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Oh, and OD - Mr. Tracy: Oh yes. Kevin Williamson. Anyway, I ran the room by myself for a bit with other managers coming to help as they could get it to me, I finally talked Gene Cook to come work with me. Playboy archive photo jill was a different era, a time gone by. Ken Grantham sold the dealership to Rick Middlekauf who changed the system and commission structure. But then I became pregnant so they released me from the contract, I think that was late 78 or early My first night there I met Joe, the Maitre'D. I remember Ppayboy McCullough said, 'We're gonna make hpoto a bet.

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Thread starter nimsu Start date Jun 21, The guys have referenced over the past 2 days or so that they are going to be taking screen caps of Jill and post them on their website, but I can;'t find them.

Is it just the mess of Foundry or have they decided against it? Uhh, click photos and she's right there. Warren Fucking Fan Jun 21, DjcmSS said:.

Niceperson said:. I have been waiting for them also. UFDfireman Howard hoo? Jun 21, Here are the full size nudes if interested. Hydrosludge We can do it comrade Jun 21, I tried to find them but they are on foundry. LordJezo Registered User Jun 22, Quality isn't high enough to see them there but its still attractive. If you click on the posters name and the related videos you'll see lots of others he's put there.

WowMe What the fuck is your problem man? Jun 22, USCowboy69 Excuse me Sir could you please pick up my piggies? Just Google images of Jill for her old Playboy shoot I think one of the college girl issues BusyChild04 I gotta return some video tapes.

A girl that spreads her ass is a good girl. BusyChild04 said:. Hoffman Guess who's back? Hoffman's back Jun 22, Homan13PSU said:. SwimConnerSwim said:. USCowboy69 said:. UFDfireman said:. Homan- you're a dick!!! Ya got me. ChewDown Registered User Jun 22, Hog's Big Ben said:. I just got chills.

Before it let me download, that site told me to enter WBL in the box. Flowizm something, something, something Jun 23, I know not of this girl but the screen shot of her with the leopard print shirt doesn't impress me much, her face ain't looking that hot in that shot. Also, her ass is a little too small. But I'm just a hater.

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A c3. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness And did that ever apply to Dallas nightlife scene. And Playboy of Dallas was at the forefront. Bunnies, Bunnies, Bunnies! It was a different era, a time gone by. Cigarette smoke filled the rooms.

The beautiful people came out in droves, dressed to the 9s. Seems like every penny of the paycheck went to wardrobe, hair styling, cool shoes, accessories, cologne or perfume. Dallas had recently changed the liquor laws and the club scene was going crazy. The Playboy club itself was was in a building officially known as Expressway Tower, locally as Cowboy Towers as they were headquartered there, or as the folks that worked there, simply The 15 story building had been built in for the purpose of housing several of the Murchison's businesses, specifically the Dallas Cowboys.

However that particular property was not the one first intended to house the Playboy club. In its heyday, Playboy of Dallas had a reported 50, keyholders. Lenny Licht.

Paul: Lenny, thanks so much for giving us this interview. Can you tell me about how Playboy of Dallas came to be? Lenny: The Playboy deal was always interesting to me because it really started out as a bet. We were officing at Bryan Tower in the mid s.

There were about eight or nine of us who would meet up at the top at the Club. I remember Mike McCullough said, 'We're gonna make you a bet. Lenny Licht and wife Gina. So what happened was I was accepted to Harvard Law School, but I had to take some undergrad courses first. During that time I spent a lot of time in Boston and that's where I met Christie Hefner and other people from Playboy.

After this challenge from Mike, I decided to talk to the Christie and told her 'you haven't opened a new Playboy Club in years, right? How would you like to open one in Texas? She replied that they always wanted to open one in Texas but they did FBI investigations and the people that tried to open them didn't passed the FBI tests.

I told her I would pass that test of the FBI so she said to come on up to Chicago and meet everybody. After meeting all of them, they said 'We would like you to have that franchise if you pass all the other requirements We met up in Boston and then we all flew to NY and toured some clubs up there. The original building intended for Playboy at Commerce. Across from the Cabell Building. Its kind of a funny deal. Do you know where the downtown McDonald's is on Commerce Street?

That was where the Playboy club was supposed to be. It was a 6 story building that everyone tried to buy but nobody could get the deal done. I was friendly with them. The reason I wanted to buy it, is it is an entire city block. You could make an entire circle around the location which was highly unusual in downtown Dallas. So anyway, I knew the guys that owned it and went ahead and bought it with the idea we were going to put the Playboy Club there.

They also owned Expressway Towers. There was a 25, sq ft restaurant that had opened a few months earlier that had gone bust, Chateau Madrid. I met with Gene and the guys from Murchison and they said we'll cut you a deal on this restaurant space.

Paul: Now this was your baby from the start, and you invited Joel and Mark in, correct? Lenny: Yes, that is correct. It was my deal and I needed about a million and a half dollars and I didn't want to put in all the money so I got Mark Robertson involved. Mark was close friends with Joel McQuade. He introduced me to Joel, Joel was in the computer leasing business.

We turned out to be great friends. What were some of the other costs? Lenny: It cost about about a million and half dollars to build the club out. If I was gonna do it, I was gonna do it right.

I felt like my only competition was the Venetian Room down at the Fairmont Hotel back then for the big name show acts. That was the only place that had the big names like the Platters, the Supremes and so forth.

If I was going to have club that drew the big names, it was going to have to be first class from the furniture to the showroom. I had a half a million dollar a year entertainment budget. Paul: The question everyone wants to know, tell me about Hugh Hefner. Hugh Hefner at the Dallas club. Lenny: I only met him a couple of times. I met him once in Chicago before we opened up the club, then again when he was in the middle of moving from Chicago out to Los Angeles.

The thing that really sticks out in my memory of Hef is that he drank up to twenty-six Diet Pepsi's a day! He had a Diet Pepsi thing, you rarely saw him with one not in his hand. He was really an interesting character. I really liked him. And he really, really wanted to build a club in Dallas. Dallas had been his next choice of clubs if he had been able to take on another one. Lenny: That was down at the Fairmont Hotel. We had 2, applicants and we hired people. That was pretty crazy.

Ron Chapman was one of the judges and kept things lively. Paul: Lenny, skipping forward a year, why did you sell your part of the club?

He bought me out and I was pretty happy. I came from the oil and gas business and as it turned out the club business just wasn't for me. I wasn't really a club person, I didn't drink. So going to the shows and having dinner was about it for me.

Lenny: Yes, I think so. I wasn't really involved but I think the Boston crew pretty much left and Joel brought in some other folk. Expressway Towers N Central.

Jill Bogan Day-Schuler. Jill: I was one of the original Bunnies. It was crazy. Even though they hired over a hundred of us, we had to weed out the ones that found out it was hard work. Paul: So that tells me that you were probably a waitress before.

Jill: Yes, waitress and room service for a hotel, the Flagship Inn in Arlington. I grew up in Hurst when it was a much smaller place, so coming to Dallas was cool. And I also worked at The Old Church. Next was the catwalk. I remember going home to bed sick as there were just so many beautiful women there, I was thinking 'oh my god, there is no chance at all'. Just absolutely gorgeous women.

Anyway I think I got a call telling me that I had been hired. I went crazy. Jill: Well I was one of the last Bunnies on the floor. They had me float the first night. Of course I was petrified, it was kinda intimidating the first time you walked out there. I was nervous to go out in the costume, then I saw the other girls in them and realized it wasn't that big a deal for us. Nobody stared at you like you were all by yourself. You blended in with a bunch of other Bunnies.

I'm sure my experience came in handy working at the Old Church. I already knew how to work hard.

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