This one's a TRUE holy grail. The clip is from; Laugh-In the Nixon episode, no less , and how it got past the censors, is beyond me. First, Judy Carne 's dress is ripped off, then, quite unexpectedly, her slip blows up, exposing the crotch of her pantyhose.
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Joyce Audrey Botterill 27 April — 3 September , known professionally as Judy Carne , was an English actress best remembered for the phrase "Sock it to me! Carne was born in Northampton , England. Her parents, Harold and Kathy, were greengrocers in Kingsthorpe. An instructor at the school began calling her "Judy", telling her that Joyce was not a good professional name. The second part of Judy's stage name was taken from a character named Sarat Carn in the play Bonaventure by English playwright Charlotte Hastings. She moved to the US not long afterward. Her first regular role was in the sitcom Fair Exchange as an English teenager who goes to the US to live with an American family, whose daughter played by Lynn Loring has gone to live in England. That was followed by The Baileys of Balboa She later co-starred with Pete Duel in Love on a Rooftop She made several appearances on the adventure series The Man from U.
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry has written — well, dictated — a memoir called Rocks, which will be out on October 7. The rock-and-roll stuff will be mostly of interest to Aerosmith superfans. The drugs stuff ends about halfway through, when he gets to the part about kicking his various habits. But the sex? The sex is pretty memorable. His recollections of copulation and the flirting that precedes it run the gamut from the lurid to the vaguely illegal. The best of which is his dalliance with former Laugh-In girl Judy Carne, excerpted here. The months before the fall of , when we actually started recording our first album, were wild. I had my first and only affair with an older woman who, in many ways, turned me out. It began in the improbable town of Framingham, a big suburb twenty miles outside Boston, where our manager Frank Connelly had a friend who owned an upstairs restaurant that was temporarily closed.
By Jack Crone for MailOnline. According to a spokesman for Northampton General Hospital, she died of pneumonia on September 3. Carne shot to fame with the rise of Martin's Laugh-In, a smash hit on NBC that often featured her doused in water, taking pratfalls or suffering other humiliations after uttering her signature phrase. The show represented a major network's take on 'flower power', and Carne's persona emphasized her wacky humor and pixie looks. She was frequently costumed in the bright colors and miniskirts fashionable at the time. Carne left the show in its third season and her acting career faltered afterward as she became heavily involved with drugs. Carne was born Joyce Botterill in Northampton and started performing on TV shows in the late s, building a reputation in England before moving to the United States.