The Boston Phoenix posted an unbelievable find from its archives: a 1974 feature by Bill O'Reilly on a screening of "The Devil in Miss Jones," the new "porno-flic" (his words) from "Deep Throat" director Gerald Damiano on the campus of Boston University. The bulk of the piece is a boilerplate Q-and-A with Damiano (it seems the director is not eager to work with Linda Lovelace again), but O'Reilly's voice is clearly on display in the story's first paragraph.

The predominately student crowd which packed every square foot of a Boston University auditorium was growing restless. A grumous haze, caused by the blending of cigarettes and marijuana smoke, hung over the room which was becoming increasingly more claustrophobic with every passing second. Gerard Damiano and the second of his porno-flic films, The Devil In Miss Jones, were already twenty minutes late when a roar went up from the throng. The Samuel Goldwyn of hard-core pornography had arrived. Dressed in a fire-engine red sports coat, checked slacks and platform shoes, Damiano is exactly what you would expect a pornographer to look like. His hair is a neatly coiffed graying pompadour and his lecherous smile seems to be saying: "Candy, little girl?" Accompanying him was his wife, a platinum blond in sunglasses. The image was perfect.