20th Century Women

um hi

Brie as Princess Lay


Shirley dress


From Ilana Nash:

“When I was still too young to read, my grandmother often took me to the famed Silent Movie Theater in Los Angeles, just blocks from her house, and whispered the titles to me while I sat mesmerized by the dramatic images.”

“This study begins in 1930 because that is roughly the moment at which mass culture began to take systematic notice of teenagers as a distinct category.
“More particulary, 1930 marked the debut of Nancy Drew.”

Bonita Granville as Nancy Drew

American Sweethearts ends with 1965 because that is when the teengirl “ended,”
too; I locate the Gidget

Sally Field as Gidget

television series, which debuted in 1965, as the last moment in which the original tropes of adolescent girlhood consistently cohered.”
The teen girl “ended” in another way, too, after 1965: she was displaced as the lightning rod for popular desires and fears by her older sisters, college activists and hippies. College-aged people dominated the discursive position of youth in popular consciousness throughout the years of the counterculture.”

[Brie interjects: As a matter of fact the film “The Big T.N.T. Show” January 1966
anticipates the forthcoming changes in music. The producer of “The Big T.N.T. Show” Phil (you don’t want to be me) Spector was going to do another “Big T.N.T.” the following year, but music exploded in another direction.]


“sometimes the relationship is literalized as a father/daughter sexual couple, as in the case of Nabokov’s Lolita,


in which narrator Humbert Humbert cannot resist the charms of his “nymphet” stepdaughter.”

(From “American Sweethearts” by Ilana Nash)

Shirley Temple as Corliss Archer
Peggy Ann Garner as Judy Graves
Patty Duke as Patty Lane


Kentucky Wife Denise




“very beautiful
very sexy
very feminine
so perfect”




“Hello good Morning
welcome new friend
it will be a pleasure to have your company and friendship,
all respect you are the most beautiful of all Cloudysexy
I became your fan
kiss on your queen hand
Good Morning.
post more photos.
I melt all
with that strong and sweet look that you have.”



“The opening was very formal, but, as usual, I had no hat, stockings or gloves and was in quite a dilemma. I borrowed stockings and a girdle

from a friend.
Count Zorzi, the head of the press office and the Ambassador, who had actually extended to me the invitation, gave me stict instructions.”
(Confessions of an Art Addict” by Peggy Guggenheim)


About us (sundawg069):

“I love to wear lingerie, stocking, garters, bra and panties while we fuck. Not currently looking for a third, so please do not ask. Hope you enjoy our videos”

Hooters waitress:

Brie waitress:


Nursie Brie:


cherrylipsbaby: “”Now we’re talking! Love seeing your clitty pics!”


cherrylipsbaby: “That’s it, bend over for Daddy Princess!”



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iloveyourass sez:

“i really like velma dinkley


it was very beautiful.”

I want photos of your clitors
it’s an order
my vanity
I’m your sir”



“We wanted them to look like typical bobby-soxers of the time, replete with pom-
poms, ribbons, saddle shoes, white socks, and short skirts.

We shot hours of 16mm and 8mm film of them.” (FULL SERVICE by Scotty Bowers)



” I love so many of your outfits! You look fantastic!”


dolly with doll


” This video is really hot! Wow! You look great on all fours like that”

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“Sally Horner took her seat at the back next to a dectective assigned to guard her. She wore a blue suit, pink blouse, straw hat, and patent leather Mary Jane shoes.” (THE REAL LOLITA by Sarah Weinman)


more cheerleaders

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The Stranger

I show up after the assassination, and before the advent of Beatlemania.

The immortal cheer squad from Clark junior high in La Crescenta (Los Angeles County):

Carol, Linda, Irene, & Janice

“Thunder thunder thunderation

When we yell its jubilation

We create a great sensation…”

Kim “They would create a great sensation at a stag party!”

Linda:      “You’re nuts!”

John:         “What about them?”


“Sandra Bullock (born July 26, 1964) is an Academy Award winning American actress and producer who rose to fame in the 1990s after roles in successful films such as Demolition Man, Speed, The Net, A Time to Kill, While You Were Sleeping, and Hope Floats.

She continued with films such as Miss Congeniality, The Lake House, and Crash, the third of which received critical acclaim.   Bullock was awarded a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress, a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role, and the Academy Award for Best Actress, for her role as Leigh Anne Tuohy in The Blind Side.”


Patty Duke

and George Takei did an outstanding public service announcement, while wearing Star Trek uniforms!


“Sue Lyon was 14 years old when she was cast in the role of Dolores “Lolita” Haze, the sexually charged adolescent and the object of an older man’s obsessions in Stanley Kubrick’s 1962 film, Lolita.

She was chosen for the role partly because her curvy figure suggested an older adolescent. Based on the Vladimir Nabokov novel of the same name, Kubrick’s Lolita, though a toned-down version of the book (Lolita is only 12 at the beginning of the novel and 17 at the end), was nonetheless one of the most controversial films of its day. Lyon was 16 when the film premiered in September 1962. She became an instant celebrity and won a Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer – Female. Despite her inexperience, she was praised for holding her own in scenes with the three top-billed stars of the film, James Mason, Shelley Winters, and Peter Sellers.”



party girl brie bobby-soxing:


“She [Janice Joplin] said, “my ass is as white at Patsy Montana

and Doris Day’s

(Que Sera)

ass!” –from “Laid Bare” (A Memoir of Wrecked Lives and the Hollywood Death Trip) by John Gilmore


Beverly Cox:

Brooke Lee Adams:

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