This was shot back in my "fine art" days, before I got in touch with the fact that I'd rather shoot cheesy, goofy stuff. In fact, I mostly shot this to prove that I could do it.
Model is Elkie Cooper.
Lighting was a single small softbox, with flags on either side to control spill. The model was standing against a black velvet drape to further control spill and give a totally black background. Shot using TMAX 100 ASA film with my Hasselblad, and printed on Ilford MG IV paper, scanned into photoshop and level-corrected.