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.”

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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



The Looters plus Betty and Veronica

Um Hi

um hi



from Wikipedia:
“Elsa Lanchester


(28 October 1902 – 26 December 1986) was an English character actress with a long career in theatre, film and television. Lanchester studied dance as a child and after World War I began performing in theatre and cabaret, where she established her career over the following decade. She met the actor Charles Laughton in 1927, and they were married two
years later.  His (Charles Laughton) success in American films resulted in the couple moving to Hollywood, where Lanchester played small film roles. Her role as the title character in Bride of Frankenstein (1935) brought her recognition. She played supporting roles through the 1940s and 1950s. She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for Come to the Stable (1949) and Witness for the Prosecution (1957), the last of twelve films in which she appeared with Laughton. Following Laughton’s death in 1962, Lanchester resumed her career with appearances in such Disney films as Mary Poppins (1964), That Darn Cat! (1965) and Blackbeard’s Ghost (1968). The horror film Willard (1971) was highly successful, and one of her last roles was in Murder By Death (1976).”


The two 25 year old gals at the headquarters building looked like Betty and Veronica


from the Archie comics, and they made much more money than I!


from Wikipedia:
“Juliet Anderson

julliet anderson

also known as Aunt Peg,

aunt peg

(July 23, 1938 – January 11, 2010) was an American pornographic actress and adult movie producer, relationship counselor and author.Entering the adult movie business relatively late in life
(at age 39), she quickly built a reputation as one of the premier performers in the so-called “Golden Age of Porn”, appearing in over seventy films—often as “Aunt Peg”, a role portrayed as a giddy, insatiable woman determined to enjoy life and sex to the maximum extent possible.In 1987, she started a new career
as a relationship counselor and massage therapist, before returning to adult entertainment in the mid-1990s.”*****************************************************






The Looters by John Reese
“Mildred Sanderson


was a short,plump woman with lovely legs. Even as a youngster she had looked both matronly and sexy, and the way she sat had always irritated him. He wondered if her mother had ever in her life told her to keep
her knees together. She sat there with her knees wide apart, her firm and attractive inner legs visible.”

“Audrey Steele


was as composed as ever, as perfectly dressed, and as beautiful. She wore a blue-grey suit, with shoes of darker blue. It was almost a pleasure to see her shaken, to see her young pink face go old and haggard under the
crispy and haughty perfection of her graying curles. He thought that here was the only woman her age who could wear so much scent and get away with it. He was sure, too, that she got away with only a panty girdle, and that her rather
small breasts  were not quite as firm as she made them look. There was something touching about her slimness — the nice legs in their sheer hose, the unused suppleness of her waist and hips, the wasted flat belly…”


Brie as Shirley: