Saturday, April 24, 2010

HOLLYWOOD ROYALTY ... AT 7TH AND MONTANA!


It was true Hollywood Royalty at 7th and Montana this morning as "The Countess of 10th Street" -- a mysterious woman with connections to the Golden Age of Hollywood -- made the scene. The story behind the Countess is the stuff of legend: As a young girl, her mother, a member of the Eastern European Aristocracy, traded-in her castle for a movie career and became a celebrity in the early days of Hollywood. Tragically, she died under suspicious circumstances just as her fame was starting to spread. "The Countess" has been trying to sell a screenplay about her mother's tragic life ever since, but -- strangely enough -- the studios seem less than interested. Meanwhile, she's been keeping busy by pushing a baby carriage filled with Bladder Control Pads up and down Montana Avenue ...!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like a match made in something between The Countess & yesterday's bathroom Ragolatte.

Anonymous said...

I smell a "HOOK-UP" .

Paula said...

You're kidding?

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Depends?

Marty said...

Hi Paula: Nope, not kidding. Hi Ken: Not Depends. She seems to favor another brand, Prevail.
Best,
Marty