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Phone Party at Shakey's in Hollywood 1981


Me on the Left, Bryan Feedback (Center) Dan Dual Phase took the picture


Karen Westminster,  Dan Dual Phase,  Mike Gorman,   Sammy The Seal


Karen Westminister & Steve - 24
 


Phone Party at Shakey's in North Hollywood  1980



Dan Dual Phase & Unknown Caller


Dan Dual Phase And Another Unknown Caller


Bruce From "Why Not!", Dan (Again), & Michael Hollywood (Amazing)


Joe Zygot (In The Background), Dan, Kelley Burbank (Half His Face Showing), & Bruce


Dan Dual Phase


Michael Hollywood Greeted by Dan    


Straw Hat Pizza North Hollywood 12/28/1980

Also Michael Hollywood's Birthday, turned 21


Paul Mack & Dan "Dual Phase"

Fishbowl Freeride
Jack "San Fernando"


Bryan W. Feedback & Dan "Dual Phase"


Bruce "Why Not" & Lynn Woodland Hills


Bruce Being Funny


Paul Mack, Bryan W. Feedback, Steve Pasadena (His Back)


Susan Thunder & Dan "Dual Phase"


Theodore Forma (Dory Forma), Paul Mack, & Video Interviewer


Paul Mack Advertising "Hands Of Mr. Ottermole"


Lori "Monebello" (Carrie "Whittier") & Rex "Huntington Beach"


Michael "Hollywood" & Lori "Montebello (Carrie "Whittier")


Michael "Hollywood", Dan "Dual Phase", Richard "Beverly Hills", & Lynn "Woodland Hills"


Paul Mack & Theodore Forma (Dory Forma)

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