Head For The Hills

Head For The Hills

Head For The Hills

During the 1990s, several exotic dancer agencies submitted their clients to the SCORE photo studio in London. Magazine exposure–and we do mean exposure–was considered very important to a girl’s career if she wanted to be a feature, and if she could get a cover, even better. Once a dancer had her pictorial published in SCORE, the clubs often put that info on their outdoor marquees and in their newspaper ads that were usually published in the sports section.

SaRenna Lee, Sana Fey, Toppsy Curvey and her sister Lulu Devine, and Casey James were some of the many dancers of that decade who were flown to England for photo shoots. If the photo team visited America now and then, they’d film the girls in California.

Honey Hills was one of those American dancers who travelled to London for her shoots after her agent submitted her photos in 1994. “Honey” was a perfect stripper name for a busty dancer.

Dancers were rarely filmed doing their stage acts in the studio. SCORE magazine had roving freelancers who photographed girls on-stage at clubs for a section called Caught In The Act.

In this video, Honey stripped, bathed and oiled her slim-and-stacked body.

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