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Street of a Thousand Pleasures (1972)

After an unsuccessful assassination attempt, a thankful oil Sheik opens the gates of a thousand delights to his wonder-struck American visitor.

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John Dalton (as Garth Ruger)
Sandy Jackson
Nancy Young
Terry Benford
Devonne Carr
Elinor Ellington
Sandi Donaho
Rick Conlin ...
Guy on Fur Blanket (as Rick Clarke)
Pat Busby
Linda Lupoff
Joyce Mandel ...
Slave Girl with Goblet (as Joyce Gibson)
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Slave Girl - Biggest Breasts (as Uschi Digart)
Pandora Watson
Michelle Angelo ...
Slave Girl with Apple
Abdul Ben Hassein ...
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The field geologist, John Dalton, is asked to inspect oil Sheik Abdul-Ben-Hussein's heavily-guarded oil field, but things will take an unexpected turn, when John prevents an attempt against the monarch's life, and in return, he receives an unparalleled gift from the grateful Sheik: a visit to his private, yet very real slave market. And just like that, John awed by the wonders of the flesh, he will become a witness of unprecedented beauty, as nude, lustful, and seductive young girls of all shapes and colours invite him to explore their firm and alluring bodies. However, deep in the forbidden city, there's an American girl who would do anything for her freedom. But can anyone escape the street of a thousand pleasures? Written by Nick Riganas

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A journey through the whispered world of women! See more »

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Arab Slave Market  »

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Many of the names in the cast are pseudonyms based on the names of director William Rotsler's friends and fellow members in West Coast science fiction fandom: Gregory Benford, Terry Carr, Bill Donaho, F.M. Busby, Richard Lupoff and Dick Ellington. See more »

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After he arrives in Iraq, then head off to a small plane to go to Basrah. The plane numbers all start with N, which is the international code for airplanes based in the US. See more »

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The Sheik: As long as men desire women, and women can be taken, there will be slavery.
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Featured in Extra Weird (2003) See more »

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Don't expect a plot
29 September 1999 | by See all my reviews

Many curvy ladies wearing 98% nothing. The 2% is the occasional veil, or scarf. Hardly ever anything to obstruct your view of all the gorgeous jugs or bare (not to be construed as shaved) deltas. No doubt this was originally a 3-D film. Many shots of a breast flying into your face; almost all girl faces make eye contact. Too bad, but if you're looking for Uschi or Michelle Angelo they have very little face (or body) time. This flick was made before either of them had any real star status, I'll bet. In short, lots of skin, almost as much boredom.


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