2016.04.24.11.33

dedicated to Christine Keeler sitting on her chair, photo by Lewis Morley

There's No Secret You Can Steel
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For the collage of "dedicated to Christine Keeler sitting on her chair, photo by Lewis Morley", the original photography you can find here, there and everywhere.

Christine Keeler was the "Heroine" for The Profumo Affair 1961 - 1963.
By The Profumo Affair, The Conservative Party's government of Harold Macmillan in 1963 was discredited.

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In 1963 after The Profumo Affair, Christine Keeler was taken her portraits by Lewis Morley.
[photos from left to right : from the one of the photograph for the photo session, iconic "Christine Keeler By Lewis Morley 1963" from The National Portrait Gallaery and Self-Portrait (1961) photo by Lewis Morley]

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The chair called as The Keeler Chair, which was used for her portraits, is an imitation of Arne Jacobsen's Model 3107 Chair designed in 1955. It is now in The Victoria And Albert Museum.
[photos from left to right : Arne Jacobsen's Model 3107 Chair and its imitation "The Keeler Chair" in The Victoria And Albert Museum]

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In 1987, Anthony Summers and Stephen Dorril wrote the Non-fiction "Honeytrap : The Secret Worlds of Stephen Ward: Sex, Scandal and Deadly Secrets in the Profumo Affair" about The Profumo Affair.
[Photo : the cover of the Non-fiction "Honeytrap : The Secret Worlds of Stephen Ward: Sex, Scandal and Deadly Secrets in the Profumo Affair" by Anthony Summers and Stephen Dorril.]

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In 1989, the movie "Scandal" directed by Michael Caton-Jones was released. The movie, a fictionalised account of The Profumo Affairr based on the Non-fiction "Honeytrap : The Secret Worlds of Stephen Ward: Sex, Scandal and Deadly Secrets in the Profumo Affair" 1987 written by Anthony Summers and Stephen Dorril.
On the movie, Joanne Whalley acted as Christine Keeler.
[photos from left to right : the movie poster and one of the still photos for "Scandal" directed by Michael Caton-Jones]

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In 2013, the musical "Stephen Ward" based on The Profumo Affair was opened at London's Aldwych Theatre, music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics and book by Don Black and Christopher Hampton.
Charlotte Spencer acted as Christine Keeler.
[photos from left to right : the musical poster and one of the still photos for the Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical "Stephen Ward"]

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The words "There's No Secret You Can Steel" are taken from the lyrics of the song "Kiss And Tell" 1987 from the album "Bete Noire" by Bryan Ferry.
On the promotion video for the song "Kiss And Tell", Christine Keeler was featured with Denice Lewis.
[photos from left to right : the single cover featuring Denice Lewis and one of the still photos for the single "Kiss And Tell" by Bryan Ferry]

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