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It Happened in Hollywood (1973)

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Felicity Split decided to make a career in the porno movie business. But it's a long way to get anywhere and she has to use all her assets to convince the producers of her talent.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Melissa Hall ...
Felicity Split (as Felicity Split)
Peter Bramley ...
Head in Bidet / Male Adagio
Marc Stevens ...
Peter Pull
Barbara Pomerantz ...
Lady with Left Tit Missing / Standard Bearer (as Barbara Pomeranz)
Agnes Brev ...
Cindy West ...
Lola (as Tammy Twat)
Photographer (as Buster Hymen)
Roger Caine ...
Poncho Levine (as Al Levitsky)
Gus Thomas ...
Boris Ballsoff
Florence Bramley ...
Red Head Showgirl (as Flo Zeasily)
Alan Spitz ...
Putz Levine / Hermunculoid
Fran Schiff ...
Supplicant / Fruit Bearer
Randolph Roehbling ...
Target (as Randy Roehbling)
Ozzy Coum ...
Guard on Delilah's Table / Philistine


Felicity Split decided to make a career in the porno movie business. But it's a long way to get anywhere and she has to use all her assets to convince the producers of her talent.

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Adult | Comedy


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Release Date:

26 August 1974 (Sweden)  »

Also Known As:

C'est arrivé à Hollywood  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Referenced in Summer of Laura (1976) See more »


Porno Queen
Written by S&M Dudley
Sung by Liz Torres
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I saw this film at its PREMIERE, ballyhoo turned to disappointment
23 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

Film starts out to be funny, then gets weird, and "Felicity Split" seems to be having trouble focusing her eyes; more like a zombie following directions. I felt sorry for the actress, clearly it seemed she was in a production that consumed her. Lots of of closeups of her rather pretty face, large Betty Boop eyes and defined cheekbones, but her catatonic reactions, silly smiling and staring were barely tolerable. After the first 15 minutes of fun and laughter the audience got quieter. Overall this film is a few notches above standard 16mm loops, in the same class of a similar film titled WET RAINBOW, with another obscure ingénue with one starring credit to her name. This is one of a handful of BETTER BUDGET ADULT FILMS that were very popular in the early 1970's. I noticed that hippie culture and hippie references were COMPLETELY absent from these films; in that sense they were mainstream even though there were huge centerfold ads for the premiere in Screw Magazine (a defunct New York underground newspaper). My opinion.

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