Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Monday Night At The Movies with The Good Doctor: The O'Farrell Theater (Now)

Doc here with Monday Night At The Movies.  I know.  It's Tuesday.  I get it.  Really.  Blogger was having technical difficulities that prevented any updating.  I had gotten this post ready last week, so all I would have to do is hit the "publish" button.  But nooooo...  Don't they know that I post a late Sunday night / early Monday morning article?  Don't they know my colleague, Major_Voyeur (http://majorvoyeur.blogspot.com/), has a regular Sunday night post? 

Speaking of Major_Voyeur's blog, you need to check this week's edition out ASAP.  Somebody had a very good vacation, and it wasn't The Good Doctor. 

Ok...Enough blabbing.  Here is this week's Monday...errrr...Tuesday Night At The Movies:

Doc here with something a little different for this week's "Lizardo's Monday Night At The Movies".  This week we have a feature of two strippers who perform at The O'Farrell Theater in San Francisco. 

The O'Farrell was the location of the Mitchell Brothers (Jim and Artie) adult business enterprise.  From the pages of Wikipedia:

Opened as an X-rated movie theater by Jim and Artie Mitchell on July 4, 1969, the O'Farrell Theater remains one of America's oldest and most notorious adult-entertainment establishments; by 1980, the nightspot had become a major force in popularizing close-contact lap dancing, which would become the norm in striptease clubs nationwide. The late journalist Hunter S. Thompson, a longtime friend of the Mitchells and frequent visitor at the club, claimed to be its night manager in 1985. He called the O'Farrell "the Carnegie Hall of public sex in America" and Playboy magazine praised it as "the place to go in San Francisco!".

So grab your Twizzers and Mr. Pib and enjoy this week's feature presentation.