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Saucy Cinema TV Pilot Now Available For Syndication

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    SAUCY CINEMA HOSTED BY SCARLETT MASCARA WRAPS POST-PRODUCTION OF PILOT EPISODE For Immediate Release New York: Homefront Entertainment in association with Paul
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      SAUCY CINEMA HOSTED BY SCARLETT MASCARA WRAPS POST-PRODUCTION OF PILOT
      EPISODE

      For Immediate Release

      New York:
      Homefront Entertainment in association with Paul Goldberg's Hollywood New York
      International recently completed post-production on the television pilot SAUCY CINEMA.
      Designed to utilize the extensive film library from the long running website
      CINEMASIRENS.COM, the series will feature movies starring international sex symbols of
      the 50s, 60s, and 70s.

      A throwback to vintage wraparound TV shows starring personalities such as VAMPIRA,
      ZACHERLY, CHUCK McCANN and ELVIRA, the show also pays homage to media pioneers
      ERNIE KOVAKS, STEVE ALLEN and SOUPY SALES. The bodacious hostess of the program is
      SCARLETT MASCARA, socialite daughter of notorious Hollywood mogul Max Mascara, who
      willed his only child his film collection on the provision that she shared it with the world.

      In actuality the library belongs to longtime film historian Stuart Young and the fictitious
      SCARLETT is played by twenty-three year old HOLLY HOLCOMB, a graduate of the
      University of Hartford's renown Hartt School. She has toured nationally as a featured
      performer in GREASE with Frankie Avalon, JECKYLL & HYDE, and sang backup behind THE
      RAT PACK revue at New York's Supper Club before being discovered to play SCARLETT.

      During the course of the program she repeatedly changes costumes, banters with her
      silent, largely off-screen butler, and provides informative tidbits about the movie being
      shown. The initial offering is TOO HOT TO HANDLE, a UK produced 1963 musical drama
      starring blonde bombshell JAYNE MANSFIELD. The action takes place in a Piccadilly Square
      strip club and was directed by Terence Young prior to helming the first James Bond film
      DR. NO.

      For further information contact Stuart Young at (212) 265-6580
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