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lost, lonely and vicious (September 4, 1958)

Lost, Lonely and Vicious
 

Released on September 4, 1958: (running time 1 hour and 12 minutes) A teenager discovers the meaning of his life in 1958 Hollywood.

Directed by Frank Myers

The Actors: Ken Clayton (Johnnnie Dennis), Barbara Wilson (Helen Preacher, ‘The General’), Lilyan Chauvin (Tanya Pernaud, dramatics coach), Richard Gilden (Walt), Carol Nugent (Pinkie), Jim Reppert (agent), Sandra Giles (Darlene), William Quimby (Pig, Walt's buddy), Allen Fife (Buddy), Frank Stallworth (Mr. Preacher, aircraft welder), Clint Quigley (Clint, newspaper reporter at the premier), John Erben (young actor), Earl Johnson (the psychiatrist interviewing Tanya)

 

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Live Fast - Die Fast, or, “Happy Days” in a Minor Key

Early in this 1950’s Hollywood adventure, we are given close-up shots of Sandra Giles booty swinging to the beat of a juke box song in a popular teenage hangout. Sandra was working as a secretary/bookkeeper at Canter’s Jewish delicatessen at 439 North Fairfax Avenue when a press agent met her and suggested that she become a movie actress.

Sandra had a voluptuous body that was often compared to pinup poster movie star Jayne Mansfield, but with none of the flirty ‘I want your man’ personality that might have lead to a superstar vixen career.

The year before this movie was filmed, she posed in a bathing suit for a large painting by Philip Paval that was displayed at the Fremont Hotel in Las Vegas. When the painting was unveiled, Sandra discovered that the painting omitted her bathing suit, showing her completely nude. She sued and settled for $15,000 on top of her original fee.

She arrived at the 1956 Ballyhoo Ball lying in a coffin carried by six body-building muscular men. A few months before this movie hit the theaters, he arrived at the premier of a Clark Gable – Doris Day movie in a pink fur-covered Ford Thunderbird convertible, drawing all attention away from the movie stars.

During this same year Sandra Giles filed a police report stating that someone broke into her apartment and stole more than 75 photographs of her. Also during this time she was scheduled to be interviewed on ‘The Tom Duggan Television Show,’ but minutes before the show went on the air she was cut from the program. It was later reported that she was not allowed to appear on the live television show because her outfit showed more cleavage than clothing.

Despite of her headline getting promotion, Sandra never became a marquee star. She did appear in many movies and television shows that needed a bit of beauty in the background, but never the star that she tried to become.

In this snapshot of 1958 Hollywood, Sandra has a bit part as an aspiring actress spending time in the local diner. This diner is home to many aspiring actors searching for the spotlight of Hollywood fame. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Allen Fife and Carol Nugent
Allen Fife and Carol Nugent
Barbara Wilson
Barbara Wilson
Barbara Wilson
Barbara Wilson
Barbara Wilson
Barbara Wilson
Barbara Wilson, Ken Clayton
Barbara Wilson, Ken Clayton
Barbara Wilson
Barbara Wilson
Barbara Wilson
Barbara Wilson
Carol Nugent
Carol Nugent
Carol Nugent, Allen Fife
Carol Nugent, Allen Fife
Carol Nugent, Richerd Gilden
Carol Nugent, Richerd Gilden
Carol Nugent, Sandra Giles
Carol Nugent, Sandra Giles
Carol Nugent
Carol Nugent
Frank Stallworth, Barbara Wilson
Frank Stallworth, Barbara Wilson
Frank Stallworth, Ken Clayton
Frank Stallworth, Ken Clayton
Ken Clayton
Ken Clayton
Ken Clayton, Barbara Wilson
Ken Clayton, Barbara Wilson
William Quimby
William Quimby
Ken Clayton, Lilyan Chauvin
Ken Clayton, Lilyan Chauvin
Ken Clayton
Ken Clayton
Ken Clayton
Ken Clayton
Ken Clayton
Ken Clayton
Ken Clayton
Ken Clayton
Lilyan Chauvin
Lilyan Chauvin
Lilyan Chauvin
Lilyan Chauvin
Lilyan Chauvin
Lilyan Chauvin
Lilyan Chauvin
Lilyan Chauvin
Richard Gilden
Richard Gilden
Richard Gilden, Lilyan Chauvin
Richard Gilden, Lilyan Chauvin
Richard Gilden
Richard Gilden
Richard Gilden
Richard Gilden
Richard Gilden
Richard Gilden
Richard Gilden
Richard Gilden
Sandra Giles
Sandra Giles
Sandra Giles, Carol Nugent
Sandra Giles, Carol Nugent
William Quimby
William Quimby
William Quimby, Lilyan Chauvin
William Quimby, Lilyan Chauvin
William Quimby, Richard Gilden
William Quimby, Richard Gilden