(Entertainment-NewsWire.com, September 17, 2019 ) Kansas to Can-Can tells the story of Patty Plenty’s long and tumultuous career in show business—in mainstream films, adult films and on the Las Vegas strip. Her biography has been published by Fanfare Publishing and is fully illustrated with 121 images acquired over several decades. Patty Plenty is a busty blonde who has appeared in mainstream films—including John Frankenheimer's The Gypsy Moths, with Burt Lancaster and Gene Hackman in 1969 and Going In Style in 1979—and in adult films since 1984, including Bodacious Tatas and Stiff Competition with Ron Jeremy. She has also enjoyed a long and successful career as a headline singer and dancer on the Las Vegas strip, with many her routines a reenactment of old burlesque. Patty’s success brought financial rewards and plenty of publicity in the society columns, and she had the opportunity to live and work with some of the biggest stars and high rollers in Las Vegas.
“Patty Plenty, aka Patty Wright, is one of those rare women who knows the value of feminine assets and how to cash in on them! In her memoir, Patty gives readers an honest, no-holds-barred look at how she became one of the most successful burlesque and porn performers in the world. She is remarkably funny and self-effacing when she talks about her star billing in Las Vegas: ‘The only thing that got bigger billing than Patty Wright was Free Buffet.’ Patty writes frankly of her porno roles…and several chapters sizzle with graphic descriptions of her sexual exploitations. Patty was able to seduce men with her intelligence, her charms, her talent, her body and sometimes her heart. She married seven times, always to successful men and always for love! In return, the men gladly gave her money, jewelry, cars and property. Enter the steamy, sizzling, sexy world of Kansas to Can-Can at your own risk!” —Dusty Summers, Amazon review
At 218 pages, Kansas to Can-Can is available online through Amazon and Barnes and Noble for a maximum trade discount in quantities of 10 or more and is being aggressively promoted to appropriate markets with a focus on the biography category.
ISBN: 978-0-5782-0362-1 Format: 6 x 9 hardcover Retail: $39.95