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Mary-Louise Weller poolside pushes-up Q

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Mary-Louise Weller doing pushups in Q: THE WINGED SERPENT

Actress: MARY-LOUISE WELLER Known For: NATIONAL LAMPOON’S HOUSE Project: Q: THE WINGED SERPENT Year: 1982 Genre: Creature Feature Character: Mrs. Pauley Traits: Mary-Louise’s cameo, Mrs. Pauley, does a number of pushups on the roof of a building in Larry Cohen’s cult classic, goaded by an annoying “lucky” guy (and a few other girls), who winds up eaten by the title creature, a giant flying lizard descending upon various human prey. Nag Rating: 0… She’s a great sport, literally, and keeps exercising despite distractions. You Missed: The fact Mary-Louise Weller, one of our all-time favorite Cinema Starlets, is named Mrs. Pauley, is kinda misleading, and makes it difficult to spot her without really searching since her character should have been named “Lady Doing Pushups” so fans could keep their eye out as opposed to waiting for her name to be mentioned. Perhaps there was a bigger part intended… And we tried finding out. PERSONAL QUOTE FROM MARY-LOUISE: “Zero memory of that scene!!!! Sorry.” OUR REPLY: “Was just glad to find you!”

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Mary-Louise Weller in Q: THE WINGED SERPENT

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Mary-Louise Weller in Q: THE WINGED SERPENT

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Mary-Louise Weller in Q: THE WINGED SERPENT

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Mary-Louise Weller in Q: THE WINGED SERPENT

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