The series of illustrations was made by Betty Dodson shortly after the movie, The Last Tango in Paris, came out in 1972. Illustrations were commissioned by Evergreen magazine (Grove Press) and later on were censored thanks to lawyer's advice that they are too controversial and would get busted by the Justice department. Drawings never saw the light of day. They are probably not complete, I found them scattered on Betty Dodson´s page: http://dodsonandross.com/.
|From the book Brando Unzipped by Darwin Porter|
All pictures Copyright Betty Dodson
14" x 10.5"
|Sigmund Freud is smoking penis-shaped cigar|
|Sister Maria became one of feminist ideals.|
|Maria Schneider in Last Tango in Paris|
|Picture from "Last Tango in Paris"|
|Sigmund Freud, detail from one above picture|