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The Projection Booth:Cleo/Leo

Special Guests: Scott Baker, Jane Hamilton, Ginger Lynn Allen, Larry Revene

Guest Co-Host: Jill Nelson

When a chauvinist pig (Scott Baker) gets shot for harassing women, he’s reincarnated as a woman (Jane Hamilton) in order to learn a lesson about life. Chuck Vincent’s Cleo/Leo is a terrific look at gender relations and institutional sexism.

We’re joined once again by author Jill Nelson to discuss Cleo/Leo, Blake Edwards’s Switch, Roberta Findlay’s Angel on Fire (AKA Angel Number Nine) and Vincente Minnelli’s Goodbye Charley.


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Buy Golden Goddesses: 25 Legendary Women of Classic Erotic Cinema, 1968-1985 by Jill Nelson

Buy John Holmes: A Life Measured in Inches by Jill Nelson & Jennifer Sugar

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Visit the 1976 Tapes from California website

Read American Ticklers: The Early R-Rated Films of Chuck Vincent by Paul Freitag

Read 40 Most Fascinating Gender-Bending Characters of Psychotronic Film by Paul Freitag


“Mister Sister” – Kate Pierson

“Fantasy World” – Ginger Lynn

“Both Sides Now” – Leonard Nimoy

“Ginger Lynn” – Ken’s Loud Band

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About The Author
Mike White
Mike White
Often mistaken for the ginger screenwriter/actor of the same name, Mike White has been a frequent contributor to publications such as CinemaScope, Paracinema, Detroit’s Metro Times, and He’s served on juries at the Slamdance, Cinekink, MicroCineFest and Kansas City film festivals. Additionally, he’s been featured in the documentaries David Goodis: To a Pulp and The People Vs. George Lucas. In 2010, BearManor Media published Impossibly Funky: A Cashiers du Cinemart Collection. A collection of film reviews, Cinema Detours, will be published in 2013.

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