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Poorman's Bikini Beach. In 1999, Trenton again returned to the television landscape, producing a program called Poorman's Bikini Beach. Like The Love Channel, Poorman owned and controlled the show, renting airtime from various television stations. It ran subsequent years, on various television stations including the Los Angeles station KJLA.
With James 'Poorman' Trenton, Diana Kauffman, Vicki Vogue, Alex Milano. The Poorman first heads to Torrance, California and the Palos Verdes Bowl to watch 40 of the top female porn stars in the business compete in a special charity event called "The 1st annual Naked Bowling Tournament".
Bechwarmer is a company that sells trading cards... of up and coming actresses and models. So naturally, The Poorman goes to Hollywood to check out the bikini fashion show at the 3rd annual "Benchwarmer's Summer Party", held at "The Avalon" right across from Capital Records.
Essentially the "Ebert and Roeper" of 'beautiful girl' events, "Poorman's Bikini Beach" focuses not only on the hot babes, but also the surrounding hoopla that is part of every one of these events. The show spotlights the event itself, the party, celebrity attendees, the freaks, the groupies, and any shenanigans that may occur.
Bikini Beach is a 1964 American teen film directed by William Asher and starring Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello. The film belongs to the beach party genre of movies, popular in the 1960s. This is the third in the series of seven films produced by American International Pictures (AIP).