Boomer Sexual Revolution: Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

  The tag line read: “Consider the Possibilities.” Today, it’s hard to believe the movie was regarded so cutting edge and titillating. Remember, it’s 1970 and the impact of rebellious boomer ideas is just beginning to penetrate Main Street. The plot: An educated, affluent couple attend an “self-discovery” weekend at a New Age retreat andRead the Rest…

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Match The Famous Line To The Boomer Movie

Posted on June 10th, 2015 in Movies,Pop Culture by Terry Hamburg

The length of a film should be directly related to the endurance of the human bladder. ~ Alfred Hitchcock When people ask me if I went to film school I tell them, ‘no, I went to films.’ ~ Quentin Tarantino       1. “You talkin’ to me? You talkin’ to me? Well, I’m the onlyRead the Rest…

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Boomer Celebrity: What Happened to Insatiable Marilyn Chambers?

Posted on June 4th, 2015 in 1970s,1980s,Movies,Pop Culture,Sexual Revolution by Terry Hamburg

  Believe it or not, I never intended to become the queen of 1970s porn chic. I started my career as a mainstream actress and model. In fact, I landed a small role in Barbara Striesand’s movie, The Owl and the Pussycat (for sure, what an ironic title for me), and was chosen to be the model forRead the Rest…

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Boomers Find Their Roots: Hair, The Musical

1968. Greenwich Village. Coming-of-age hippie baby boomers strolling everywhere. The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical rails against the Viet-Nam War, flaunts drugs, glorifies free love and bisexuality, spews non-stop profanity, and parades nudity—all with an interracial cast. The finale is an audience invitation to join the fun on stage for a “Be-In.” Hair reached well beyond the young babyRead the Rest…

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Baby Boomer Sex Siren: What Happened Sue “Lolita” Lyon?

Posted on May 21st, 2015 in 1960s,Celebrities,Movies,Pop Culture,Sexual Revolution by Terry Hamburg

I was one steamy baby boomer, with the emphasis on “baby.” In my first and most famous role, I played a fourteen-year-old nymph seducing a dignified middle-aged professor who falls ga-ga in lust with me. Just so happens I was the same age when cast. For the role I beat out over 800 mostly olderRead the Rest…

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Baby Boomer Celebrities: Can You See The Star In The Kid Pics?

Posted on May 7th, 2015 in Celebrities,Movies,Pop Culture by Terry Hamburg

It’s called “growing into yourself.” You lose baby fat, features get definition, the nose elongates, even your hairline changes. But beneath all that, an imprint remains. Here are some baby boomers as children before Hollywood fame and fortune, probably before they ever dreamed or aspired to be pop culture icons. Can you identify them?  Read the Rest…

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Boomers Play At Burlesque: A Trivia Quiz

Posted on April 30th, 2015 in 1970s,1980s,Movies,Music,Pop Culture by Terry Hamburg

“I don’t think there is such a thing as being too raunchy when it comes to the art form of burlesque.” ~Christina Aguilear “It doesn’t matter what size or shape you are. Burlesque is about feeling positive about who you are, about knowing how to shake what you have and being proud of it.” ~BabyRead the Rest…

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Baby Boomer Sex Siren: Who Am I?

Posted on April 26th, 2015 in 1950s,1960s,Celebrities,Movies,Pop Culture,Sexual Revolution by Terry Hamburg

  I was one of the steamiest femme fatale bombshells of the 1950s. Baby boomer boys and their dads went ga-ga when they saw me. Boomers think they invented the sexual revolution. My generation created the public candy store. The boomers made the door key. I know I’ll sound petty now…but Marilyn Monroe was alwaysRead the Rest…

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Baby Boomer Celebrity: What Happened to John “A Stitch in Time Saves Nine” Bobbit?

Posted on April 14th, 2015 in 1990s,Celebrities,Crime,Movies,Pop Culture,Sexual Revolution,Women's Liberation by Terry Hamburg

  I had the most painful 15 minutes of baby boomer fame in history. The surgery lasted a lot longer, almost 10 hours. Let me admit right off, I ain’t no saint. But hey, I was the victim, dude. Feminists treated me like a criminal and turned it into women’s lib cause celeb. Remember, Lorena slicedRead the Rest…

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Beatniks. Boomers? Literary Visionaries? Cultural Rebels? Street Thugs?or Maynard G. Krebs?

Posted on April 8th, 2015 in 1950s,1960s,Beat Generation,Celebrities,Crime,Movies by Terry Hamburg

  With all due respect to Greenwich Village, the epicenter of the Beat Movement was closer to Greenwich Street in San Francisco – a 20 minute jaunt to fabled North Beach. Here is where the likes of Kerouac, Ginsberg, Cassady, and Ferlinghetti roamed the streets and back alleys. City Lights was the mecca Beat book store.   InRead the Rest…

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