COYOTE, Hookers Convention, Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
15 Jun 1975
Geraldo reports on the 2d annual hookers convention in San Francisco and
speaks about some of the issues with women who attended. Marg ot St.
James, ex-hooker and founder of COYOTE, a hooker's lobby is in the
studio to talk about decriminalization of prostitution. Jane Fonda, an
honored guest at the convention is also interviewed. Ellen Burstyn,
winner of this years Tony and Oscar awards for best actress is in the
studio to talk about her rise to stardom. A clip from her Oscar winning
film Alice doesn't Live Here Anymore is shown. Henry Gibson and Ronee
Blakely will be in the studio for the last segment to discuss Robert
Altman's film, Nashville, in which they both have feature roles.
Geraldo is opening his vast library of tapes for your entertainment and edification. He reserves all legal rights to this material, and it is not for rebroadcast without his prior written approval but enjoy the ride.