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Serena was one of the most popular stars of 1970s adult film. She stood out from many other actresses. She was striking, aloof, distant, and cool and had a genuine star quality.
She was private and enigmatic too, and details of her life seemed to be mysterious and unknowable.
This is set to change however with the publication of her autobiography later this year, entitled ‘Bright Lights, Lonely Nights’ (Bear Manor Media).
On this episode of The Rialto Report, we are joined by one of the first directors Serena ever worked with – the rockabilly Rasputin, Johnny Legend, who remains her friend to this day, and who describes what it was like to make ‘Teenage Cruisers’ – one of the strangest films to come out of the golden age – with Serena.
And we speak to Serena herself, as she prepares to come back into the public spotlight and reveal all for the first time.
Shanna McCullough always seemed to be full of contradictions.
She was a golden age adult film actress, yet she was still in the industry until just a few years ago.
She’s an award-winning veteran of 100s of films, but she came from a Christian family and only had a couple of boyfriends before she found herself making her first film.
She’s a glamorous sex symbol, a successful feature dancer for many years across the country, but she’s also a tomboy who worked as an electrician and is happy hiking and studying.
So what’s the truth – will the real Shanna McCullough stand up?
Today we’re joined by Shanna, who looks back at a 30 year career, working with many of the greats from the industry, including Alex de Renzy, Henri Pachard, Anthony Spinelli, and her pet python, Monty.
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