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FREAK OUT AND FUCK - vintage 70s sex striptease dance

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It’s like they were there live and performing to the music 
2 months ago
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to THEP0RNEDlT: Can you have a guess of what it was called? :)
good energy
1 year ago
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to MissSharna: I'm sure it was from another video on this site but I don't remember what it was called.
Can you tell me where you got the video of the Brunette? I want to see her full performance please :D xo
1 year ago
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Absolutely terrific! Once again I was spellbound! Thank you
1 year ago
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Effing Fantastic...
1 year ago
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Totally awesome
1 year ago
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Wonderful! Fantastic!! That guy is the hero of security guards everywhere, and he didn't even have to threaten to give her a ticket! :-) Seriously, this was an excellent period piece, and well worth the wait until the weekend!!
1 year ago
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The great celebration of the heyday of Studio 54.

Hard to belibe how things have become so shit in America since those heady days.

CNN's Robin Leach escorted the then-11-year-old sensation Brooke Shields on 54’s opening night, and was taken up to the DJ booth by Steve Rubell. Leach looked down on the joyous human froth, the cocaine spoon traveling to the nose of the Man in the Moon.

“We thought we were just covering the opening of an ordinary nightclub..... all of us knew that night that we weren’t at the opening of a discotheque but the opening of something historical, that was going to change the shape of the way people lived or played ... There were no rules. Sodom and Gomorrah met the High Street that night.”

Where did that magic go? Few surprises here. AIDS arrived, as did the realization that cocaine was not just a non-habit-forming energy enhancer. Then two terms of Rudy Giuliani as a non-nightlife-loving mayor, community boards became more powerful and getting a liquor license became ever more onerous.

The naughty pleasures that made Studio 54’s unappealing basement such a delicious adventure are impossible today in a world in which the smartphone somebody is using or the button on a jacket could be taping your words and shooting your picture.

Andy Warhol came up with an acute rationale for the success of Studio 54: Dictatorship at the door, democracy on the floor. There were A-list celebrities and then the best-looking and sexiest members of the public were picked from the huge line outside. Once inside, the dancefloor was heaving, there was sex, drugs, there were gays, transexuas, drag queens and celebrities all partying without limits. The wealth gap has killed that curiosity and populism stone-dead, and VIP Rooms have morphed into deathly bottle service clubs.

Anthony Haden-Guest, who was there that night, brought out a book in 1997 and titled it The Last Party because as he said himself, "I wanted a nifty title."

But then, depressingly his title proved true.


As a footnote, given the year that's in it, one of the celebrity couples that partied at 54 on that famous opening night were Donald and Ivana Trump. I hear these days he's banging Ivanka.
1 year ago
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Great movie! Thank you!
1 year ago
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to alan1953: Thanks as always Alan
Absolutely stunning upload thank you
1 year ago
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Fantastic work. Thanks!
1 year ago
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