Sally and the Cook book

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From Wikipedia:
“Sally Field was born in Pasadena, California, to Margaret Field an actress and Richard Dryden Field. Her father was an army officer. Following her parents’ 1950 divorce, her mother married actor and stuntman Jock Mahoney [Tarzan!]. Field alleged in her 2018 memoir that she was sexually abused by Mahoney during her childhood.
As a teen, Field attended Portola Middle School and Birmingham High School in Van Nuys, where she was a cheerleader.

Her classmates included actress Cindy Williams.
Sally Field is the recipient of various accolades, including two Academy Awards, three Primetime Emmy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, a Screen Actors Guild Award.
Field began her professional career on television, starring in titular roles on the short-lived sitcom Gidget

(1965–1966) [many people are surprised that Gidget was so short-lived]. In 1976, her career saw a turning point when she garnered critical acclaim of her portrayal of a woman suffering from multiple personality disorder in the television miniseries Sybil,

for which she received the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie. Although her film debut was as an extra in Moon Pilot (1962), her film career escalated during the 1970s with starring roles in successful films including Stay Hungry (1976), Smokey and the Bandit (1977), Heroes (1977), The End (1978), and Hooper (1978). Her career further expanded during the 1980s, twice receiving the Academy Award for Best Actress for Norma Rae [The scene where she holds up the “UNION” sign brings tears to my eyes every time] (1979) and Places in the Heart (1984), and continued to appear in a wide range of acclaimed and successful films including Smokey and the Bandit II (1980), Absence of Malice (1981), Kiss Me Goodbye (1982), Murphy’s Romance (1985), Steel Magnolias (1989), Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), and Forrest Gump (1994).

In 2010s, her film career saw a resurgence. She starred as Mary Todd Lincoln in Lincoln [I really need to see this!] (2012).

In 2014, she was presented with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.”

From Sally:
“And then I am not as young as I had been, almost fourteen–and I knew. I knew. I felt both a child, helpless, and not a child. Powerful. This was power. And I owned it. But I wanted to be a child–and yet.”
And then he slides from the shower, wet and erect and I don’t know how he ever gets that thing in his pants, since I never see it in any other condition. He gently picks me up and sets me on the bathroom counter. I sit on the cold tile surrounded by mirrors, me in my Saran-wrap dress. He kisses me, not any different than other times. And yet it’s different, it’s different.
He sets his penis, as muscular as the rest of him, between my legs and pulls my littleness toward him…and it.
He loved me enough not to invade me. He never invaded me. In all the many times. Not really. It would have been one thing if he had held me down and raped me, hurt me. Made me bleed. But he didn’t. Was that love? Was that because he loved me?”

“When “Gidget” was canceled after that one blur of a season, I felt only one quick painful stab and then it was gone. But when I walked away from the girl I loved so much, I didn’t feel crushed. Gidget was still with me, was me. And living with her so relentlessly that year had given me things I hadn’t owned before: a tiny sliver of her confidence, her willingness to be optimistic , and her daring ability to look toward the future.”

More (at the Golden Globes):
“With my hair in Shirley Temple ringlets and without any rehearsal, I was connected to the damn wires, and without warning hoisted up like a flag. And off I went. Suddenly I was sailing across the historic Cocoanut Grove wearing a pink taffeta culottes outfit and heading toward the stage at forty-five miles an hour.”

(“In Pieces” by Sally Field)

Sally: “You like me,” she declared. “You really like me.”
Brie: Yes they do.

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22 year old Angelica wearing saddle shoes:



Rebecca Starr:


“Driving the freeways in Los Angeles, you seem to travel over the city rather than through it. The houses on either side have no identifable shape or order as they flash by, and the people, if visible, lack real identity. What was Los Angeles like before the freeways? There is no telling now, of course. Streetcars clanged through the streets, hauling their passengers through one neighborhood after another. Before the freeways were built, there were neighborhoods there to travel through.”
“The atmosphere at the bakery was remarkable. This was during Prohibition, and there was a very corrupt police force. Cops used to constantly come in there, and we’d give them bread and cakes to keep them happy and they gave us whiskey. And it was quite customary for cops to have girls. The girl would be on probation, and as a matter of fact a cop would set her up and trap her, and would put her in a hotel room to do business for him. That way the cops –a lot of them–had strings of girls, and there was no way to get away. If a girl tried, bang! the cop has her on prostitution.”
“The despair of that particular area–honky-tonks, whorehouses, everyone scrounging, scrambling–well, it was just beyond belief. There was a real Depression there.” (Trumbo by Bruce Cook)


From Wikipedia: “Strait-Jacket is a 1964 American horror-thriller film starring Joan Crawford

and Diane Baker in a macabre mother and daughter tale about a series of axe-murders. Released by Columbia Pictures, the film was directed and produced by William Castle. The screenplay was the first of two written for Castle by Robert Bloch, the second being The Night Walker (1964). The film’s plot makes use of the psychological abuse method known as gaslighting.”






Breakfast with Patty

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For many months now whenever I do a certain google image search, the following are displayed:

First the mighty three cheers

followed by a picture of middle aged Patty Duke with her coffee mug

“Mental health advocate Patty Duke”

I knew her son’s father wasn’t John Astin (Gomez!) or Desi Arnez Jr., but was the guy she was married to for about a week as DNA has subsequently proved.

Would have been fantastic to watch her movies and TV shows to discuss them with her!

Anyway, next comes

Elli Kasuga from Japan, then the logo

for the website, which was almost popular at one time.

A scene from one of my videos.

Me as Shirley.

An album cover of Patty’s

Though not quite as talented a singer as Lesley Gore, Patty did an amazing job, and deserves more appreciation for her singing!

Followed by a wonderful picture of teenage Patty!

Next a painting of Shirley,

located at Peggy Sue’s coffee shop in Yermo Ca.


Finally, if I add the word “porn” to the aforementioned search, Annie Anklets, whom I regard as my internet spouse, even though there is probably no such thing, comes up as “she” is very special to me.


“Cheer panties” from Brie

Sissy Karly Kutepanties :
“That certainly cheers me up.”

From Karly:



Elisabeth Moss in The Handmaid’s Tale:


MH and doll clothes

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Saddle shoes, frilly socks and glasses!


Before ravaging, Max Hardcore dresses them like dolls,

and even lets them keep their cute outfits after!

(Although some of his stuff is way too extreme even for me!)

22 year old Vanilla Simms:


View from Max’s California house:

(Click on “view max” below:

view max


View of mighty Los Angeles and the Ocean off in the distance as seen from Max’s Altadena house:


Brie as Velma:


Brie as Shirley:

Brie as Patty:


Hollywood Princess

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From Wikipedia:
“Cheryl Christina Crane (born July 25, 1943) is the only child of actress Lana Turner, from her marriage to actor-restaurateur Stephen Crane, her second husband.

On April 4, 1958, at age 14,

Cheryl Crane

stabbed her mother’s boyfriend, Johnny Stompanato, to death.The killing was ruled a justifiable homicide: she was deemed to have been protecting her mother.

Stompanato was well-known to have been abusive, extremely jealous of Turner and had previously pointed a gun at actor Sean Connery [James Bond!], her co-star in Another Time, Another Place, only to have Connery “take the gun from him, beat him and force him from the movie set” and “Scotland Yard had him deported”.

Following Stompanato’s death, Crane was made a ward of the State of California and was placed in the El Retiro School for Girls in Sylmar, Los Angeles for “psychiatric therapy” in March 1960.Six weeks later she and two other girls climbed a 10-foot wall and fled. They were eventually returned to the school after she telephoned her father. Five weeks later, she again fled the campus with two other girls. They walked into Sylmar and were driven by a new acquaintance to Beverly Hills, where they were taken into custody a few hours later after being seen near her grandmother’s home. She was released from the school in January 1961 to the custody of her mother and stepfather, Frederick D. May.

In 1969, Crane was detained by the Los Angeles Police Department when three half-grown marijuana plants were discovered in the back seat of her car.

Cheryl further alleged that she was subject to a series of sexual assaults at the hands of her stepfather and her mother’s fourth husband, actor Lex Barker [Tarzan!].

Years later, Crane publicly revealed that she had told her mother she was a lesbian and that she had taken the news well. She said she regarded Crane’s partner, Joyce “Josh” LeRoy, “as a second daughter”.

Crane currently lives in the Palm Springs, California, area, retired from real estate and is married to her long time companion Joyce “Josh” LeRoy. She has written a mystery novel titled The Bad Always Die Twice, published in 2011.”

From:    DETOUR A Hollywood Story” by CHERYL CRANE:

“When she [Lana Turner] made her way to Hollywood in the thirties, that too was part of a wider migration. She had been raised dirt poor, partly in Oklahoma, but she was not one of the “Okies” described in John Steinbeck’s “The Grapes of Wrath”, the hapless farmers who headed west to flee the Dust Bowl. Instead, her odyssey seems more of a piece with Nathanael West’s “The Day of the Locust”, in which people who simply did not fit in anywhere else came to California in search of magic. West saw them forming a subculture of misfits that swarmed like metaphoric locusts around America’s fantasy capital.”

“I was now about as tall as Mother, yet I still had to wear doll clothes –Mary Janes, little white socks, and horrid pinafores sashed with a bow.”

“Lynne wore saddle shoes; I still wore ankle-strap Mary Janes (but never made of patent leather, of course, since they reflected up a dress).”

“I was still allowed to wear only pastels, flat heels, and no makeup except lipstick.”


This is not Hayley mills:

“Let’s get together.”


Janet Mason PTA soccer mom!


“What you need is some government-funded job with a secretary that comes in every afternoon, strips down to the garter belt, and gets it up for you.”

“he had taken Nancy Williams to dinner at the Post House. He had purchased several drinks for her. Then he had taken her to the Lantern Lodge and undressed her and screwed the socks off her.” (The Friends of Eddie Coyle by George v. Higgins)


22 year old Dolly Little:



Tonya Winn: “Oh girl your gold flats are making me grow”


Monica Robinson:

Patty Duke’s rival played by Kathy Garver when “The Patty Duke Show” moved to LA in 1966.

Example of Patty Duke’s comedy genius: Describing a monster movie to Cathy, who missed it because she was sick.


Brie as Patty & Velma!


MATH 285G : Perelman’s proof of the Poincaré conjecture

Course description: The course will cover as much of Perelman’s proof as possible. Specific topics include: Existence theory for Ricci flow, finite time blowup in the simply connected case, Bishop-Cheeger-Gromov comparison theory, Perelman entropy, reduced length and reduced volume and applications to non-collapsing, Perelman compactness theorem, structure and asymptotics of ancient non-collapsing solutions, analysis of horns and necks, surgery.

“Mathematics is the most certain knowledge we possess.” (Bertrand Russell)




slave Leia

Alcatraz & Monica

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Approximately two years ago, I took my new Mazda 6 (paid cash –sniff!) on vacation.
Drove down to Santa Nella California and stopped at the Pea Soup Anderson for a rather expensive breakfast, South on I5, then taking highway 41 (to the James Dean cutoff!) to arrive at Morro Bay. It was rather warm for October. Noticed the giant rock, which back in the 70’s you could climb without breaking the law, checked into the motel and then drove to the waterfront and parked the car.
There was a line of people waiting for food! So I got in line for a whole hour just to order a crab cocktail. Next time I’ll get an alcoholic drink to enjoy while waiting as they prepare my food. Ate back at the motel.
Later after my shower, put on my Rebecca Starr

outfit: school girl flats, lacy bobby socks, pretty panties,short plaid skirt, bra, school girl blouse, ear rings. Inserted anal dildo, and had one of my best orgasims of the year after about an hour making contact with my incubus!
Next morning went back to the waterfront, and found the bakery where Jack Lalanne (exercise guru) used to go, when he was still alive, after exercising all morning to get a bran muffin for breakfast. They even had his seat by the fire place marked.

Drove up to Santa Clara, right in the heart of silicone valley.Traveled on down Stevens Creek Blvd to where it became San Carlos Blvd heading toward San Jose. About a mile past Winchester Blvd exists the great falafel stand! Had a falafel and banana shake. In Santa Clara checked into a cheap
motel costing over 100 bucks per night!
While checking in the clerk said we have free coffee in the morning.
I said “No way I’m going to Stan’s donuts!” (best donuts on the planet)
So, the next morning brought back Stan’s donuts and coffee to the motel.
After which it was now time to drive up to Frisco to catch the boat to Alcatraz Island.
I had been to Frisco many times, but had never been to the Island.
I was going to go to Alcatraz two years previously with my sister, but an enormous Disney cruise ship came in and bigfooted all the tickets. This time I already had my ticket printed out from my printer in black and white.
Got off the freeway too soon because I was worried I would end up on the Bay Bridge! Found a Vallero gas station, pulled in, and locked the Mazda setting the alarm as I had to use the facility. I had to go both #1 and #2 (urinate and defecate for my foreign readers). Looked at my watch noticing that I had one hour to catch my boat. I asked the cute Asian gal working in the gas station how to get to Fisherman’s Warf from there. She said “It’s easy!” then gave me the directions.
Got on the boat and proceeded to Alcatraz Island. Upon arrival they tried to corral the people getting off the boat so someone using a bullhorn could expound on the American Indian take over of the island during the early 1970s. I knew the story and kept walking to not waste time. I went up and up, then it would be easier to go down the rest of the tour. Arrived at the cell block and was given some sort of memory device with headphones. So, I can go on the tour at my own speed. Anyway, it was hot and crowded. So, I started hitting the skip button and going faster.
Interesting criminal legends such as the birdman and Al Capone  inhabited Alcatraz at one time. Would have another celebrity convict except the Whitey Bulger movie was amazingly lousy.
Saw the famous exercise yard with the concrete steps and view of Frisco. Time to leave!
Long line at the boat, and feared that I would have to wait for the next one, but I got on.
Back in the city (Frisco–San Francisco for my foreign readers), I went to a run-down looking but famous restaurant–Sabella Latorre. As I approached a live band was playing “If you’re going to San Francisco be sure to wear a flower in your hair.” They sounded good too.
At the restaurant had clam chowder, crab cocktail, one lobster tail, with Frisco sourdough bread, washed down with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc.
Before the big earthquake of 1989, it was easy getting in and out of there. Just jump on the Embarcadero, which was destroyed by the aforementioned quake.
Next day drove to Watsonville to check into the motel, then drove down the pacific coast highway (the PCH for you people in California) to  Monterey and had Cioppino for lunch washed down with Chardonnay. Walked around the pier for awhile.
When I was a kid my father owned some beach front lots north of there, but the state eminent domained him out making it a state park. Would have made him rich if he could have held onto the land.
So, drove back to the motel in Watsonville, where my cousin lived on an apple orchard many years ago before moving north of Monterey by my father’s lots.
Next day had breakfast at Casa de Fruita, which has been a road side attraction longer than I’ve been alive. Drove past the big reservoir, which was rather low back then due to the drought. Approaching I5 as highway 33 goes to Gustine Ca, where the oldest living movie star resides. Baby Peggy

child actress from the 1920s, then home by the afternoon.


kirktrack:   “sexy panty”




Virginia Knight:


Baby bottle!




“Elsa Lanchester, who was eking out a living as a nude

model for painters and photographers but aspired to a career as an actress and singer.” (JAMES WHALE A New World of Gods and Monsters by James Curtis)


Saddle shoes with glasses!


Brie as Patty:


Question: Who is Monica Robinson?

Answer: next month.


Kathy and math

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Physics, of course, meant math, and math means mathematicians. And since the middle of the last decade, mathematicians had meant women. The

had been good, very good–better at computing, in fact, than many of the engineers, the men themselves grudgingly admitted. With only a handful of girls winning the title “mathematician” (from “Hidden Figures” by Margot Lee Shetterly) ‘


Ann Harlow:

Mommy Stacie:


You’re so sexy in these pictures xoxo:”

I got so hard when I watched your video of you in the green bikini.
I would just slide the bikini bottoms aside. Pull out your little tits. I would definitely keep the bikini on.”


from Wikipedia:
Kathy Garver (born December 13, 1945) is an American stage, film, television, and voice-over actress most remembered for having portrayed the teenage niece, Catherine “Cissy” Davis, to series character Uncle Bill Davis, played by Brian Keith, on the popular 1960s CBS sitcom, Family Affair. Before that, she was cast as a slave in the film The Ten Commandments (1956). Garver authored The Family Affair Cookbook (2009) and since 2008 has co-hosted the Comcast television talk show Backstage! With Barry & Kathy.”


From “Surviving Cissy” by Kathy Garver:

“I struggled to get A’s, lead the freshman squad as Head Pom-Pom girl,

participate in the Social Club, continue my extracurricular activities in college, and, of course, date.” (“Surviving Cissy” by Kathy Garver)

From Brie:

Michael Blodgett was the sexiest hunk on the planet during the early 1970s (see the movie “Beyond the Valley of the Dolls”), and Kathy mentioned that she tried to get him to notice her when he was on “Family Affair”, then in the next paragraph she mentioned how much she loved her son!
I’m sure it was just platonic? There goes my imagination again–but triggered by Kathy’s writing.

from Wikipedia:
“Anissa Jones ( March 11, 1958 – August 28, 1976) was an American child actress known for her role as Buffy

on the CBS sitcom Family Affair. She died from combined drug intoxication at the age of 18.”


Petticoat Allison

the ultimate!

and Pattie:


Brie as Shirley:




After the divorce

Mom at a Supper Club on Ventura Blvd in Studio City:

According to Mary Mallory:

“Studio City seemed to blossom into an entertainment-related town after the opening of the Mack Sennett Studios in 1928. Many of the businesses along Ventura Boulevard catered to performers or were owned by celebrities, especially restaurants and nightclubs.

At 11345 Ventura Blvd.,

a building appears to have operated continuously as a nightclub from at least the 1940s to the present day. During the 1940s, the business operated as Grace Hayes Lodge. It became Larry Potter’s Supper Club in the 1950s and hosted actor Lee Marvin speaking to four Young Democrat Clubs on Dec. 11, 1959 for the Sane Nuclear Policy movement

By the early 1960s, D.J. Bob Eubanks bought the facility and ran it as a club called the Cinnamon Cinder. It was here on Aug. 23, 1964, that the Beatles gave a secret press conference crashed by the club’s guests. Within a couple of years it operated under the name Magic Mushroom.”

More Mom:



Brie as Peggy:



I am best known on the world wide Internet as Peggy –not Brie nor Shirley nor Patty nor Velma.


Brie videos:

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brie videos



PRC and Bukowski

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“PRC offered compensation with a starring role in a new series of films that they were launching called The Gas House Kids, a takeoff of the Dead End Kids films.”

“In 1946, Jan Grippo, now a producer, signed Huntz and Leo Gorcey to a long-term contract and started a new series of films for Monogram Studios called The Bowery Boys, with Gorcey as the leader and Hall as his right-hand man. By the time 1958 had rolled around, 48 feature films had been made.”

Bowery Bombshell (Monogram, 1946) with Teala Loring:

Bowery to Bagdad (Allied Artists, 1955) with Joan Shawlee:

[Brie: The essential Bowery Boys films are the ones with both Huntz Hall and Leo Gorcey from 1946 to 1956, when Leo quit and moved to Northern California.]

(Hollywood’s Made-to-order-punks The Complete Film History of


Frilly socks, glasses, and a ponytail!

Debbie does school:


“There was one I had noticed, older than the others. Her teeth protruded perfectly–pushing the lips out like an open passionate flower. I wanted my mouth on that mouth. She wore a short skirt and her pantyhose revealed good legs

that kept crossing and uncrossing as she laughed and drank and tugged at her skirt which would just not stay down.”

“I disliked weekends. Everybody was out on the streets. Everybody was playing Ping-Pong or mowing their lawns or polishing their car or going to the supermarket or the beach or to the park. Crowds everywhere. Monday was my favorite day. Everybody was back on the job and out of sight. I decided to go to the racetrack [Hollywood Park] despite the crowd.”

“The only thing that helped was a young girl sitting across from us. She had a beautiful body, long good legs,and she wore a mini-skirt, with long stockings, a garter belt, and she had on pink panties

under the skirt. She even wore high heeled shoes.”

(Women by Charles Bukowski)


As good as this magazine looks, there was another issue that was even better.

I like her shoes!





Retro vintage bobby-soxers!!!



Brie as Shirley