Blondienotes -- With "Plastic Letters" Display Cut-Out

Blondienotes -- With "Plastic Letters" Display Cut-Out

London: Chrysalis Records, 1977. Cardboard covers. Very scarce promotional stand-up cardboard cut-out and notepad ("Blondienotes"), featuring Debbie Harry and created for the release of Blondie's second studio album, "Plastic Letters" (December 1977, UK label Chrysalis Records). The cut-out, measuring 12 1/8" high, presents Debbie Harry sporting a strappy fuscia dress, and the notepad's Barbie-pink pages feature her coquettish gaze. A life-size version of this cut-out was featured in the 1982 film "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", where character Mike Damone uses "Debbie" as a prop while describing his five-point plan for getting girls. The dress Harry wears was designed by Taiwanese-American designer and dominatrix Anya Phillips, who died of cancer in 1981 at age 26. About Phillips, Debbie Harry said, "She was a powerful energy source that's now missing from the scene, an example of how intense willpower is charisma" ("Making Tracks"). Both pieces of promo ephemera are in Fine condition. Near Fine. Item #18045

Price: $1,250.00

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