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Bangkok Connection (1977)

Bangkok porno (original title)
This enchanting erotic classic follows intrepid sexual adventurer Aloysius Danbur on a torrid trek through some of the Far East's most decadent hot spots. Bangkok is known throughout the ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Gabriel Coez ...
Aloysius Dunbar (as Gabriel Duchemin)
Élisabeth Buré
Martine Fléty
Charlie Schreiner
Karine Gambier
Vicky Mesmin ...
(as Chantal Virapin)
My Ling
Sue Wang
Ling Quang
Marie-Thérèse Clément
Corelli Lancaster
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Richard Allan ...
Urlauber (as Richard Lemieuvre)
Claude Janna ...
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Angela Ritschard ...
Masseuse
Guy Royer ...
Urlauber
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This enchanting erotic classic follows intrepid sexual adventurer Aloysius Danbur on a torrid trek through some of the Far East's most decadent hot spots. Bangkok is known throughout the world as one of the most passionately promiscuous places on the face of the earth, and Aloysius makes sure that he makes the most of his time there. He ends up in the carnal clinch with a string of salacious Asian sirens, each of them determined to satisfy his every desire. Written by Anonymous

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24 August 1977 (France)  »

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Enjoyable though buffoonish Europorn
9 April 2015 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

European porn films in the '70s (both soft and hard) had a secret weapon - shooting on exotic globe-hopping locations. From EMMANUELLE to VANESSA, the classics gave fans something the usually claustrophobic American made product didn't, and that is the virtue of BANGKOK CONNECTION in the XXX field.

Unfortunately director Alain Payet opts for a slapstick approach in which our big-dicked hero, whose trip to the orient is financed by an inheritance from his deceased uncle, keeps getting himself into trouble. He humps a wide variety of French, German and Asian girls over the course of 80 minutes, but it's basically situation comedy.

Sort of the answer films to this nonsense were the Zebedy Colt/Roger Caine sex comedies shot in Europe. Add them all together and one wonders whether it would have killed anybody to keep the beautiful girls and impressive production values and maybe add something to the stew - like an interesting script and a competent director?

In a world of gonzo, the one-note story film is king, and that makes BANGKOK worth watching


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