Porn star 70 s chamberlin

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John Curtis Holmes (August 8, 1944 – March 13, 1988), better known as John C. Holmes or Johnny Wadd (after the lead character he portrayed in a series of related films), was one of the most prolific male pornographic film actors of all time; he appeared in about 2,934 adult loops and pornographic feature movies in the 1970s and 1980s. Holmes was best known for his exceptionally large penis , which was heavily promoted as the longest, thickest, and hardest in the porn industry, although no documented measurement of Holmes' actual penis length, girth, or tumescence has ever been confirmed. [1]

Near the end of his life, Holmes attained notoriety for his involvement in the Wonderland murders of July 1981 and eventually for his death from complications caused by AIDS in March 1988.

Holmes was the subject of several books, a lengthy essay in Rolling Stone , and two feature-length documentaries, and was the inspiration for two Hollywood movies ( Boogie Nights and Wonderland ).

Holmes was born John Curtis Estes on August 8, 1944, in the small rural town of Ashville, Ohio , about 25 miles (40 km) south of Columbus . John was the youngest of four children born to 26-year-old Mary June Holmes ( née Barton); his father's name was not listed on his birth certificate. Mary and her husband, Edward Holmes, the father of John's three older siblings, Dale, Edward, and Anne, were married and divorced three times throughout their lives, documented by wedding certificates dated 13 April 1936, 13 August 1945, and 12 September 1947. [2] At the time of their first marriage, in 1936, Edgar was 35 years old and already a one-time divorcé; Mary was 17. [3] After divorcing each other a third and final time, Edgar and Mary each married one more time. [4]

Mary changed John's surname to Holmes when he was a child. In 1986, when Holmes applied for a US passport for the first time prior to a trip to Italy, his mother provided him with the handwritten copy of his original birth certificate, Holmes learned the name of his biological father, Carl Estes.

Marilyn Chambers dies at 56; 70s porn star and Ivory Snow.

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Marilyn Chambers , the legendary adult movie queen who was the wholesome model on Ivory Snow detergent boxes in the early 1970s when she made her adult movie debut in the X-rated classic "Behind the Green Door," has died. She was 56.

Throughout the '70s and '80s, Chambers was one of the biggest names in the porn industry, ranked by Playboy magazine as one of the top 100 sex stars of the 20th century and named one of the top 10 adult film stars of all time by Adult Video News.

Chambers' "Behind the Green Door," Kernes said, "was made all the more exotic, I think, for some people because she had been on that Ivory Snow box. So here's the Ivory Snow beauty queen having hard-core interracial sex."

A fledgling actress, Chambers was living in San Francisco and making ends meet working as an exotic dancer when she saw a newspaper ad seeking actresses for what was described as a "major" motion picture .

It wasn't until she filled out an application that she discovered the movie was pornographic. The producers -- Jim and Artie Mitchell -- offered her the starring role.

John Curtis Holmes (August 8, 1944 – March 13, 1988), better known as John C. Holmes or Johnny Wadd (after the lead character he portrayed in a series of related films), was one of the most prolific male pornographic film actors of all time; he appeared in about 2,934 adult loops and pornographic feature movies in the 1970s and 1980s. Holmes was best known for his exceptionally large penis , which was heavily promoted as the longest, thickest, and hardest in the porn industry, although no documented measurement of Holmes' actual penis length, girth, or tumescence has ever been confirmed. [1]

Near the end of his life, Holmes attained notoriety for his involvement in the Wonderland murders of July 1981 and eventually for his death from complications caused by AIDS in March 1988.

Holmes was the subject of several books, a lengthy essay in Rolling Stone , and two feature-length documentaries, and was the inspiration for two Hollywood movies ( Boogie Nights and Wonderland ).

Holmes was born John Curtis Estes on August 8, 1944, in the small rural town of Ashville, Ohio , about 25 miles (40 km) south of Columbus . John was the youngest of four children born to 26-year-old Mary June Holmes ( née Barton); his father's name was not listed on his birth certificate. Mary and her husband, Edward Holmes, the father of John's three older siblings, Dale, Edward, and Anne, were married and divorced three times throughout their lives, documented by wedding certificates dated 13 April 1936, 13 August 1945, and 12 September 1947. [2] At the time of their first marriage, in 1936, Edgar was 35 years old and already a one-time divorcé; Mary was 17. [3] After divorcing each other a third and final time, Edgar and Mary each married one more time. [4]

Mary changed John's surname to Holmes when he was a child. In 1986, when Holmes applied for a US passport for the first time prior to a trip to Italy, his mother provided him with the handwritten copy of his original birth certificate, Holmes learned the name of his biological father, Carl Estes.

Just before the credits roll on Lovelace , the $10 million biopic of Deep Throat star Linda Lovelace and her allegedly abusive first husband—whom the film portrays as a hot-headed, manipulative Svengali who nearly drives Lovelace into ruin until she leaves him—a brief postscript appears: “Chuck Traynor went on to marry Marilyn Chambers, the second most famous porn star of the era.”

After so many scenes of Traynor beating Lovelace, forcing her into prostitution, and even shooting a blow-up doll in her likeness during a fit of rage, the sentence lands like a morbid punchline. Poor Marilyn Chambers, whoever she was.

In fact, Chambers was the second-most famous porn star of the era. A leggy, athletic blond, she broke out in 1972, just months after the release of Deep Throat , as the star of the similarly spectacular Behind the Green Door , in which she played the silent role of a woman kidnapped and forced to perform sexual acts in front of a sex theater full of rowdy men. Nearly as shocking: before filming, Chambers had posed as a mother with child on a ubiquitous package of Ivory Snow laundry detergent—the picture of wholesomeness—and the new label was just hitting shelves.

America was practically aghast. Ivory Snow sales spiked; Green Door raked in a reported $50 million on a shoestring budget. The “golden age of porn” had begun, and Chambers had done as much as anyone to usher it in.

Forty years later, Lovelace, who died in a car accident in 2002, is still a household name, an icon of the sexual revolution. Yet Marilyn Chambers—who came to fame in the same year, who struggled with the same goal of finding mainstream success, who even married the same man—died in relative anonymity in a trailer park, surviving on porn residuals, Comic-Con appearances, and a job at a car dealership.

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