We’re Confused: Who Is the Rightful Queen of Clown Porn?

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Let me make this as clear as a bottle of seltzer from the beginning. I have nothing against the late Hollie Stevens. I met her on several occasions and interviewed her. She was a delightful lady. But today I’m reading that Blue Circus Entertainment will pay tribute to Stevens with the January release of “Clown Porn: The Parody.”

As I’m reading the presser, it’s being stated by none other than Dick Chibbles a close friend of Stevens, that Stevens was the queen of clown porn.

Only because I’m working on a book about the history of porn, I need to clear this up. Because when the dust settles I’ll be the one looking like a clown if I write anything to the contrary about clowns and their impact on the porn industry.

“I was heartbroken when I lost one of my best friends, Hollie Stevens, back in July,” Chibbles said.

“I am extremely driven to immortalize her memory as the queen and pioneer of an entire genre of adult comedy. We are interviewing some of her friends, along with outtakes from the original [Clown Porn], to let fans know how incredible of a person she was behind the face paint.”

Chibbles as you may or may not know ran for President against Obama four years ago and lost in a too-close-to-call finish.

Stevens was also the subject of a San Francisco Weekly piece which, I believe, distinguished her as a “Clown porn pioneer.”

For the record, Stevens appeared in a Clown-western called Crackwood which was produced by the Dick Chibbles consortium.

Chibbles, incidentally, was a pro wrestler and former carny. Two qualities you look for in a Chief of State or a producer of clown porn.

Back in 2008 I wrote a piece about clown porn, but at the time, Daisy Lane was being lauded as the Queen of Clown Porn.

Or, to be more accurate, Lane was heralded as The First Lady of Clown Porn which, I believe in the clown hierarchy, is the more deferential term.

While I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not up on my clown gossip, the last time I checked, Lane, a model and performer as well, was married to Chibbles and also appeared in Crackwood. Had Chibbles successfully run, say, for Parliament, we may have been calling Lane, at the very least, Dame Daisy.

A little more about Crackwood which is a western that seems to have slipped through the cracks.

The Chibbles Consortium, as Ramco Productions, produced a movie called Clown Porn in 2005, that we all know, after which they took some time off from that exhaustive project and reformed as Shuttlecock Productions.

Why they took a hiatus might be better explained by the fact that Clown Porn was distributed by Old Pueblo, a company run by Arnold Stein which went out of business for reasons far too numerous to mention.

From there, Shuttlecock had a choice- either market Badminton as the new national past time or come up with another Clown Porn movie, which they did.

Somehow these geniuses were able to talk comedian Gilbert Gottfried and Ted Lang from the old Love Boat TV series into appearances. Then there was the porn cast made up of the ubiquitous Ron Jeremy, Chibbles, Hollie Stevens and Daisy Lane.

Crackwood was billed as the first and only western ever filmed without using a horse. Directed by Chris Spoto [one of the original Ramco guys], the filming took place over a period of two weeks in late November 2008 during the Sylmar fires near Aqua Dolce in northern Los Angeles.

The movie tells the tale of the final 48 hours of a dying town in the old west. What becomes immediately apparent to the viewer is that the story of Crackwood is both bizarre and, in true Spaghetti Western terms, subversive, dark and violent.

A documentary film crew was also on hand to capture the behind the scenes.

Shuttlecock even promoted the movie at ComicCon in San Diego.

Not to let facts get in the way of a good story, the movie was shot after Chibbles’ unsuccessful run for the presidency.

Chibbles was not always known as Dick Chibbles. In another porn life he went under the name Hef Pounder and was in-house talent for a San Diego company called Soft Focus Productions. However destiny and Clown Porn was on a collision course with Chibbles.

“It was pretty much my calling because I’m a comedian at heart anyway. I was always the class clown, so why not?” recalls Chibbles at the time.

Chibbles used to own an interior design consultation firm back in New York where he’s from, then became a professional wrestler for five years with the Long Island Wrestling federation and other organizations.

Chibbles went to the Dog House School of Wrestling in Brooklyn and was the founding member of Critical Mass which was composed of himself, his tag partner Brim Stone; Loocha Libre Maniac Mike Mayhem, Rex Rockwell, the Sex Executioner and their illustrious Jamaican manager Chavez Raoul. Back then his wrestling name was Chris Hostile because Chibbles was also the singer for the band Hostile Intent.

Chibbles remembers the time when his uncle took him to Madison Square Garden to see wrestling.

“I met Andre the Giant,” he recalls. “I shook his hand. This guy was just so monstrous and I said to myself I want to be a wrestler some day. I became a wrestler.

“My first concert I saw was KISS. Once again, in Madison Square Garden, and I said I’m going to be a singer of a band one day. Then when I saw my first magazine- I believe it was Swank- there was a pictorial with a boy-girl scene and I said I want to be that guy some day.”

Chibbles, who should know, describes Clown Porn more as comedy than fetish.

”It’s basically depicting the ridiculousness of what people actually look like when they’re having sex on film- with a little Monty Python and Benny Hill thrown in there.”

Stevens in her interview with www.sfweekly.com said she first started shooting clown porn because “it’s fucking hilarious.”

“I shot a lot of clown porn for amusement.”

All well and good, but there’s a question that needs to be asked and we’re asking it. Because in the history of porn it’s important to know who the real clowns are.

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