‘The painting stripper’ from ‘The Princess Bride’

A painting strippers was the name given to a painting that featured a prostitute in the background, according to the official Wikipedia article for the Princess Bride film.

The painting was painted by Frank Frazetta, who is known for creating a character named The Wicked Witch of the West and a character called The Prince of Darkness who later becomes The Wicked Wizard of Oz.

The story of the painting striper is told in the 1995 film version of The Princess Bride, a film that also features The Wicked Widow.

The story centers on a couple who go to Paris to see The Princess and her father.

The film was shot in the Parisian nightlife district of Champs-Elysees and the film’s credits included references to the strippers.

The strippers are depicted as a prostitute, a prostitute who performs a number of sexual acts and a stripper who is an escort.

The name stripper came from the name of a character in the film The Princess, who uses a magic spell to summon the Wicked Witch and her cohorts to Paris.

The film’s title comes from the book The Wicked Witches of the East by J.R.R Tolkien.