Windsor’s Sunday Candids – Baby Snooks Edition

Now I will be shocked if this pic isn’t somewhere in the spanking world,  perhaps on one of the old Yahoo spanking groups. This particular pic was spoken about on Chross’ forum by fellow collector Will@Gotham56,  but there is no picture there. I’m sure that I have seen it before,  though I also think that the quality was pretty poor. However,  during a search yesterday I was able to stumble across a real high quality pic of what I believe to be the publicity still in New York’s Penn Station that Will spoke of. If you have posted it on a spanking blog before then by all means let me know and I will link to your post. Before I added it I did check all of the other spanking sites that this pic was likely to be on,  even though I’m going to guess that this copy is the best one so far.

It was a couple of years ago that I found the hairbrush spanking pic on Ebay which seems to be an alternate take of the famous Baby Snooks spanking pic where Hanley Stafford’s spanking hand is obscured. Don’t worry,  all three spanking pics are in this post. So this one is now going to make four known spanking pics of Fanny Brice which are all in this post,  though this is one of those scenarios where future spanking pics are likely to occur. So here is the first pic,  the latest find,  which is the publicity still. Now I know that some folks like to pictures to not be altered in any way,  shape or form,  so I will share it as I found it. The other pics are below. I have also included an Ebay find from 1923 where two girls are playing dress up,  one as Charlie Chaplin and the other as Baby Snooks. Just scroll down for all of the pics.

All pics will be added to my WINDSOR’S STAGE SPANKINGS folder where you can find all of my unique movie related finds.


The Baby Snooks Show was an American radio program starring comedian and Ziegfeld Follies alumna Fanny Brice as a mischievous young girl who was 40 years younger than the actress who played her when she first went on the air. The series began on CBS September 17, 1944, airing on Sunday evenings at 6:30pm as Post Toasties Time (for sponsor General Foods). The title soon changed to The Baby Snooks Show, and the series was sometimes called Baby Snooks and Daddy.