Harry Reems

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Mostly from the LATimes:

Harry Reems, who starred with Linda Lovelace

in the 1972 pornographic film “Deep Throat”

and became a cause celebre in Hollywood after he was convicted on federal obscenity charges related to the movie, has died. He was 65.

Reems died Tuesday at a Salt Lake City veterans hospital.

He arrived on the Miami set of “Deep Throat” as the lighting director but when the man hired to portray the doctor in the film failed to show up, director Gerard Damiano said: “Put on this coat; you’re acting,” Reems told The Times in 2005.

At first he enjoyed the celebrity that accompanied starring in one of the most successful pornographic films of all time.

In 1974 when he was charged along with 10 others with conspiring to distribute “Deep Throat” across state lines.

It marked the first time that the federal government had tried to charge an actor for the results of a film’s distribution.

After he was convicted in 1976, The Times ran an editorial in defense of Reems under the headline “The Anti-Freedom Conspiracy” and pointed out that noted constitutional lawyer Alan Dershowitz had volunteered to handle Reems’ legal appeal.

“If this conviction stands, no actor and no writer anywhere in the country will be safe from prosecution,” Dershowitz said, according to the editorial.

Hollywood’s A-list also took note. Celebrities such as Jack Nicholson, Warren Beatty and Gregory Peck helped raise funds to pay Reems’ legal bills.

Reems was granted a new trial but the charges were eventually dropped.

The damage to his personal life had been done. While waiting to go on trial, “the heavy drinking began in Memphis,” Reems said in 2005 in The Times, and he became a “2-quart-a-day vodka drinker” who at one time lived “in the back of an Albertsons’ dumpster in Malibu.”

He didn’t stop drinking until the late 1980s, when he ended up in Park City, Utah, and entered a 12-step alcohol recovery program.

Once sober, he sold real estate.

The son of a small-time bookie and a housewife, he was born Herbert Streicher on Aug. 27, 1947, in New York City. At 18, he joined the Marines but received a hardship leave when his father became terminally ill.

Returning to New York in 1967, he acted in experimental and Off-Off-Broadway productions but turned to adult films when he couldn’t pay his bills, according to a 2011 New York magazine article titled “The Afterlife of a Porn Star.”

He went on to appear in more than 100 hard-core films that included 1973’s “The Devil in Miss Jones.”

[Georgina Spelvin


had the starring role.]

Reems also was interviewed in the 2005 documentary “Inside Deep Throat.”

In the late 1970s, he moved to Los Angeles and secured a role as a coach in “Grease” but was let go because filmmakers feared his notoriety would jeopardize the box office in the South, according to the New York profile.

“Acting was my true love,” Reems told the magazine, “and I buried that possibility by going into adult films.”

Survivors include his wife, Jeanne, whom he married in 1990, and a brother.


Next month’s mystery photo:

cosplay &

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brie head

cheerleader at CVHS in Los Angeles county!


Brie as a waitress

at Peggy Sue’s Dinner in Yermo cal, yearning to

be impregnated by a local military man.

Yermo is where the California Agricultural Inspection Station is located

–“Got any fruit?”

“This is bat country.” (Hunter S. Thompson)


brie as Shirley Temple

wearing the ultimate saddle shoes!



Janet Mason

P.T.A. soccer mon!


Lauren Brice and TT Boy



sissy socks!


Last month’s mystery photo is Linda Lovelace.

“I have Blue Cross!”


Here is nursie brie seen cosplaying on the internet with someone else:



Brie as Patty Duke:

Byeeeeeeeeeee for now! (be perky)



sez     “I admire your work.”

brie:     Thanks ever so much precious darling.”

strange books & candy

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sissy brie


Junie Brie Jones stamp approved!

& poodle skirt bowling!


From another blog:

“I’m amazed that they even exist. They’re printed books, each with a happy, colorful cover, that transform real-life celebrities into characters in a book!

Nearly 60 years ago, a magical thing happened to Shirley Temple, Judy Garland, Betty Grable, and Annette Funicello. Each of them turned up in their own fictitious adventures in a series of Hollywood-themed books!”

and of course, not nearly as long ago, Patty Duke:

Coming in early 2014, a 500 page illustrated manuscript available to the public:


Candy Barr

(July 6, 1935 – December 30, 2005) was an American stripper, burlesque exotic dancer, actress in one pornographic movie,

and model in men’s magazines of the mid-20th century.

During the 1950s, she received nationwide attention for her stripping career in Dallas, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas; her troubles with the law; shooting her estranged second husband; and being arrested and sentenced to a prison term for drug possession, as well as her relationships with Mickey Cohen and Jack Ruby.

After serving three years in prison, Barr

began a new life in South Texas. She briefly returned to stripping in the late 1960s, posed for Oui magazine in the 1970s, and then retired.

Speaking of Jack Ruby,

22 Nov:     Oswald is supposed to have assassinated President JFK

23 Nov:     “Cleopatra” is playing at the Pantages theatre in Hollywood.

24 Nov:     Ruby (Candy Barr’s boyfriend) shoots Oswald.


Colleen Brennan

& Dee


Tennis playing MILF:



Next month’s mystery photo:


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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 brietv.com 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 🙂



more brie stamps approved!


& brie dancer:

retro nurses & dolls

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brie with shirley temple doll!


bree olson as daphne blake and bobbi starr as velma dinkley


good job girls!


from the video “dolls:”



brie taking a break with retro nurses:


from wikipedia:
Nurse Nancy

is an adult film by Director F.J. Lincoln released in 1991 by Caballero Studio. The movie stars Sandra Scream, Zara Whites, Alicyn Sterling, Peter North, Marc Wallice, Woody Long, and Tera Heart.Actor Paul Reubens, famously known for his Pee-wee Herman character, was arrested while allegedly exposing himself during a screening of this film in 1991. The incident became a major news story and influenced his shift to playing other roles.

also, not forgetting linda LOVELACE:


Just when I was beginning to think that Valerie Solanas, who shot andy warhol, was right about men being completely useless, I encountered a certain video.

Behold the amazing event!

In order to raise some money, a sorority agreed to do a video showing a really beautiful coed doing it

with two studs.

With having taken only one psychology course, I can only guess at what was transpiring.

Even though the coed knew she was a ball-busting sorority girl, she had an opportunity to affirm that not only was she totally a woman, but that perhaps males were not entirely useless!

Certainly, there was also an element of pure hedonistic pleasure.

The coed has one stud in her vagina with a condom, while the other stud was in her mouth (no condom). When one stud was done, he pulled off the condom, spewing sperm on her rear end, thereby anointing her for her phallic worship, and the symbolism is of her aspiring to be a mom some day.

As this was going on, the other sorority sisters were drinking beer and cheering her on!

After the second hunk was through in her vagina, again the condom was yanked off spraying her belly.


ALSO not forgetting lady sonia:

plus trisha:


apparently visible in the background, what appears to be images of trisha when she was younger!

Liz &

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the video “linda:”



“In 1961 Liz Taylor won her first Oscar for her portrayal of a call girl in a tortured affair with a married man in “Butterfield 8.”

Although she hated the part and the script, she agreed to the role because it ended her contractual obligations to MGM.
Her next project was “Cleopatra” for Twentieth Century Fox. Taylor was loath to take the title role and set her asking price at $1 million.

With a record-breaking final price tag of $62 million, the film ushered in a new era of excess in Hollywood. It nearly bankrupted Fox, which was forced to sell its back lot bordering Beverly Hills to a developer, who turned those 200 acres into Century City.

The production also launched the most turbulent period of Taylor’s life. She contracted pneumonia during filming in Rome and underwent an emergency tracheotomy. She was reported to be near death for days.

After she recovered and returned to the “Cleopatra” set, headlines around the world began to scream details of her affair with Burton. When the movie was finally released in 1963, the reviews were brutal, but audiences flocked to see its shameless-in-love stars.

Taylor co-starred with Burton in several more movies, including “The V.I.P.s” (1963); “The Sandpiper” (1965); “Doctor Faustus,” “The Comedians” and “The Taming of the Shrew” (all 1967); “Boom!” (1968); “Under Milk Wood” and “Hammersmith Is Out” (both 1972); and an aptly titled television movie, “Divorce His, Divorce Hers” (1973). Critics found most of their collaborations unremarkable.

The exception came in 1966, when the ritzy couple were cast against type in Edward Albee’s drama of marital angst, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”

Taylor gained 25 pounds and donned a gray wig and extra padding to play Martha, the frumpy, foul-mouthed, highly educated wife of Burton’s henpecked college professor. She was reportedly terrified by the challenge of playing a role so far removed from her glamorous persona.

Nichols put the Burtons and the other two cast members — George Segal and Sandy Dennis — through weeks of private rehearsals and closed the set during filming. Gradually, Taylor said, she grew so comfortable in her “Martha suit” that it freed her acting.

Critics lavished praise on her performance, calling it the best of her career. The film won five Oscars, including Taylor’s second for best actress. She also won awards from the National Board of Review, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., the New York Film Critics Circle and what is now the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.”




mommy jacy allen:

tatum reed:

wife wearing saddle shoes:

victoria mae:

& brie:


If “Sunset Boulvard” is not the best movie about Los Angeles, then certainly it’s the best movie ever made about Hollywood!

Sunset Boulevard (also known as Sunset Blvd.) is a 1950 American film noir directed and co-written by Billy Wilder. It was named after the boulevard that runs through Los Angeles and Beverly Hills, California.

The film stars William Holden as an unsuccessful screenwriter and Gloria Swanson as a faded silent movie star who draws him into her fantasy world, in which she dreams of making a triumphant return to the screen. Erich von Stroheim, Nancy Olson, Fred Clark, Lloyd Gough and Jack Webb play supporting roles. Director Cecil B. DeMille and gossip columnist Hedda Hopper play themselves, and the film includes cameo appearances by leading silent film actors Buster Keaton, H. B. Warner and Anna Q. Nilsson.

Praised by many critics when first released, Sunset Boulevard was nominated for eleven Academy Awards and won three. It is widely accepted as a classic, often cited as one of the most noteworthy films of American cinema. Deemed “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” by the U.S. Library of Congress in 1989, Sunset Boulevard was included in the first group of films selected for preservation in the National Film Registry. In 1998, it was ranked number twelve on the American Film Institute’s list of the 100 best American films of the 20th century.

An aging former star of silent movies, Desmond (Gloria Swanson) has withdrawn to her Gothic Beverly Hills mansion, off Sunset Boulevard, nursing dreams of a return to stardom while her grip on reality grows ever more tenuous over the years. Her one companion is Max (Erich von Stroheim), her butler, former director, and first husband, who serves as her protector and shields her from the outside world. Because he is still in love with her, he tells her she is still a star, and cuts her off from the news media, and writes daily fan letters to keep her from realizing that she has been completely forgotten by her beloved public.

One day Joe Gillis (William Holden), a young, unemployed screenwriter arrives at Desmond’s with a flat tire on his 1946 Plymouth after being chased by two repo men. He parks the car inside the garage of the mansion and is summoned by Norma to the front door. She confuses him for an undertaker for her just deceased pet chimpanzee.

Norma finds out that Joe Gillis is in fact a writer and asks him to take a look at a manuscript she has been working for a while. It is the story of Salome,

and she plans to star in it.”


A coming of age tale, “Lost in Yonkers” focuses on brothers Arty and Jay, who are left in the care of their Grandma Kurnitz and Aunt Bella (Mercedes Ruehl) in Yonkers, New York by their desperate father Eddie, who needs to work as a traveling salesman to pay off debts incurred following his wife’s death.

Bella is a sweet and  highly excitable woman

who longs to marry an usher at the local movie house named Johnny so she can escape the oppressive household and create a life and family of her own.

winona and lindsay

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“May 18, 2010 … Brie Livingston is a tranvestite. With a weird obsession with his mom’s [past] sex life. who does pornographic photo shoots dressed as Velma from Scoobydoo”


“(born October 29, 1971) Winona Ryder, is an American actress.

Having played diverse roles in numerous well-received films, Ryder won a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and an Academy Award nomination in the same category for her role in The Age of Innocence in 1993, as well as another Academy Award nomination for Little Women the following year for Best Actress. In 2000, Ryder received a star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California.

Ryder’s personal life has been widely reported by the media.Her relationship with actor Johnny Depp in the early 1990s was highly publicized and received much scrutiny by the media and tabloid press. A much talked about 2001 shoplifting incident led to a four-year hiatus from acting. She has also revealed her personal struggle with anxiety and depression, briefly checking into a clinic. In 2006, Ryder returned to the screen, and some media outlets called her performance “a remarkable comeback” to acting, having appeared in high-profile films such as Star Trek.

she starred in Great Balls of Fire!, playing the 13-year-old bride (and cousin)

of Jerry Lee Lewis. The film was a box office failure and received divided reviews from critics.

In 1990, Ryder was selected for four film roles. She played the leading female role alongside her then-boyfriend Johnny Depp in the fantasy film Edward Scissorhands. The film reunited Tim Burton and Ryder, who had previously worked together on Beetlejuice in 1988. Edward Scissorhands was a significant box office success, grossing US$56 million at the United States box office and receiving much critical devotion. Later that year, she withdrew from a role in Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather Part III (after traveling to Rome for filming) due to exhaustion.Eventually, Coppola’s daughter Sofia Coppola was cast in the role.

Ryder’s third role was in the family comedy-drama Mermaids (1990), which co-starred Cher and Christina Ricci. Mermaids was a moderate box office success and was embraced critically. Ryder’s performance was acclaimed; critic

Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times wrote: “Winona Ryder, in another of her alienated outsider roles, generates real charisma.” For her performance, Ryder received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Supporting Role. Ryder then performed alongside Cher and Christina Ricci in the video for “The Shoop Shoop Song”, the theme from Mermaids.”


Lindsay Lohan  born July 2, 1986) is an American actress, pop singer and model. She began her career as a child fashion model before making her motion picture debut in Disney’s 1998 remake of The Parent Trap at the age of 11. Lohan gained further fame between 2003 and 2005 with leading roles in the films Freaky Friday, Mean Girls and Herbie: Fully Loaded, subsequently appearing in independent films including Robert Altman’s A Prairie Home Companion (A Prairie Home Companion is a 2006 ensemble comedy elegy directed by Robert Altman, and was his final film, released just five months before his death. It is a fictional representation of behind-the-scenes activities at the long-running public radio show of the same name.)

In April 2010 Lohan was cast as adult-film performer

Linda Lovelace

star of Deep Throat, in the film Inferno. In November, while Lohan was in court mandated rehab, the offer was withdrawn

here is a cheerleader, somewhat resembling lindsay lohan:



unknown (by me) amateur wearing pumps on a date:


oh baby!

Brie wearing white milf pumps with a lovely Jaclyn Smith dress

purchased at the KMART on san Fernando road  –I should have bought that bag of oranges from the person selling them in the parking lot!


perfect bobby-soxing:


oh! daddy! yes! daddy!

please daddy!



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.”


more brie postage stamps approved:



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