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             “Mickey Squires, Roadside Diner,’” Palm Drive Video, 1992. Jack Fritscher shot Colt
             model Mickey Squires (Richard Bernstein) in a Palm Drive Video feature, and posed
             him for this American Men photograph at the San Francisco home of Bob Cato who was
             sent to prison for crashing his van into the taxi carrying elderly actresses Mary Martin
             and Janet Gaynor. In the zero degrees of incestuous separation in eyewitness Fritscher’s
             Drummer salon, Squires was also lensed in Super-8 footage by LA photographer and
             bodybuilding champion Jim Enger who in the mid-1970s (before Enger partnered
             with Fritscher) was the partner of the wildly famous Colt model and former LAPD cop
             Clint Lockner who several times co-starred in front of a camera with Squires. Mickey
             Squires was a favorite cover and centerfold in Drummer publications and in magazines
             imitating Drummer. Photograph by Jack Fritscher. ©Jack Fritscher

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