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Maitland Ward is a mainstream porn actress now. She just completed a film, called Drive (2020, 1080hd)


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Fifty Shades Freed

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Spin City

Spin City is a comedy series set in the local government of New York City. It went for 145 episodes over 6 seasons. Michael J. Fox starred in the first four seasons, replaced by Charlie Sheen for the last two. From the FH point-of-view, there is no nudity but there are some lovely, sexy women and sometimes they were partially dressed.

Season 4 Episode 18 The Pig Whisperer (2000)

Beth Littleford

Heather Locklear

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There was a time … then it all went wrong.

For a time, between 1930 and the middle of 1934, Hollywood passed though the Pre-Code Era, famous for the lax enforcement of The Hays Code, which prohibited so many things.  For good reasons, we can push back the unofficial start date of the Era to 1929, right after studios had finished the expensive renovation of theaters (yup, they owned the theaters that showed the movies they made) and the stock market crashed to begin the Great Depression.  Hollywood needed the money to keep flowing in, but folks stopped going to movies so often as they had in the past. So, Hollywood needed something to bring folks into the theaters and they learned - not for the last time - that sex sells.  Problem was this: SCOTUS had ruled movies unworthy of 1st amendment protection, so some states and many cities rolled out the censors with their sharp knives.  Enter the Hays Code, written for the studios and meant to keep censors at bay.  For a while, studios ignored the Code and got away with it, thus we have the Pre-Code Era, with movies that tried to show enough to keep the crowds coming but not so much to get the censors’ knickers in a twist.

For a reader of the Funhouse, 1932 was the best of the Pre-Code years, the best of all years for a long, long time.  In that year, four of the biggest stars in Hollywood - Jean Harlow (seen below in a publicity still from Red Dust),

Greta Garbo, Claudette Colbert and Carla Bow - would display just enough skin to fit nicely in the Funhouse, had it been around back then.  Dolores Del Rio, Nancy Carroll and Ann Dvorak, who were famous at the time, sort of joined them.  It was a very good year. 

Their scenes, together, illustrate what directors and producers would do to tease audiences.  These three rules dominated: 1) Get an actress in flimsy clothes and no under-garments; 2) Get an actress out of her dress to show off her under-garments; 3) Get an actress out of her clothes and into the water. 

Jean Harlow in Red-Headed Woman spends a lot of time in under-garments (rule #2),

but in one scene, she sheds even them for a quick look at what is beneath.

Greta Garbo also briefly flashes forbidden parts in Grand Hotel.

Both Dolores Del Rio

and Claudette Colbert

obey rule #3 - out of clothes and into water.  Gotta figure Claudette’s scene in Sign of the Cross would have won the prize for best of the year. 

As a bonus, famous fan-dancer Sally Rand appears in Sign of the Cross as a Christian martyr, sacrificed to a crocodile.

Ann Dvorak, in Three On a Match, does rule #2 real well, too, as she relaxes in a flimsy nightgown. This is a great movie, by the way, filled with gritty scenes and a tough message, and Ms. Dvorak is terrific in it.  Not sure why she was not a bigger star

The winner in the rule #1 category is Clara Bow in Call Her Savage.  In an extended scene that covers 15 minutes of screen time, Ms. Bow rides a horse, has three conversations and plays with a dog in a thin, silk shirt and no under garments.  It is a giggle show 40 years before Charlie’s Angels, and every once in a while, she gets very close to revealing hidden treasures in this one, long scene.  Later on in the movie, she opts to parade around in a nightie.

The real fun, however, starts with a cat fight between Clara and Thelma Todd.

In the tussle, we wind up seeing much more than either actress intended, as each combatant seems to go out of her way to rip open the other’s dress.  The result is impressive and revealing, and when this movie shows up in HD, I am going to spend a week going back over this one scene.

Clara ends the movie back in a silk outfit.  In this scene, without any dialogue, Clara Bow shines again. Asked to deliver lines earlier in the movie, especially ones that prompted the cat fight, Ms. Bow is horribly out of her element.  I imagined Katharine Hepburn delivering these same lines and could see how they would draw real blood.  Ms. Bow delivers them as though she were reading lines written by someone else, which of course she is, but the point of acting is to make it seem otherwise.  The words wind up falling flat and they make her character appear pathetic, not formidable.  Silent films were her medium because her face could act.  Sad to say, she could not.

My favorite movie of this bunch is Hot Saturday.  In a single scene, Nancy Carroll strips out of her dress into a slip

and then pulls the underwear off Rose Coghlan, who plays her sister.

The film clip doesn't offer much to see, but still is risqué and, therefore, very typical of 1930-34 movies. 

The film, itself, looks very much like a play written 320 years earlier by the Bard.  It follows the plot of Much Ado About Nothing for much of its length, in that a false rumor started by an evil cad about a woman’s loose morals costs her not only her reputation, but also a husband.  Unlike in Much Ado, however, the maligned gal in Hot Saturday does not accept her betrothed’s apology when he discovers the lies behind the rumors, and they do not end the movie as a happy couple. She wins in the end, but on her own terms.  She hears about the rumors, realizes why everyone in the town had been treating her so abysmally, says fuck it and goes off to spend the night with the guy she was rumored to have shtupped (Cary Grant).  The movie ends with the two of THEM in a car as they ride away to get married.  Now, that is a damn good story.

The Jammed

2007, 1080hd

Johnny's comments:
The Jammed is a 2007 sex trafficking thriller that is told from two perspectives. Crystal (Emma Lung) is being questioned by immigration with the threat of detention and deportation. Three weeks earlier, Ashley (Veronica Sywak), who works for an insurance company, is set up by her friend to pick up a male friend from the airport, who brings along Sunee (Amanda Ma), who he met on the plane and is looking for her daughter Li Rong and her persistant wears down Ashley, who reluctantly helps. Sunee says that Li Rong is in prostitution and asks Ashley to make missing signs giving out Ashley's number, which she is not happy with. She gets in touch with her ex Tom (Todd MacDonald), who's not happy with her as she walked out on their relationship without telling him and as an ex-postman, he is able to narrow down where Li Rong or someone else sent the letter she sent to her mother from. Meanwhile, Crystal tells her story of how she came to Australia thinking she was working as a tabletop dancer, but is forced, including by being repeatedly raped by her handler Dyce (Masa Yamaguchi) into prostitution and joins two other girls, Russian woman Vanya (Saskia Burmeister) and Rubi (Sun Park), who is actually Li Rong. Rubi is struggling and one day overdoses on drugs and is dumped at the hospital and in the ensuing mayhem, Vanya finds one of the missing signs with Rubi on it and escapes and manages to make a call to Ashley about Rubi's whereabouts before being found out by her handlers. Ashley finds out who owns the address Vanya tells her and makes herself known to the owner's wife (Alison Whyte) but this causes the sex traffickers to get in contact with Ashley and ask her to pay Rubi's debt and make threats against her and Sunee. Ashley is unperturbed and with a reluctant Tom decides to stake out the illegal brother and follow the girls when they are driven to where they are staying. When the handler stops to get dinner, Ashley strikes and manages to free Crystal and Rubi but Vanya is left behind. Sunee is reunited with Li Rong/Rubi but it does not go well as it turns out that Li Rong was sold into prostitution by her parents to settle their debts. The next morning, Li Rong jumps out the window of the motel they were staying at and kills herself leaving Crystal distraught and Sunee devastated. Ashley makes one last bold attempt to free Vanya by going to the illegal brother and in the mayhem, Vanya steals a whole lot of money and then stabs one of the handlers before escaping. They confront the owners of the brothel at their art gallery opening and then Vanya runs off but not before giving half the money she took to Ashley to give to Crystal. Crystal decides not to become a witness and is sent to detention.

Very good thriller that doesn't take a backward step about the issues surrounding sex trafficking and doesn't necessarily end with a happy ending despite the women being freed from their captors. All the main cast are all very well defined characters and all actresses are very good, particularly Lung and Sywak, both fairly unheralded on the Australian scene despite both being rightfully nominated by Best Actress at the local film awards and probably unlucky one of them didn't win. The plot is tight and thrilling although the sex traffickers are rather incompetent which makes the women's escape a bit easier than probably would be. The movie also doesn't skimp on the horror of sex trafficking and when it's revealed about how Li Rong got introduced into prostitution, it is very devastating as Rubi is basically caught in a horrible situation where she sees death as the only solution. The Jammed is a well made movie about an important subject and should get a more love than it has had.

Interestingly, the four actresses featured in The Jammed barely act any more. Emma Lung has only done an episode of Rake since Wonderland. Sywak seems to have quit acting although she's appeared in The Jammed director's subsequent movies 10Terrorists and Out Of The Shadows. Burmeister hadn't done anything since 2012 until she turned up in a small role as a mother in last year's Little Monsters and Sun Park barely did anything after being in kid's group Hi-5 but has recently returned to acting and seems to be getting regular roles, I remember her turning up for few episode of Wentworth. Shame really, particularly Lung who I'm a big fan of, but seems to have taken time away to be a mother.

Emma Lung film clip (collage below)

Sun Park film clip (sample below) 

Tiffany Tenille in Jezebel (2020) in 1080hd

A brighter version of Florence Pugh in Outlaw King (2018) in 1080hd

2018 was such a competitive year that this lovely scene could not make the top 20.

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