Paul Chaplin opened the doors of his Bluebird Mansion to celebrate wrapping one of the biggest films of the year. And the A-list of adult industry talent came to party through the night.
The theme was 1930's costume, but this certainly wasn't the Depression. Gangsters and molls filled the halls, as a jazz band played from the gallery. The 1930s was a no-frills era, which many of the starlets proved by skinny dipping in the pool to the big disco sounds spinning on the patio.
Paul Chaplin and Nick Steele—dressed in Bluebird pink pinstripe suits—welcomed the star lineup, including Bluebird contract star Madelyn Marie, Dylan Ryder, Dani Jensen, Krissy Lynn, Sunny Lane, Kayden Kross Dyanna Lauren, Dana DeArmond, Nick Manning, Will Ryder and Tom Byron.
Between the ice statues, gourmet food and Havana cigar maker was the centerpiece: the first screening of the Bonny & Clide trailer, which played all night. Evan Stone, currently shooting Baberunner for Bluebird, said, "You look at this, and it's mainstream. The cinematography, the acting, the costumes, the styling. It's taking adult movies to the next level."
The most missed guest was Miss Bonny Parker herself, the screen siren Natasha Marley. She had to miss the party due to family commitments back in her native U.K., but sent her best Bonny wishes.
Bringing together Paul Chaplin, Tommy Gunn, Evan Stone and Dale Dabone in one room is a sure-fire recipe for something to happen. The inevitable debauchery (yes, we mean you, Mr. Chaplin) did ultimately follow. But only after the A-list of male talent looked at each other, shook hands and picked up instruments—drums (Dale), bass (Tommy), guitar (Paul) and keyboard (Evan)—to loud the Mansion out with some impromptu Stud Rock. These boys showed their talent isn't just in their trousers.
As the notes of their rendition of “Stairway to Heaven” died away, a low ripple spread among the guests. Two burly and heavily armed officers were heading straight in Chaplin's direction—with an arrest warrant. As Chaplin answered to his name, the cuffs came out and he was hustled away. But only as far as poolside, where Nick Steele revealed that these were professional bounty hunters, coming to audition for a Bluebird TV show.
A very relieved PC decided to celebrate his escape from the long arm of the law by a skinny dip with Madelyn Marie, followed by a mermaid diving competition off the waterfall. Interviewed by TV, PC answered as to the most important quality of a Bluebird girl: "Endurance!”
Veteran Ron Jeremy summed up the shock and awe of the occasion: "Man, this party musta cost what must people would make five whole movies for."
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