Glory Years (Click to Enlarge and See Full Caption)
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My trailer-mate, Dee, creating my first stripper costumes.

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The first publicity still for the new stripper. Photo taken by James J. Kriegmann, Sr. in 1976. Censored for the web.

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Backstage at the Trocadero theater in Philadelphia - my first venue as a stripper.

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A snapshot taken by a customer from the audience - also censored for the web.

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The Troc's theater cat - Freebie - joining me for an interview in my dressing room at the Troc.

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More of the interview with Freebie.

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Still doing an interview while removing the makeup.

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Getting to work with THE Quentin Crisp in the David Nahmod film, "Red Ribbons," was a dream come true. He was as delightful and charming as I knew he would be. When I asked for his autograph, he said, "If you'll give me yours." Now, is that a gentleman or WHAT?