A boxer's manager pays a prostitute to make his boxer's nights hot, and endless. Not so strange, considering all the dirty deals the manager has with the local mafia. The strong champion ... See full summary »
George 'Buck' Flower,
A group of cheerleaders from the local high school decide to show their school spirit for their football team by sleeping with the opponents the night before the game so that they can be so worn out the opposition won't be able to play.
The Peabodys are about to assemble every one from the clan, including that snobby, well-off urbanite, cousin Prudence. The true fun really begins when the merry family from the mountains will actually pay Pru a visit.
The Phantom Gunslinger is set in the town of "Tucca Flats." The peaceful life of the town is disrupted by the arrival of a gang of bandits, including Algernon, Big Sam, Cookie, and some ... See full summary »
A classic, wild 70's R-rated sex comedy. Movie-nut hamburger waitress Alice Goodbody (Sharon Kelly - star of Supervixens) sleeps her way to Stardom via encounters with crew and cast of a ... See full summary »
From the back of her inconspicuous light-blue van, a voluptuous and sultry foxy DJ, "Dirty" Sally McGuire, and her trustworthy engineer Toby, preach love three times a day with sexy music from KLUV, her private pirate radio station. With the intention to raise enough money for her sister's kidney operation, Sally broadcasts her erotic escapades from Monday to Friday, however, with the Police awfully close and always trying to put her out of business, it is a constant struggle staying on air. Up to now, Sally's hot show-on-wheels has managed to stay always one step ahead, but Sgt. Dimwittle is determined to shut KLUV down for good. Will he succeed? Written by
Film debut of Colleen Brennan (billed as "Sharon Kelly"). She was discovered dancing at the Classic Cat topless club on the Sunset Strip and had no formal training as an actress prior to starring in this movie. See more »
You okay, Miss Sally?
'Cept for a sore ass. Give me a light will ya, Toby?
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One of a kind, irresistible soft core (not that soft either) staring Sharon Kelly, from time when young girls had naturally large firm breasts. Sharon is a travelling radio artiste who, despite being chased all over by the cops, manages to broadcast three shows a day. These consist of her talking dirty whilst playing with herself, or her engineer, or even a competition winner. Young teens then gather around to listen in and perform along with her, on the beach, at their club or in the back of their car. Essentially therefore the 'plot' allows for multiple activity and minimal dialogue. Just as well because although Sharon is excellent, those around her range from average to unbelievably poor. It matters not, however, because it's her , her activities and those she inspires that's the thing. The individual acts are all slightly overlong but they are so well done that it's a little churlish to complain. Everybody seems to be enjoying themselves, everything looks good, the music is bearable and that evocative mix of furtive fumbling and Woodstock style freedom will always seem good to those of a certain age!
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