[Note: The songs were penned by popular singer Neil Sedaka!] Then during a cross-country tour, she created a sensation at other locales including the singing the national anthem at a major league baseball game (Virginia sported different costumes, one of which was a self-adhesive feathered bikini).But here was a highlight: "Mr Mayfair has an insatiable appetite for grinding away for hours on end," revealed a bored Belle.
No sooner does the lady of the house squeeze into a corset than she attracts the attention of Sebastian, a mixed-race servant played with cocky zest by indie singer Cosmo Jarvis.
And quicker than you can say Lady Chatterley, Madame Bovary or Anna Karenina, the plot is steaming over with dangerous intrigue and a feminist subtext.
Jo (comedian Rip Taylor), Penny expressed her concerns to co-worker Linda Ann (Cynthia Hoppenfeld).
Then, sex-obsessed Virginia caused Penny more grief with a lesbian dominatrix client named Mrs. Penny's chatterbox proposed: "Come down and meet me for lunch at the Y, chickadee," and they had a short but interrupted encounter. Pearl (Larry Gelman), "I have a vagina that can talk," and called it "a foul-mouthed little beast." She revealed herself to the doctor, as Virginia quipped: "What's up, Doc?
" The reassuring doctor, who realized that Virginia had a talented voice and was a ticked to fame/fortune, first demonstrated the "Miracle of Anatomy" on-stage to a gathering of the A. A., tauting her as "the 8th wonder of the world." Virginia was shown and began to sing Swanee River to the stunned but appreciative audience, leaving Penny totally embarrassed. Pearl became her agent, and she took to Hollywood to perform with her miraculous "down there" voice - the two appeared on Professor Irwin Corey's show titled Hollywood Open House.
Virginia (covered over with a triangular-shaped patch emblazoned with the letter V) performed her hit record - the disco song Wang Dang Doodle.
'' It's a sexy series but it's not all bonking," said the producer.
"It's a great narrative, a classic novel, it has a lot of dimensions apart from the notoriety.'' We are treating this with the integrity it deserves.
DH Lawrence's novel Lady Chatterley's Lover was famously the subject of an obscenity trial.