Inspirational Images: Diana Rigg 1960s, diana rigg, emma peel, Inspirational Images, the avengers Photograph by John Kelly Scanned by Miss Peelpants as a clipping from an unknown issue of Bravo magazine, late Sixties. Share and share alike:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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Excellent image! I did a massive splurgy picspam of Ms Rigg the other day…never tire of pictures of her *sighs*
I heartily approved of your picspam sir!
I’ve been sorting through magazines/clippings from my Diana Rigg webmistress days – can’t believe how much money I used to spend and how many bizarre, random foreign magazines I ended up with. No website to put them on these days, sadly (or thankfully, for my sanity!).
Why thank you.
Ooh a webmistress devoted to her, brilliant. In another life I was the proud owner of Myspace’s first (and best) John Steed profile 😉
It started with The Emma Peel Homepage and ended up as ‘Definitive Diana Rigg’ and a millstone around my neck…
Ooh I remember your myspace page then! We were myspace mates haha
Like many a teenage boy, my devotion to The Avengers was keenly focussed on her presence. (It’s always disappointed me that she pretty much disowns the series.) Saw ‘On Her Majesty’s…’ Bond film last weekend – My God she glows off the screen! Such an amazing beauty and still is. Not nearly visible enough as an actress.
She’s a bit more talkative about The Avengers these days, she just doesn’t do ‘events’ connected with it. She talked a bit on the Mark Lawson interview for BBC4, and when I saw her in conversation at the V&A earlier this year.
Have you ever seen The Assassination Bureau with Oliver Reed? I really wish she’d done more fun films like that. I think people think of her as being too ‘serious’ and stage-y and she’s actually a great comic actress.
Unfortunately not. But it’s now on my list. What comes across in the Bond film is her comic timing – I agree, I wish she had done more.
I totally agree with the previous commentator named Mark. Diana Rigg as ” Emma Peel ” was the ultimate Queen of style, action wear fashion , femininity and charm !