Jacqueline Bisset looks away from an inadequately tiny glass of J&B.
Filling up the highball glass!
J&B with a sleazy lounge feeling in the privacy of your own home.
An experienced J&B death grip.
No one is going to get between this rich & famous drunk and her J&B.
I hate it when talkative people disrupt the J&B mood.
Make mine a double.
The record may be skipping, but she’s not skipping her J&B.
Roger Moore calls for the key to the cabinet.
Sleazy raping pineapple eating J&B drinking prison guards.
A loaded Anthony Steffen just before he knocks the J&B over.
Verson Jetorix: “French riff on the real-life murder story that inspired Peter Jackson’s Heavenly Creatures. This baby delivers with disturbing and titillating images, assured performances and a high-brow approach not usually found in exploitation pictures. Recommended.”
The very reason you keep a bedside bottle.
J&B and a revolver. Classic.
J&B lends a certain panache to questionable decorating choices.
This guy has already lost his pants. Should he be having more J&B?
Buried in the background but never out of reach.
Imagine this scene with a CD player…
George Hilton realizing it’s J&B time.
A psycho killer distracts Alberto de Mendoza and Janine Reynaud from the J&B.
I love coming home to this.
George Hilton getting Anita Strindberg J&B in a highball glass.
Imagine this scene with an HDTV…
A classic J&B ad.