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Sissy Brie:


From out of the past “RAVAGED!”:

OLY beer really big on the west coast back then.



55 year old Janet Mason:


Sex with Debbie:



Isceljenekb: ” fucking hot!”

Brie as Patty


“Wow! You have such a strong aesthetic and sense of style and your videos really create a sense of an entire world which is so rare in most porn. And of course this is very hot! Xxx”

frilly sissy


The female of the 20th century is

Shirley Temple!


Bike tour with 71 years old bobby-soxing mom:

Magna, Cathy A., or Michele B.?




with her nylons rolled down

like me!


garterbelt nylons

Precious Time

um hi




“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:

pink nylons1






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:



gladys & patty

um hi

“You know how to rock a poodle skirt!”


I always wanted to be depicted by an artist!




& Shirley stamps approved!


Speaking of poodle skirts, here is Linsey:



I was at the college for two years before attending the university.

Devastated, while at the college, by the realization that Michele wasn’t interested in me, I encountered an older woman student named Gladys

there (unusual back then as most people were under 30 years old at the time). She wore a skirt with sneakers and no socks,  which was an attractive look for her, and she was about twice my age.

We used to chat sometimes between classes at the break area near the snack bar –“Get Together” by the Youngbloods blaring from the loud speakers.

One day she offered to drive me home (I usually took the bus), but we stopped at her house instead –“Tea and Symphony” & “The Last Picture Show” ensued.

Later I thought perhaps her husband was watching through a peep hole, or even filming though a one-way mirror, which is better than my getting killed or going to the hospital due to an encounter with a jealous husband!

One day at the outdoor break area/snack bar facility, which had an overhang in case of rain, there was also a stairway you could access to a top observation deck. A hippie looking freak, probably from the university, went up there and observed the mostly apathetic students for awhile, then suddenly blurted out, “There’s a revolution out there!” Almost immediately someone (not me) responded with  “Why don’t you go and join it?”

Riding the bus home that day with the song “Liar Liar” by The Castaways playing in my head, while holding my calculus book.


Caught Patty Duke

in a
1973 Hawaii Five-O Season 5, Episode 15 “Thanks for the Honeymoon,”
where she portrays a pregnant bride!


What’s at the top of the stairs?

another poodle skirt!




Granny wearing Maryjane shoes!

& Susan Reno outdoors:

brie dancer

um hi

brie the bobby-soxer-swing dancing jitterbugger:

from the video dancing:


Darla Hood

(November 4, 1931 – June 13, 1979) was an American child actress, best known as the leading lady in the Our Gang series from 1935 to 1941. She was born in Leedey, Oklahoma, the only child of James Claude Hood and Elizabeth Davner. Her father worked in a bank and her mother was a music teacher.
Hood’s mother introduced her to singing and dancing at an early age, taking her to lessons in Oklahoma City. Just after her third birthday, she was taken to New York City, where she was seen by Joe Rivkin, a casting director for Hal Roach Studios, who arranged a screen test. She was then taken to Culver City, California, to appear in the Our Gang movies.

Hood played Darla in Our Gang. She made her debut at age four in the 1935 film Our Gang Follies of 1936 and was soon given a role in The Bohemian Girl with Laurel and Hardy. From 1935 to 1941, she continued to play in Our Gang. She is well remembered for her coquettish character, typically the love interest of Alfalfa, Butch, or (usually) Waldo. One of her most memorable moments was singing “I’m in the Mood for Love” in The Pinch Singer.
When she outgrew her role in Our Gang, Hood appeared in a couple of other movies and attended school in Los Angeles. While at Fairfax High School, she organized a vocal group

Hood then went out on her own with singing engagements in nightclubs and guest appearances on TV. She was a regular on The Ken Murray Show from 1950 to 1951. In 1955, she was a leading lady in the act of ventriloquist Edgar Bergen.

in her final film role, which was also her first adult role in a movie. She played a secretary in the suspense drama The Bat with Vincent Price and Agnes Moorehead.

Hood was a guest on such TV shows of the early 1960s as Tell It to Groucho and The Jack Benny Show, where she appeared on 30 October 1962 as “Darla” in a spoof of the Our Gang comedies with Jack Benny (who appeared as Alfalfa).

She appeared in her own nightclub act at the Coconut Grove in Los Angeles, the Copacabana in New York, and the Sahara Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.Hood was busy organizing the 1980 Little Rascals reunion for the Los Angeles Chapter of The Sons of the Desert when she underwent a relatively minor operation at a North Hollywood hospital. Following the procedure, Hood contracted acute hepatitis and died suddenly of heart failure on June 13, 1979. The circumstances of her untimely passing remain unknown and somewhat mysterious. Hood was 47.

The Our Gang community was stunned at Hood’s unexpected passing. Fellow Our Gang member Billie “Buckwheat” Thomas said, “I hate to hear it. It’s a shock. She was an awfully nice person, a fine woman. We got along real good as kids.”. A little over a year later, Thomas died as well.

Darla Hood is interred at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood.


school teachers michele and ginger *


brie as michele:


brie as ginger:

* any resemblance with persons living or dead is purely coincidental.


“Welcome to the Dollhouse”

(Terri Dolan, Kandi Barbour, Cassie Wells, and brie)

is a 1995 American coming of age black comedy. An independent film, it launched the career Heather Matarazzo.


last month’s mystery photo was mrs. 24/7:

next month’s mystery photo:


unknown amateur showing the pros how its done:


brie doing it while wearing mary jane shoes!