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We had these big sets, elaborate design, and we had this big opportunity. Larry Gelman: I approached it like a serious film.

As far as I was concerned I was making a regular version of the film. Who handled the communication with the actors in terms of telling them that they would be required to perform hardcore sex scenes?

Jason Williams: I did originally, so I think everybody was geared up that there was going to be sex in this movie, real sex. I left that to Bud.

He and Booby dealt with all of that, and I think they handled it tastefully. They were sophisticated people. Kristine DeBell: No one really knew what they were getting involved with before we got up there.

No one knew what kind of film it was. They kept it very hush hush. You want me to do what? They would keep me away from the action.

It was a very strict set. My family was there so that was another problem. Was her involvement in the sex scenes made clear to her?

Then I realized what it was. Juliet Graham: She had one scene with me, and another with the prince I think. She was fine, not difficult or temperamental at all.

I was a little bit wild, though. Juliet Graham, Kristine DeBell. That meant that the theater owners knew Bill, and they knew his films.

And they were good films; Howard Ziehm was making good movies, better than everybody else. They made the checks out to him personally.

Then he started to get attention in the mainstream press. Joyce Haber gave him a huge front page in an L. The problem was that he had nothing to do with any of the movies!

Bill was only ever the business guy who put the deals together. He was never making any of the movies himself.

It was all just such fucking bullshit. It was so thick it was incredible. When I started making pictures with Osco, I was the director, editor, writer, of all of them.

I did everything myself. Bud directed it, I produced it, and Bill did very little. Larry Gelman: Bill was a businessman.

People seemed intimidated by him. Knowing that Howard accused Osco of dishonesty, were you wary of working with him?

Jason Williams: In terms of me, no. I just stepped in when Bill and Howard split up, and me and Osco became friends. I started making the movies like Howard had done, and then Bill would go and sell them and get cash.

Juliet Graham: One of the producers, Bill Osco, the obnoxious one, made a pass at me on set one day.

Jason Williams: We came back to L. Then we met were these two guys who ran Kaleidoscope Films. Kaleidoscope Films was the most successful movie advertising firm of the s.

It was started in by Andy Kuehn right , who is considered the father of the modern trailer. Jason Williams: Kaleidoscope Films was the premiere advertising company for all of the major studios.

They had contacts with every studio, every person, and at that time, they were the shit. And we need a lot more than that.

We need proper music and everything else. Jason Williams: Yes, the guys at Kaleidoscope got involved from that point onwards.

And they did an amazing job. They were involved in cinema research so they were able to add new kinds of techniques that were just coming into the cinematic field.

Like the way of dissolving pictures from one scene to the next, creative editing techniques, a lot of visuals, all kind of things. A lot of that was done in the post production by Kaleidoscope.

Jason Williams: Peter Matz handled that. I think he came to the project through Kaleidoscope and they paid for him. Peter Matz right was a musician, composer, arranger and conductor, who won three Emmys and a Grammy award.

Jason Williams: Peter saw the movie, and went back and recorded full versions of songs with a full orchestra and beefed it up considerably.

He did a great job. Jason Williams: Yes. He was just a young kid, our age at that time. I never really… I was never friends with him except for that week or so that he was around the shoot.

Jason Williams: Kaleidoscope spent several months finishing it. It played great, people loved it. No one had seen anything like it before.

They left the theater with a really good feeling. We had a premiere at the Plaza Theater in Beverly Hills.

I showed up in my Ferrari in my Flesh Gordon costume. It was in one of the main theaters in Times Square that no longer exists.

I invited my aunt and uncle, which was a sort of cheeky thing to do, and they were shocked. Afterwards they had nothing to say to me.

Nobody wanted to distribute it. Nobody wanted it because it was X-rated. In the end I went to Ted Mann. In he had purchased the screen National General Theatre chain which he soon expanded to a total of screens.

We had one just big billboard outside of Tucson that had a nice piece of artwork on it. We opened the picture and it broke the house record.

More money that had ever been made in that theater. It was cute, sexy, and fun. It was right on the nose. Ted Mann ran the trailer in all of his theaters.

It was put together by Kaleidoscope. They were really good. They really made the movie come to life. They really did.

They made it special I think. We broke the house record there as well. So now the phone starts ringing off the hook.

Why would we do that? The company went bankrupt in Jerry Gross and Harold Marenstein right , Jason Williams: Harold was a veteran guy, maybe about 70 years old, and had been around forever.

We brought him in to run our distribution company. I could never get a real answer. Bill who was in charge of all of the money side, but nobody could ever get a real answer from him.

Not Hirsch, the lawyer from Phoenix, not Kaleidoscope, and not me. Jason Williams: We had a publicist. The Kaleidoscope guys told us what to do and how to do it.

But once we started setting house records, it was easy to get the picture into theaters and it ran forever. It ran for almost a solid year in one theater Westwood.

And Kaleidoscope were doing everything they could to promote the film as well. Kristine DeBell: Suze Randall photographed that, and we became friends.

She was so sweet. No one had ever been on the cover before who had not been a Playmate first. Jason Williams: Harold handled the American distribution side, but Bill and I took the foreign distribution.

But what Bill would do was to sell each damn territory off to multiple different people. Yeah, completely exclusive. You got them all.

But I was a kid. I never saw any profits. Olana State Historic Site I wrote and produced it, and starred in it.

I made some good connections and my acting career took off. Kristine DeBell and Richard Gere I just want to go in jeans and a t-shirt. Jason Williams: Bill ended up hiding everything.

Then, Osco just stopped paying anybody anything. Meanwhile he bought a house on Sunset Boulevard that was on four or five acres of land.

It was a huge estate right next to where Cher lived, and it dwarfed her place. It had a big enough front-yard to play football on the damn thing.

He thought that it was him that made it all happen, though in reality he was just along for the ride.

Except his little tiny finger on the steering wheel somehow meant that he was in charge of everything, I guess. In terms of producing anything to do with the films, he delivered nothing.

But he got credit for everything which was actually pretty incredible. Jason Williams: No. Yet he told everybody that.

His father was actually a barber in Ohio. It was then re-released it as a XXX film by inserting additional minutes of hardcore footage.

There has been controversy about the hard core footage that was re-instated for the XXX version, some of it involving Kristine DeBell.

What do you know about what happened there? Jason Williams: Bill had started dating Kristine right when the movie started.

As soon as he met her, he got right on Kristine. Bill got Kristine to give him a blowjob as though he was the Mad Hatter on camera, and it was never included in the film.

It was some footage that was never ever in the X-rated version of the film. I love you, blah, blah, blah.

A few years later, to try to make some fucking money, Bill inserted this little clip and some other footage that were obviously not even from the film that showed hardcore penetration.

He got it from someplace else. He did that to Kristine which I thought was just such a low fucking life thing to do. Let it lay that way.

It was just such a low life thing to do, really. Unbelievably low life. I just was this young kid.

Jason Williams: Nothing. I made nothing. Bill had a limousine and this high school buddy was his chauffeur. It turned out the driver was one of the only guys who was actually getting paid every week.

I ended up selling my percentage of it to the chauffeur! That was the only money I ever got… I had to sell my share of it to the chauffeur just to get any money out of it.

Somehow, I look at it like it was for the best. But in reality we should have been at the top of the world. We were two guys in our twenties who had two number one hit movies in America.

We were connected to a company that opened doors to every studio in Hollywood, and that door was wide open to really do something in this business.

But Bill was bad. He stole from everybody, never paid anyone, and it just became intolerable for everybody. In the end everybody had to sue him.

Kaleidoscope sued him. Hirsch, the lawyer from Phoenix, sued him. He had them in a vault. Somehow Osco paid somebody at Kaleidoscope to go into that vault, steal all the negatives, and then Osco started releasing the movie all over again.

Jason Williams: He ended up getting involved with this girl, Jackie Kong. She was his girlfriend, and she convinced him that she could make movies.

She brought another actor in to completely overdub his dialogue. The movie was so unbelievably horrible. It was terrible.

This is Bill Osco. Really it was true. He really is a pretty good description of the word sociopath. Kristine DeBell: Absolutely.

My own boys were tormented. I ended up moving to Williamstown, Massachusetts, and not ever telling anyone. I used my married name to protect my kids.

No one knew who I was. I joke now that my oldest probably needs therapy. My boys have just made their peace with it. I was an alcoholic.

I have A. Stuff happens. People do things. I have totally made peace with it. The hardcore version was also available on VHS. Both have long been out of print.

Jason Williams continued to act, direct, and produce into the s, as well as work on an autobiography.

Added together. After taking a two decade break from the film industry to raise a family, she returned to acting with a vengeance in She is working on a website that will contain much personal information about her career and future activities.

Bill Osco continued to produce films. The show was set in a trailer park in Weehawken, New Jersey.

Bud Townsend directed three mainstream films before his passing in Bucky Searles continued to write and perform comedy until his death in the s.

Joseph Bardo formed his owned production company and made films with his daughter until his passing in the early s.

Juliet Graham continues to live in New York, and has just completed an autobiography. Larry Gelman lives in Los Angeles. Now aged 84, he still acts in films on a regular basis.

I love this film — and Kristine DeBell need have no worries about her appearance in it as far as I am concerned. She is so perfect in the role.

Without her the film would be so much less. This is a rare beast — a truly feel-good porn film!

This is really impressive, though I wondered if you thought about making this available as a podcast like come of your other amazing work?

It would make a good Rialto show…. Also what happened to Subversive as their label seemed to fold a while ago making their DVD hard to find today?

Wonderful interview! She had some Alice photos to autograph. Nonetheless she took the time to speak with me.

Jack: I was a primary special features freelancer for Subversive Cinema a decade ago, so I can tell some of what happened to the label.

Norman Hill founded Subversive, after working for years at Anchor Bay. I threw myself into trying to track down everyone from ALICE that was alive and would be willing to talk about the experience, as well as locating elements to recreate all three versions of the film.

In my research, I reached out to the adult film experts I knew for help. William Margold was very friendly and helpful, and sat for a historical interview for the Subversive release, whereas the late author of a certain authoritative 42nd St.

Norm found Larry Gelman through cold calling, and he agreed to speak. I found Juliet Graham, and had many nice phone conversations with her, and Norm proposed flying her to the West Coast to be interviewed.

And miraculously, I made contact with Kristine DeBell, though at the time she respectfully declined to participate. So to make up for the lack of voices from the movie, I recruited a good friend, feminist scholar and retired adult actress Lena Ramon to talk from a modern perspective on the influence of ALICE.

ALICE was the last title Subversive released, and as you see, the final release, while better than any previous version, was severely reduced from its initial conception.

The soundtrack and specialty packaging was scrapped. There was no budget to pay to bring Juliet Graham out for an on-camera interview.

And Norm chose to drop the plan to include the R rated cut of the film, and simply offered the soft and hard X versions on the disc.

She was very excited at the prospect of the trip and interview, and when the plug was pulled on that I was too ashamed to call her and have to deliver the bad news.

I never spoke to her again. As a young girl, she took ballet and studied voice. At 14, she began modeling for Macy's. During her freshman year of high school, Kristine auditioned for and won the part of Marta in the musical The Sound Of Music.

Kristine auditioned for the part of Marta again, however producers felt her voice was too mature and cast her as the naughty postulant.

This was the beginning of a fruitful four performance seasons with The Mac-Haydn Theatre. DeBell left the film and television industry in the mid's to raise her children on a thoroughbred farm in upstate New York.

Her passion for theater brought her back to the stage, and she began starring in many regional theater productions.

Since moving back to Los Angeles in , she has enjoyed steady work as a film and television actress.

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