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ALICE FRIEDLAND & TIMOTHY CAREY: A CHINESE BOOKIE VALENTINE

ALICE FRIEDLAND ON TIMOTHY CAREY FROM THE KILLING OF A CHINESE BOOKIE
During our interview I could not remember much about Timothy Carey and then it all started to come back to me. Our scenes did not interact with each other. I was looking at him in a casino scene and then it hit me. I saw some of his old movies; I loved old movies from way back, and while I was watching him on the set I became totally enamored with him. He was so tall and that great sexy voice. He had a sublime sexiness that was so different and I just wanted him to ravage me. His dominate manner was turning me on big time. I wanted him bad. I wanted him to take me right there on the ground. My fantasy was to make love to him while listening to the Doors Light My Fire....OMG!  He was so sexually stimulating to me, due to the fact that he appeared to be a little nuts. I bet the sex would of been HOT!

To quote Bob Dylan, "I Want You So Bad."

Timothy Carey... SEXY…RIP

Alice Friedland (Sherry, THE KILLING OF A CHINESE BOOKIE)
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  1. Cool post on Alice, great presence on Cassavetes' film.

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