Happy Christmas!

Happy Christmas!

Thanks to you all for your support in 2014!

We wish everyone a very Happy Christmas and a merry New Year.

We’ll be back in 2015.

(With thanks to Bettie Page).

7 Comments

  1. Frank F · December 26, 2014 Reply

    Thanks to the Rialto Report for all the wonderful stories you’ve shared with us this year. Enjoy the Holidays!

    FF

  2. Saint Tricky Nic · December 27, 2014 Reply

    I would like to say thank you to everyone at the Rialto Report for doing such great work all year uncovering porn stars from the 70’s and 80’s, were we really all that young and carefree at one time?. When we see your updates, we realize that time comes up and steals away the years for porn stars just like the rest of us and just like life, the chips fall different for all the various porn stars we hear from here. Some look great, some old and tired, some are dead. That is just like life for the rest of us if we try to find out what happened to people from our past, it’s a mixed bag of joy, sorrow and sometimes regret. But most of us wouldn’t change any of it!
    Porn has a way of freezing time, in my mind Seka is still 24 years old with the red scarf around her neck that we see in all the Swedish Erotica loops. Bambi Woods is still young and blonde and wearing her Cheerleader outfit somewhere and I even remember a young, thin Ron Jeremy who seemed to work with every porn star of the 1980’s. That Ron Jeremy. the one in my mind is still more familiar to me then the heavy, balding 60something Ron Jeremy we see today at all the events.
    I think the Dolly Sharp piece was the one Rialto hit out of the park! This was a C or D list actress that had a couple of scenes in Deep Throat and Rialto was able to give us her whole background. And what an interesting life she had as a Showgirl and dancer. I hope in 2015 Rialto will do more pieces like this about those beautiful young girls who came on the scene around 1984 to around 1989. I would love to see a piece on Sahara the first black star of the video era and Ali Moore the cute Cheerleader type, and Nikki Randal who made a comeback in 1994 to do a scene with John Wayne Bobbit after his penis was reattached. What about the sexy Latin beauty Kari Foxx? And we know Lisa Melendez passed away in 1990 but what about her sister Melissa Melendez? What about Dick Rambone, what ever happened to him and his 15 inch cock? I know Gina Carrera and Tiffany Clark are still out there and Alicia Monet?
    And of course I want Rialto to bring us the story of Shanna Evans, the adorable black girl who mesmerized us in 1983’s Flashdance. I know Rialto can’t do all these stories but it will be splendid just to see an in depth story on what happened to some of them? I know Kimberly Carson is now living in VA and if you believe IMDB the sexy Gina Valentino now runs a hardware store with her husband in Colorado.
    Well happy Holiday’s everyone and thank you Rialto Report for making 2014 so much fun!

  3. Corey Morgano · December 29, 2014 Reply

    Hi Folks! Thanking all of you for the best website I’ve encountered in a long while. I know you must be besieged with requests but, if I may, I was wondering if you guys could clear up The Great Lisa deLeeuw Mystery. After accepting the story of her death from AIDS, I now have read that she’s used the factoid to maintain her privacy. I do respect that, if it is the case, but I just want to know if she’s still alive. Happiest of New Years to you all.

    • Dee · December 29, 2014 Reply

      Yes, I never believed that mystery, I remember a relative of Alicia Monet tried to say she died but when doing research under Alicia’s real name no death notice or obituary could be found anywhere. Recently in 2011 a pretty young porn star Crissy Moon died, though she passed away almost 4 years ago her fans can still not find the cause of death

      • Jamie Gardner · October 10, 2015 Reply

        After David Duchovny mentioned in a 1998 Playboy interview that Alicia Monet is one of his favorite x-rated actresses, a tabloid tracked down Alicia and interviewed her. I believe the article was probably published in 1999. I believe that I still have the issue somewhere in the house.

  4. Sacha · December 30, 2014 Reply

    Greatest website on the subject, and perhaps the greatest website period. Happy 2015 😉

  5. K. Marshall · January 2, 2015 Reply

    There are many deaths in this world.Those of neglect,
    ignorance,fear,exhaustion,addiction,and just bone
    weariness.Some decide to put paid to lives they
    cannot any longer lead; others walk off into a fog
    often of their own making.In the final analysis, is it
    our decision to throw back that curtain and to rake
    over all that unhappiness? If they’ve chosen the
    enveloping darkness,it’s their decision rather than
    ours.Our time would be much more propitiously
    expended by giving those who choose to stay,a
    measured,extended helping hand like the fund
    that RR has set up. This welcome effort can only be
    applauded. My best hopes to Kay Parker and any
    others who will derive some benefit from it.

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