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“From the accounts we got from various people, we heard he ruled with an iron fist.

She wasn’t thrilled that I captured that, and she defended him.”It was nothing Chambers hadn’t heard before.

Forty years later, Lovelace, who died in a car accident in 2002, is still a household name, an icon of the sexual revolution. Toxicology results found small traces of the painkiller hydrocodone and the antidepressant Citalopram in her system, but not enough to have played a role in her death. “The neighbors would say, ‘What a beautiful garden,’ and the next day their garden was planted.

Yet Marilyn Chambers—who came to fame in the same year, who struggled with the same goal of finding mainstream success, who even married the same man—died in relative anonymity in a trailer park, surviving on porn residuals, Comic-Con appearances, and a job at a car dealership. ***“I think Marilyn would be pissed that the movie wasn’t about her,” says Steve Miner, a childhood friend of Chambers’s and a movie director with credits including Friday the 13th Part 2 and its 3-D sequel, Friday the 13th Part III. At the time, Chambers was working at a BMW dealership in Los Angeles and living in a mobile home near Santa Clarita, some 40 miles northeast.“A lot of people didn’t know who she was,” says Peggy Mc Ginn, another close friend. And those who knew didn’t care because of the way she carried herself. That was her therapy.”Still, Chambers had not lost her appetite for the spotlight, and especially hungered for mainstream success.

Chambers, who had divorced Traynor back in 1985, was uncomfortable with the storyline.

“She felt I judged Chuck harshly,” Bertolino recalls.

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“From the accounts we got from various people, we heard he ruled with an iron fist.She wasn’t thrilled that I captured that, and she defended him.”It was nothing Chambers hadn’t heard before.Forty years later, Lovelace, who died in a car accident in 2002, is still a household name, an icon of the sexual revolution. Toxicology results found small traces of the painkiller hydrocodone and the antidepressant Citalopram in her system, but not enough to have played a role in her death. “The neighbors would say, ‘What a beautiful garden,’ and the next day their garden was planted.Yet Marilyn Chambers—who came to fame in the same year, who struggled with the same goal of finding mainstream success, who even married the same man—died in relative anonymity in a trailer park, surviving on porn residuals, Comic-Con appearances, and a job at a car dealership. ***“I think Marilyn would be pissed that the movie wasn’t about her,” says Steve Miner, a childhood friend of Chambers’s and a movie director with credits including Friday the 13th Part 2 and its 3-D sequel, Friday the 13th Part III. At the time, Chambers was working at a BMW dealership in Los Angeles and living in a mobile home near Santa Clarita, some 40 miles northeast.“A lot of people didn’t know who she was,” says Peggy Mc Ginn, another close friend. And those who knew didn’t care because of the way she carried herself. That was her therapy.”Still, Chambers had not lost her appetite for the spotlight, and especially hungered for mainstream success.Chambers, who had divorced Traynor back in 1985, was uncomfortable with the storyline.

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“From the accounts we got from various people, we heard he ruled with an iron fist.

She wasn’t thrilled that I captured that, and she defended him.”It was nothing Chambers hadn’t heard before.

Forty years later, Lovelace, who died in a car accident in 2002, is still a household name, an icon of the sexual revolution. Toxicology results found small traces of the painkiller hydrocodone and the antidepressant Citalopram in her system, but not enough to have played a role in her death. “The neighbors would say, ‘What a beautiful garden,’ and the next day their garden was planted.

Yet Marilyn Chambers—who came to fame in the same year, who struggled with the same goal of finding mainstream success, who even married the same man—died in relative anonymity in a trailer park, surviving on porn residuals, Comic-Con appearances, and a job at a car dealership. ***“I think Marilyn would be pissed that the movie wasn’t about her,” says Steve Miner, a childhood friend of Chambers’s and a movie director with credits including Friday the 13th Part 2 and its 3-D sequel, Friday the 13th Part III. At the time, Chambers was working at a BMW dealership in Los Angeles and living in a mobile home near Santa Clarita, some 40 miles northeast.“A lot of people didn’t know who she was,” says Peggy Mc Ginn, another close friend. And those who knew didn’t care because of the way she carried herself. That was her therapy.”Still, Chambers had not lost her appetite for the spotlight, and especially hungered for mainstream success.

Chambers, who had divorced Traynor back in 1985, was uncomfortable with the storyline.

“She felt I judged Chuck harshly,” Bertolino recalls.

She was a classy lady.”Chambers made about $1,000 to $1,200 a week from the dealership, Mc Ginn estimates, “not after taxes.” She also brought in about $12,000 in residuals and about $15,000 making guest appearances at Comic-Con. After all, she had won her Screen Actors Guild card through a small role in 1970’s The Owl and the Pussycat (starring Barbra Streisand) and had always dreamed of being a real actress—not the kind of acting she did in Green Door and more than a dozen porn films after it, like the 1980 bestseller Insatiable.

Shortly before her death, Chambers flew to New York City to audition for a play about the making of Deep Throat and the obscenity trial that followed.

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“From the accounts we got from various people, we heard he ruled with an iron fist.She wasn’t thrilled that I captured that, and she defended him.”It was nothing Chambers hadn’t heard before.Forty years later, Lovelace, who died in a car accident in 2002, is still a household name, an icon of the sexual revolution. Toxicology results found small traces of the painkiller hydrocodone and the antidepressant Citalopram in her system, but not enough to have played a role in her death. “The neighbors would say, ‘What a beautiful garden,’ and the next day their garden was planted.Yet Marilyn Chambers—who came to fame in the same year, who struggled with the same goal of finding mainstream success, who even married the same man—died in relative anonymity in a trailer park, surviving on porn residuals, Comic-Con appearances, and a job at a car dealership. ***“I think Marilyn would be pissed that the movie wasn’t about her,” says Steve Miner, a childhood friend of Chambers’s and a movie director with credits including Friday the 13th Part 2 and its 3-D sequel, Friday the 13th Part III. At the time, Chambers was working at a BMW dealership in Los Angeles and living in a mobile home near Santa Clarita, some 40 miles northeast.“A lot of people didn’t know who she was,” says Peggy Mc Ginn, another close friend. And those who knew didn’t care because of the way she carried herself. That was her therapy.”Still, Chambers had not lost her appetite for the spotlight, and especially hungered for mainstream success.Chambers, who had divorced Traynor back in 1985, was uncomfortable with the storyline.

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“From the accounts we got from various people, we heard he ruled with an iron fist.

She wasn’t thrilled that I captured that, and she defended him.”It was nothing Chambers hadn’t heard before.

Forty years later, Lovelace, who died in a car accident in 2002, is still a household name, an icon of the sexual revolution. Toxicology results found small traces of the painkiller hydrocodone and the antidepressant Citalopram in her system, but not enough to have played a role in her death. “The neighbors would say, ‘What a beautiful garden,’ and the next day their garden was planted.

Yet Marilyn Chambers—who came to fame in the same year, who struggled with the same goal of finding mainstream success, who even married the same man—died in relative anonymity in a trailer park, surviving on porn residuals, Comic-Con appearances, and a job at a car dealership. ***“I think Marilyn would be pissed that the movie wasn’t about her,” says Steve Miner, a childhood friend of Chambers’s and a movie director with credits including Friday the 13th Part 2 and its 3-D sequel, Friday the 13th Part III. At the time, Chambers was working at a BMW dealership in Los Angeles and living in a mobile home near Santa Clarita, some 40 miles northeast.“A lot of people didn’t know who she was,” says Peggy Mc Ginn, another close friend. And those who knew didn’t care because of the way she carried herself. That was her therapy.”Still, Chambers had not lost her appetite for the spotlight, and especially hungered for mainstream success.

Chambers, who had divorced Traynor back in 1985, was uncomfortable with the storyline.

“She felt I judged Chuck harshly,” Bertolino recalls.

She was a classy lady.”Chambers made about $1,000 to $1,200 a week from the dealership, Mc Ginn estimates, “not after taxes.” She also brought in about $12,000 in residuals and about $15,000 making guest appearances at Comic-Con. After all, she had won her Screen Actors Guild card through a small role in 1970’s The Owl and the Pussycat (starring Barbra Streisand) and had always dreamed of being a real actress—not the kind of acting she did in Green Door and more than a dozen porn films after it, like the 1980 bestseller Insatiable.

Shortly before her death, Chambers flew to New York City to audition for a play about the making of Deep Throat and the obscenity trial that followed.

,200 a week from the dealership, Mc Ginn estimates, “not after taxes.” She also brought in about ,000 in residuals and about ,000 making guest appearances at Comic-Con. After all, she had won her Screen Actors Guild card through a small role in 1970’s The Owl and the Pussycat (starring Barbra Streisand) and had always dreamed of being a real actress—not the kind of acting she did in Green Door and more than a dozen porn films after it, like the 1980 bestseller Insatiable.

Shortly before her death, Chambers flew to New York City to audition for a play about the making of Deep Throat and the obscenity trial that followed.

“She told me some girl who was watching her one-woman show put a note in her hand and said, ‘I have friends who are law enforcement. She didn’t know what hit her.”Mc Ginn says she discovered a tattered copy of Chambers’s 1975 autobiography My Story near her pillow.“She wanted to know if I was interested in getting involved in a movie about her life.I didn’t really see it as a movie but I didn’t want it to be discouraging for her.”In 2007, she landed a small part in the low-budget film called Solitaire, in which she played a Rhode Island cop in hot pursuit of a group of teenage thieves, but she died before she got to see the movie.“When Marilyn came back she specifically asked if Chuck could be on the set,” says Mark Kernes, senior editor of the trade magazine Adult Video News, who saw them on the set of 1999’s Still Insatiable. She also approached Miner with an idea to make a movie about her life.“She called me a couple of years before she died,” Miner said.

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“The studios wouldn’t accept her.”***Now, more than four years after Chambers’s death—and perhaps spurred by the prominence of Lovelace—Marilyn Chambers is beginning to get a second look.