Stevi bobby-soxer & Peggy

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“Stevi Secret

talks to you about catching you sniffing her bobby sox and her warm panties. She wants to see what you do when you’re sniffing all of her stuff. She says you jerk it. She bets you sniff and slobber all over her bobby sox. Stevi talk’s right to you, sucking her own toes with those lace trimmed socks. She wants you to stick your tongue right in her ass. She rubs her pussy and sticks her finger in her asshole because she knows you want it.”


The real Peggy Hill?



Brie as Peggy Hill:



I have the same cheerleader outfit, but a different color:


Saddle shoes like Alina West:

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Framed canvas print sold!


Hillary Summers



Unknown bobby-soxer:



Star Trek Patty


Hobbyist Traditional Artist
just found the final boss of the internet
Jan 15, 2016

      Professional Digital Artist
      i luv her


Precious Time

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“Donna Reed 


was born Donna Belle Mullenger on a farm near Denison, Iowa,  the eldest of five children.  After graduating from Denison High School, Reed planned to become a teacher, but was unable to pay for college. She decided to move to California to attend Los Angeles City College on the advice of her aunt. While attending college, she performed in various stage productions but had no plans to become an actress. After receiving several offers to screen test for studios, Reed eventually signed with MGM, but insisted on finishing her education first. Her career spanned more than 40 years, with performances in more than 40 films.  In 1953, she received the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Lorene Burke in the war drama From Here to Eternity.

Reed is probably most widely known for her work in television, notably as Donna Stone, a middle-class American mother and housewife in the sitcom The Donna Reed Show (1958–66), in which her character was more assertive than most other television mothers of the era. She received numerous Emmy Award nominations for this role and the Golden Globe Award for Best TV Star in 1963.

In 1941 after signing with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Reed made her film debut in The Get-Away opposite Robert Sterling; she was billed as Donna Adams. MGM soon changed her name to Donna Reed, as there was anti-German feeling during World War II. She starred in The Courtship of Andy Hardy and had a supporting role with Edward Arnold in Eyes in the Night (1942). In 1943, she appeared in The Human Comedy with Mickey Rooney, and in They Were Expendable in 1945.

Her “girl-next-door” good looks and warm onstage personality made her a popular pin-up for many GIs during World War II. She personally answered letters from many GIs serving overseas.

In 1945, Reed struggled with an English accent and with a passive, underwritten role as Gladys Hallward in the first cinema adaptation of the Oscar Wilde novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray.

Following the release of It’s a Wonderful Life, Reed appeared in Green Dolphin Street (1947) with Lana Turner and Van Heflin. In 1949 she expressed a desire for better roles.[7] Several years later, she performed in Scandal Sheet (1952).

In 1953, Reed played the role of Alma “Lorene” Burke, girlfriend of Montgomery Clift’s character, in the World War II drama From Here to Eternity. The role earned Reed an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for 1953.[8]

From 1958 to 1966, Reed starred in The Donna Reed Show, a television series produced by her then-husband, Tony Owen. The show featured her as Donna Stone, the wife of pediatrician Alex Stone (Carl Betz) and mother of Jeff (Paul Petersen) and Mary Stone (Shelley Fabares). The show ran for eight seasons on ABC. Reed won a Golden Globe Award and earned four Emmy Award nominations for her work on the series.”


“She [Donna Reed] was brought in and she wore a little tan skirt and white blouse and had a tie on and white socks and brownish brogues”

(“In Search of Donna Reed by Jay Fultz)


Red nylons:

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Years ago living somewhere along highway 101 in California between Frisco and LA, there was a drive-in movie which occasionally showed adult films, which were mostly soft core, though one time they showed some hard core with the penetration smudged out. Almost forgot to mention that the screen could be seen from the highway!
Usually, before the movie they would play such tunes on the speaker as “Mind Games” by John Lennon, while I was in my Vega listening, then during the movie a trip to  the snack bar. Sometime during the movie, I might sneak my hand on my private parts during the sex scenes– never got caught unlike Pee Wee Herman, who got busted in a Florida theater. You could get away with more in your own car as opposed to a public theater . Saw “Flesh Gordon” starring Hillary Summers


acting under another name.The house I was renting was next to an oil well, which looked like a giant grasshopper as someone put antenna on it. Also, the house was within easy walking distance to a Kmart–bigger than Walmart back then!
I do believe that Patty Hearst was driven down that highway on their way to the S.L.A. shootout in Los Angeles– though Patty missed the actual shootout.

Almost forgot to mention that there was a Pussycat movie theater showing X-rated movies in a nearby hick town, though I never went in there back then.



dog socks

and Tonya:



“Ruthie was putting on her stockings, fastening the tops to a garter belt. When he glanced at her she was stepping into her skirt, zipping it closed at the side.”
“She’d be something all right, in a black dress and high heels and stockings, instead of those green ankle socks and crepe-soled shoes.”


(“A Room in Paris” by Peggy Mann)


Michele flag girl!



Brie as Patty:



Allison & Constance

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“Peyton Place is a 1956 novel by Grace Metalious. The novel describes how three women are forced to come to terms with their identity, both as women and as sexual beings, in a small, conservative, gossipy New England town, with recurring themes of hypocrisy, social inequities and class privilege in a tale that includes incest, abortion, adultery, lust and murder. It sold 60,000 copies within the first ten days of its release and remained on the New York Times best seller list for 59 weeks. The novel spawned a franchise that would eventually run through four decades. Twentieth Century-Fox adapted it as a major motion picture in 1957, and Metalious wrote a follow-up novel that was published in 1959, called Return to Peyton Place, which was also filmed in 1961 using the same title. The original 1956 novel was adapted again in 1964, in what became a wildly successful prime time television series for 20th Century Fox Television that ran until 1969, and the term “Peyton Place” – an allusion to any small town or group that holds scandalous secrets – entered into the American lexicon.
The story starts in 1937 and continues through the years following World War II. While never mentioned explicitly by name, the novel does make several references that suggest Peyton Place is located within the state of New Hampshire: Vermont can be seen from across the Connecticut River.

The fictional Peyton Place also appears to be a composite of several real New Hampshire towns: Metalious’ hometown of Gilmanton, as well as Gilford, Laconia, Manchester and Plymouth, where at least some of the work was written at the Plymouth Inn on Main Street (the inn has since been torn down).

The main plot follows the lives of three women: lonely and repressed Constance MacKenzie;


her illegitimate daughter Allison;


and her employee Selena Cross,


a girl from across the tracks, or “from the shacks.” Several characters and events were drawn from events in nearby towns and people Metalious actually knew. Selena Cross was based on Barbara Roberts, a 16-year-old girl from the village of Gilmanton Ironworks, who murdered her father Sylvester after years of sexual abuse and buried his body under a sheep pen. In the novel, Selena kills her stepfather, since incest was considered too taboo for readers at the time. Metalious’ editor Kitty Messner made the change, much to the author’s dismay and disapproval.

Constance leaves Peyton Place for New York City at a young age and meets a man in the publishing business named Allison MacKenzie, who is already married with children. Constance becomes pregnant with Allison’s child, but Allison dies a few years after his daughter -also named Allison – is born. Both Constance and her daughter adopt Allison’s last name before the two return to Peyton Place as a “widow” and child, and Constance alters her daughter’s birth date to make her appear legitimate.

In Peyton Place, Nellie marries Lucas Cross shortly after their daughter Selena’s birth, although Selena is not Lucas’ child. Paul, Lucas’s son and Selena’s stepbrother, left Peyton Place after he accused Lucas of stealing his money. Nellie and Lucas later had a child together—Joey—who lives with the couple and Selena in “the shacks,” a poor section of town. When Selena turned 14 years old, Lucas began to abuse her, impregnating her and leaving the local doctor in a troublesome situation in which he decided to perform an abortion. The doctor made Lucas leave town, and after she discovered this, Nellie committed suicide by hanging. Leslie Harrington, the richest man in town, was shattered when he lost his only son, Rodney, in a car accident.”

From Peyton Place by Grace Metalious:

“Allison laughed and laughed as she made her way out of the fun house [at the carnival]. She  shrieked with laughter when the wind machine blew her skirts up over her head.”  



“Your [Constance] legs are absolutely wanton, do you know it?”
“Am I good for you, darling?”

“The girl [Selena] was wearing a dress of lavender linen, and a pair of sheer stockings. Her shoes were new. Look at that girl! Earrings in court! She is the type who will cross her legs and hoist her skirts when she gets on the stand.”


Someone’s mom at the beach:

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Wearing flats in the bathroom:


Hillary Summers & Kandi Barbour:

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Brie as Patty:




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from Wikipedia:

Charles Pierce


(July 14, 1926 – May 31, 1999) was one of the 20th century’s foremost female impersonators, particularly noted for his impersonation of Bette Davis.

Born in Watertown, New York, he began his show business career playing the organ and acting in radio dramas at station WWNY. He branched out into a comedy routine, attired in tuxedo, yet managing to evoke eerily convincing imitations of popular movie actresses. Eschewing the term drag queen, which he hated, he billed himself as a male actress.

Initially playing in small gay clubs, his fame spread. He took up residence in San Francisco, where his act became well known to Hollywood stars. As he toured, his costuming became more elaborate, initially adding small props, later full costume and makeup changes. His imitations were imitated by other female impersonators; and his roles included Bette Davis, Mae West, Tallulah Bankhead, Gloria Swanson, Carol Channing, Katharine Hepburn, and Joan Crawford,

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which became the drag queen canon. His act was centered on wit rather than accurate mimicry, though it was often said that he looked more like Joan Collins than did Joan Collins herself.

Carol Channing was the only Hollywood celebrity Charles “impersonated” who actually saw his act. She went backstage after a show at Gold Street in San Francisco (c. 1972) and said, “Cheee-yarles: you do me better than I do!”

He performed at many clubs in New York, including The Village Gate, Ted Hook’s OnStage, The Ballroom, and Freddy’s Supper Club. His numerous San Francisco venues included the Gilded Cage, Cabaret/After Dark, Gold Street, Bimbo’s 365 Club, Olympus, The Plush Room, the Venetian Room at the Fairmont Hotel, Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall, and the War Memorial Opera House.

He was a guest actor on an episode of TV’s Wonder Woman and played a cross-dressing villain in an episode of Laverne & Shirley (“Murder on the Moose Jaw Express”). Pierce also appeared on an early episode of the hit 80’s TV sitcom Designing Women as a steward on a cruise ship. During the episode, he imitates Joan Collins (as the ship’s waitress) and Bette Davis (as the ship’s lounge entertainment).
He died in North Hollywood, California, aged 72.


 Bobby-soxers Claire

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and Anne:



Also, Hillary Summers

hillary summers

and someone’s wife:



Brie as Baby Jane Hudson:

bette davis


Brie as Shirley:



Peggy Sue and Noel

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from Wikipedia:

“Noel Neill


(born November 25, 1920) is an American actress in motion pictures and television. She is best known for her portrayal of Lois Lane in the film serials Superman (1948) and Atom Man vs. Superman (1950), as well as the 1950s television series Adventures of Superman.

Neill was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota; her father was a journalist, and her mother a dancer on the stage.

In her teens, Noel was a popular photographic model. While Betty Grable’s pin-up was #1 among GIs during World War II, Noel Neill ranked next. Noel also worked as a professional singer and dancer, signed up by Bing Crosby.

Signing a contract with Paramount Pictures led to appearances in many of the studio’s feature films and short subjects. In the mid-1940s Noel had a leading role in one of Monogram Pictures’ wayward-youth melodramas, and she became a familiar face in Monogram features for the next several years, especially in the recurring role of Betty Rogers.

Noel appears in the last of the original Charlie Chan movies, Sky Dragon (1949), and also played damsels in distress in Monogram westerns and Republic Pictures serials.

In 1945 producer Sam Katzman gave Noel Neill the recurring role of Betty Rogers, aggressive reporter for a high-school newspaper, in his series of “Teen Agers” musical comedies, beginning with Junior Prom in 1946. When Katzman was casting his Superman serial for Columbia Pictures, he remembered Noel Neill’s newshawk portrayals and signed her to play Lois Lane. She played the role in the film serials Superman (1948) and Atom Man vs. Superman (1950), with Kirk Alyn portraying Superman/Clark Kent.

When Adventures of Superman came to television in 1951, veteran movie actors George Reeves and Phyllis Coates took the leading roles for the first season. By the time the series found a sponsor and a network time slot, Coates had committed herself to another production, so the producers called on Noel Neill, who had played Lois Lane in the movies. She continued in the role for five seasons until the series went off the air in 1958. She was scheduled to appear in the seventh season with co-star Jack Larson in 1960, but after the tragic and sudden death of Superman actor George Reeves, the seventh season was cancelled, officially ending the show.

While Phyllis Coates generally distanced herself from the role, Noel Neill embraced her association with Lois Lane,


giving frequent talks on college campuses during the 1970s, when interest in the series was revived, endearing herself to audiences with her warmth and humor.

In 2003, an authorized biography of Neill was published. It was entitled Truth, Justice, & The American Way: The Life And Times Of Noel Neill, The Original Lois Lane by Larry Thomas Ward. Ward later wrote another book, Beyond Lois Lane in 2007 which focused on Neill’s other acting work and modeling work presented in an array of rare publicity stills, studio press releases, film reviews, newspaper commentaries, and candid photographs.

On June 15, 2010, the southern Illinois city of Metropolis, Illinois (the city that calls itself the “official home of Superman”), unveiled a statue of Lois Lane. The Lois Lane statue is modeled on Noel Neill.”


 Candy Shields bobby-soxing with Tommy (big bone) Byron:

candy shields


Outdoor bobby socks:

bobby socks dog


Images of Shirley


and Maryln

marilyn monroe

at Peggy Sues 1950s Diner in Yermo!

Agricultural Inspection Station: “Got any fruit?”

Brie: “Nope.”
“I thought Grey Davis (former Governor of California who was recalled after just being reelected!) did away with you people?”

Also, this is where the Okies were prevented from entering California, during the Great Depression of the 1930s, unless they could show they had some money.”

Recommend: Steinbeck”s (Nobel Prize in Literature!)  “Grapes of Wrath”.


Here is the great Hillary Summers with Mike Ranger:

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From the video “Pigtails”:



And Stevi Secret bobby-soxer!

Stevi Secret




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Bimbo Bowler brie


Back during the big recession of the 80’s, working graveyard as an inserter at the Reno Nevada newspaper for minimum wage.  “This is the lowest I’ve ever been!”
Native American named Frank with a cool long braided pony tail said to me “Why don’t you become a prostitute?”






“Ooh honey that outfit must feel amazing! xx”




Brie coffee mugs and fridge magnets available at:

Brie and Bosco the dog mouse pads sold!


Hillary summers shoe!



Brie as Princess Lay from the video:


Brie as Shirley

myra & mary kay

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brie as Patty Duke


Myra Gale Lewis

When a British reporter discovers Jerry Lee Lewis is married to his teenage cousin, Lewis is condemned as a child molester and a pervert by the public. Lewis learns he is about to become a father, as his 13-year-old wife tells him she has become pregnant.


Recently in California, my Holly Mccall legs wearing Hillary Summers white open toe sandals with 4 inch heels up in the air;

anal dildo inserted in my pooper, panties pulled slightly down, dress all the way up to my neck –poor brie! Bra askew exposing nipple, garter belt, taupe nylons, sweating as it was humid, but not hot, wearing perfume, while my incubus has his way with me, causing me to shake all over ecstatically.


Mary Kay Letourneau, one of the most memorable teachers to be sent to prison for the statuary rape of a student, seen here pregnant with the student’s second child.

Mary Kay Letourneau; born January 30, 1962,  is an American schoolteacher who was imprisoned from 1997 to 2004 for having sexual intercourse with her 13-year-old student, Vili Fualaau. She gave birth to two of Fualaau’s children while incarcerated. After her release from prison in 2004, Letourneau married Fualaau and took his name.


Lauren Chapin

Born in Los Angeles, California is an American former child actress, most famouslyremembered for her role as youngest child “Kathy ” (nicknamed

“Kitten“) in the television show Father Knows Best. She is the author of Father Does Know Best—The Lauren Chapin Story

(1988). in her book lauren admitted to being slightly chubby, but she was cute as hell. any parent would be delighted to have a wonderful daughter like that. also, described in the book was lauren’s ordeal with drug addiction and forced prostitution — among other things. amazingly, she survived and moved on.


Marilyn Chambers:

with Mike Ranger:


Kayla Marie bobby-soxing:

unknown sissy-soxer:


mommy Wanda:


porn actress Shirley Dimples:


brie as Shirley Temple:


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Yesterday got back from work, ate spaghetti washed down with any suitable  red wine such as Chianti –they all pretty much taste the same to me, and after showering, I usually jump on  the computer. Pleased to see about a dozen emails. Must be from YouTube as one of my videos exploded in popularity

click on “linda” below to play:


a few weeks ago, while being the video of the now on encyclopedia  dramaticia.

About 10 comments on the video “cheer  brie,”

click on “cheer” below to play:


and a new subscription, and (Oh! Oh!) a message from youtube!

The youtube message was not only negative but insulting.

So, I went to youtube to see which   cheerleader video was causing all the hubbub, only to find  that they had dropped the big one on me, by deleting my entire account!

Too bad as there are some people who would like to see the R rated versions of my videos,  and I also try to keep my blog R rated.

Anyway, for my admirers in China a snapshot from the recently banned “the dolls:”


Debbie aka mrs. 24/7:


Bunny Luv big time bobby-soxing:



Re: Interview for a project! can you help? 🙂

from =Brieana

to ~brielivingston

Alrighty! me and my partner had to come up with 5 questions each so there will be 10, but they shouldnt be too hard we think 🙂 thank you!

1.) What inspires you for your photos?

Anything that excites me such as retro glamour or fetish clothes: nylons, garter belts, high heel shoes, but i prefer the school teacher-librarian look as opposed to slutty. Penney (my webmaster at described my look as sassy-sexy. Also, i like a sissy little girl look, but am not a pedophile. I adore mary jane shoes, T-straps, sissy socks, etc. such as a teen or little girl might wear.

Would like to see more mature women dressing as little girls!

2.) Is your name really Brie or is it an artists name?

Brie is not really my name. Its inspired by a porno film called “The Budding of Brie” starring Hillary Summers.

3.) how many different outfits and wigs do you have?

I’ve had to throw away many outfits as i have no where to store them, but once i have photos and/or videos of me wearing them, its like i have them forever. . .

Wigs: Peggysue, Velma, curly glamour wig, and i had a wig that came with pig tails.

4.) What is your everyday life like? do you have a family?

I live with my mom like the great artist Andy Warhol.

Shacked up once with a gal just to see what it was like.

and like what do you do for a living?

Don’t want to say so as to protect my secret identity.

5.) Has anyone ever hated on your art?

For sure, but enough people love it to keep me going.

My first camera could only do photos, then my next camera could also do videos but no sound, my last camera does excellent photos, and produces nice one minute videos with sound. I also do some hack writing. I don’t draw.

if they did how did you feel and how do you deal with it?

I just ignore the galoots.

6.) Do you dress up in public or is this strictly an art thing?

I don’t go out in public fearing that i might get in trouble with the law–for example using the women’s bathroom!

7.) have you ever been featured in any galleries?

Yes, for example:

8.) How old are you?

There was  a Bettie Davis movie in which she looked 20 years younger than her actual age. At the end of the movie she was 40 years old, when her current boy friend became interested in her 20 year old daughter!

9.) Who takes your photos? is it a camera on a timer or do you work with someone?

Not telling. I don’t ever want anyone to be able to do what I’ve accomplished! Sure there are younger and cuter males out there, but they would have a really hard time doing what i have done. For example Elli Kasuga in Japan has the prettiest little girl outfits, and is the best at what “she” does, but i have more of a range.

10.) Me and my partner noticed you have almost the same facial expression in every photo, but different poses. Is this your signature look or was it just by coincidence?

At first i kept my eyes closed because of the flash from the camera. I tried smiling, but it looks more like a smirk.

I should have more shots of me from the side, but i have a bad habit of looking at the camera.

Thank you again, for your time, we are looking forward to your answers 🙂



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At long last! Proof of the existance of the Spike Jones Market on Foothill Blvd. in La Crescenta (Los Angeles county) for all you doubters out there!


Recently, drove with my father in the rented Buick Lucerne, with the satellite radio, down the coast highway from Malibu. Good to know the ocean is still there! Took Sunset through Soviet Monica, Brentwood, where the governator (Arnold Schwartzenegger) drives around in his Bentley, bel air, Beverly hills. On the sunset strip got behind some hotshot driving a Ferrari convertible for a few blocks. Went south on Fairfax, east on Beverly, where CBS is located, south on Rampart, east on sixth street, then through skid row — about two blocks of guys in sleeping bags, and winos wondering around, then took Alameda going north. Finally, arrived at Phillipe’s, which is always at or near the top of the best places to eat in LA–certainly the cheapest–coffee 9 cents — good coffee too!!!!!

Going back to Agoura hills, just jumped the 101 at Alameda, and beat the traffic!!!!!

Speaking of Jones, here is brie as fictional book character Junie B. Jones:


Here is a classic school girl look:

Her hair is basically a Patty Duke flip!



Here is the amazing Hillary Summers! (looks like she is pouting!)


lavender petticoat

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“Travel back to Hollywood in 1950, where a starlet could be made overnight-if she had the right assets! Brie Livingston has everything it takes, and uses her sexual charms to make Hollywood do her bidding.”


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The Budding of Brie (1980)
83 min  –  Adult | Drama

A young woman ingratiates herself with a movie star, then takes all she can from her.

Henri Pachard


Hillary Summers

…     Brie Livingston

Jennifer Jordan     …  Diana Farnsworth
Eric Edwards     … Nicky Rococco

this movie was shot on film requiring big buck$. they gambled the money thinking hillary summers (as the ultimate ingenue!) could have been a really big sensation like linda lovelace, but the film didn’t make enormous money like “deep throat”.

i think perhaps the movie was too classy.

hillary then faded into oblivion as i will someday.

according to the movie “boogie nights”, about this time porn was starting to go from film to video tape.

hillary summers’ shoe:


byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee for now