A female friend of a sexually frustrated mother tries broadening her horizons with a sex orgy. Though avoiding it, the new feelings inside her cause her to force herself on her sleeping son. To her amazement, the seduction is mutual.
Molly Davis is a race car sponsor who rewards her employees with sex. Her female drivers have their fair share as well. But will her new driver win the race after her predecessor died when her car got tampered with?
High executive Champagne hires Harry as a chauffeur for her sex trips. The job provides Harry with women...too many of them. But his boss Gladys Whitmore is so horny that she asks him for the same thing when he comes by to complain.
An erotic look at the casting process for a Broadway stage show. Cheryl Cooper is a veteran dancer who wants to be cast for a part, but is held back by the vindictive choreographer Bertha, whom she had a past tryst with. So, Cheryl resorts to seducing the director Sidney to land a part. Meanwhile, the sleazy producer Ed has sexual encounters with every woman he meets, while Manny, the financial backer, clashes off against Rue, an egoistical local talent agent who is trying to cast the popular Mona Randall for the lead in the play, while Mona has a meeting of minds and bodies with Manny's business partner, Frank, to ensure that she land the lead. Written by
CHORUS CALL is an unabashed clone/ripoff of "A Chorus Line", with surprisingly good acting & direction besides the expected quality Kay Parker sex. It represents one of her best early roles prior to making history with TABOO.
Kay portrays a diva set to star in a new Broadway musical. Casting of the chorus is the main content, while feuding with a featured dancer causes most of the dramatics.
Beth Anna shines as the assistant to the director, having quality sex scenes with both male talent and pretty Susaye London. There is also a huge-breasted, uncredited stripper who is integrated into the plot, though her presence seems out of place amongst some real-life dancing talent in the cast.
Among the highlights is a troilism scene featuring Beth Anna, Kay and Joey Silvera. Though film is predicated on hardcore sex, the dancing is surprisingly adequate, and even parodies elements of the original play, including a number entitled "Six Tits in a Row". Filmmakers unabashedly feature a marquee for the real "A Chorus Line" on screen at one point.
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