best hope that the legal department at Universal doesn’t get ahold of this cover.
Is the blue demon there egging on this obvious crime in progress, or is he perhaps there to rescue our heroine from horrible mustache man?
“Jack and Jill went up the hill to…” Um, maybe “Along came a spider and sat down beside her and…”