Paul Snider is a narcissistic, small time hustler who fancies himself a ladies man. His life changes when he meets Dorothy Stratten working behind the counter of a Dairy Queen. Dorothy is a pretty but naive high school senior. Paul immediately falls for Dorothy, who sees in Paul a wise, worldly person unlike herself. Paul believes Dorothy is Playboy material, the magazine he sees as only a springboard to bigger and better things. Paul's dream does become a reality: not only does Dorothy eventually marry him, she becomes the August 1979 Playboy Playmate and ultimately Playboy Playmate of 1979, which does indeed lead to the start of an acting career. As Dorothy's star rises, Paul's life is one of a hanger-on as those in Dorothy's new circle, including Playboy publisher Hugh M. Hefner and movie director Aram Nicholas, don't much like Paul. Paul is unable to eke out a life of his own without using Dorothy's name, which she increasingly is reluctant to provide to her husband. Those that ... Written by
Did You Know?
received breast implants shortly before playing the role of Playboy model Dorothy Stratten
, but denies that was the reason she got them. Her silicone breast implants were removed years later after they had ruptured, leaking silicone into her bloodstream. See more
While Paul harangues Dorothy about her upcoming trip to New York while she soaks in the bathtub her face and hair are alternately wet/dry between shots. See more
I do love her.
What did you say?
I said I love her.
Funny - I could've sworn you said 'I love IT.'
Let The Good Times Roll
Written and Performed by Shirley Goodman
(as Shirley) and Leonard Lee
Courtesy of Liberty Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc. See more