C.J. was a decent actress as well as an energetic performer, and she turned in some fine performances in an era in which storytelling often rated of equal importance as lust.
Some of her best work can be found in 1975's 'Anyone But My Husband,' where she starred as a perpetually neglected wife who has a string of affairs with local artists.
C.J. also shimmered with erotic intensity in 1975's 'Too Hot To Handle' as a swinging wife who picks up men on the streets of Times Square. One of her wildest features is 1977's 'Teenage Pajama Party,' where she takes part in a heated interracial threeway before taking on another huge black stud in a backdoor scorcher. She also appeared in one of the most famous films of all time in the 1977 film, Barbara Broadcast.
Ahead of her time, one of the wildest scenes we have ever seen came in the film The New York City Woman. John Holmes and Tony 'The Hook' Perez made a sandwich out of C.J. She took both men balls deep both orally and in her ass. Any woman that can take about 28" of cock at the same time is aces in our book.
C.J. left the business in 1979 after appearing in about 50 films, but she continues to pop up on compilations of 70's starlets. Regardless of rumors of her death, C.J. is alive and well living in the San Francisco area.
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