Bettie Page: Dark Angel
Bettie Page: Dark Angel is a 2004 film directed and produced by Cult Epics founder Nico B.
The film is a direct-to-disc biographical drama based on the career of Bettie Page, a famous American 1950s pin-up and bondage model. Set in New York during 1953-1957, the story recreates six lost fetish/bondage 8 mm stag reels (only still photos remain) she did for Irving Klaw (played by Dukey Flyswatter).
Her many underground film-loops and photographs depicting kinky scenes of bondage, BDSM, female wrestling, and spanking earned her the nickname Dark Angel and also led to a U.S. Senate Committee investigation.