CATHERINE BACH: HOT STUFF! (PART TWO)

Posted: Aug 27, 2010
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[PLEASE READ] The situation is corny, but Catherine is delectable. A video of humor, goodwill, and appreciation showcasing a lighter moment in Miss Bach's (professional) life. Clips from CB's appearance in an office-workplace skit on the George Burns TV Special "How to Live to be 100" (1984). Catherine was George's first credited guest star on the show. That same year, Miss Bach had made a key appearance in the movie CANNONBALL RUN II. as "Marcie, Lamborghini babe." In the finest tradition of Al Capp's Dogpatch "Daisy Mae Yokum" in her medium (comic strips), Catherine's Hazzard County "Daisy Duke" lent her sexy looks and friendly ways to nearly every television episode of the action-comedy series THE DUKES OF HAZZARD (1979-1985) as well as two made-for-TV reunion movies in 1997 and 2000, respectively. Typically clad in her "Daisy Dukes"—the most satisfyingly short shorts (denim)—she helped her cousins "Bo" (John Schneider) and "Luke" (Tom Wopat) foil corrupt "Boss Hogg" time and time again. A sensational beauty and unforgettable screen presence, CB indelibly defined her "Daisy" role and then broke the mold. (In other words: WHO is Jessica Simpson?) Miss Bach's appeal is unsurprisingly "all-country;" but, as this footage proves, she could light up the screen in any context calling for "electricity." This video upload is an expression of sincere personal enthusiasm as well a vehicle to acquaint a worldwide Internet audience with some of her work outside of DUKES. This video is the necessary sequel to my CATHERINE BACH: HOT STUFF! video on channel "northbreed1." Two essential websites: Catherine Bach: www.catherinebach.com Dukes of Hazzard Fansite: www.hazzardnet.com Like what you see in this video? Consider purchasing GEORGE BURNS: THE TV SPECIALS COLLECTION on DVD. The link: IMPORTANT: Questions or comments are sincerely welcome—but only if they are nice, clean, and comprehendible. If you are a professional and prefer that I delete this video, please contact me and it will promptly be done. REMEMBER THE LAUGHTER, CATHERINE...

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