Friday, December 15, 2017

WKRLEM: Woke early?




9 comments:

Trooper York said...

You see!

Women had lots of opportunities in the sixties!

Trooper York said...

Imagine Goldie as your secretary?

ricpic said...

I'd forgotten what a knockout Goldie was. But I'm pretty sure Jo Anne Worley was safe...from harassment that is.

Trooper York said...

How about them talking about them talking about "Hollywood Producers?"

I thought that was a new thing?

Trooper York said...

Really ric?

I bet Joanne was the best fuck in the bunch.

Trooper York said...

I kind of dig Ruth Buzzi too!

They were the ones I would hit on.

edutcher said...

Trooper York said...

I bet Joanne was the best fuck in the bunch.

She was into living in sin, that's for sure. And no fish taco.

MamaM said...

Varlet. They've been around for a while.

Starlets and Varlets

Wondering who might have come up with "varlet" led to a British bloke: Producer George Schlatter has credited Digby Wolfe, who in his native England had written for the BBC's satire That Was The Week That Was, as the man who not only came up with the name for the show but served as the its de facto minister of comedy.

Along with this list of Credited Writers, of which there doesn't appear to be a woman among them:
James Abell
Chris Beard
Jim Carlson
Dave Cox
Bob De Vinney
Jack Douglas
Chet Dowling
Gene Farmer
Rowby Greeber
Richard Goren
Phil Hahn
Jack Hanrahan
Bob Howard
Coslough Johnson
Allan Katz
Paul Keyes
Marc London
Allan Manings
Jack Margolis
Jack Mendelsohn
Lorne Michaels
Jim Mulligan
David Panich
Gene Perret
Hart Pomerantz
John Rappaport
Don Reo
Bill Richmond
George Schlatter
Larry Siegel
Stephen Spears
Hugh Wedlock
Jack Wohl
Digby Wolfe



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MamaM said...

Let's not forget that this climate is what prompted and allowed Jack, Ted and Bill to believe it was their right to behave as they did, with wives like Jackie and Hillary accepting what went on as par for the course. It also manifests the truth of Trump's assertion of what some women will let you do, in order to get close to power, money or attention.

Unfortunately, the pendulum swung the other way to what we have now with women being exploitative and painting men as silly, weak and useless, instead of moving to middle ground.