In the topsy-turvy, uptight and free-wheeling late Sixties and early Seventies, America was agog over Joe Dallesandro, the openly bi, frequently nude superstar of Paul Morrissey's Andy Warhol films. The most famous of these are Lonesome Cowboys, Flesh with Candy Darling, Heat with Sylvia Miles, and Trash with Holly Woodlawn (whom George Cukor tried to get nominated for an Oscar via a write-in campaign, unsuccessfully). But Little Joe has worked widely beyond those movies, making over forty films, including eighteen in Europe, as well as Francis Ford Coppola's The Cotton Club, John Waters' Cry-baby, and Steven Soderbergh's The Limey. He is also the cover model for the Rolling Stones' notorious Sticky Fingers and for The Smiths' The Smiths. Thrice married, he turns fifty-nine today and lives with his cat, still in Hollywood, where he manages a motel. His official website has bits of news for his admirers, one of whom has compiled these clips in tribute.