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Hot Skin, Cold Cash (1965)

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A night in the life of a Time's Square hooker.




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Credited cast:
Charles Howard
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Victoria Astor ...
John Connant ...
Mr. Stone
Phil Fitzpatrick ...
College boy (as Philip Fitzpatrick)
Michael Garlock ...
Allen Joseph ...
Priest (as Al Joseph)
Scott Lehman ...
Police lieutenant
Dixie Van Cortlandt


A night in the life of a Time's Square hooker.

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The Lead Makes This Film
8 January 2017 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Hot Skin, Cold Cash (1965)

*** (out of 4)

A woman (Victoria Astor) who has lost custody of her child and has a husband in prison must resort to working as a prostitute so that she can pay a lawyer to try and get him out from behind bars.

HOT SKIN, COLD CASH is another exploitation movie from director Barry Mahon and I'm going to go out and say that it's his best picture. Well, it's the best picture I've seen from him out of the two dozen or so that I've watched. The story itself is pretty routine as we're introduced to the prostitute and then we see her out on the street picking up men. From here we go back to the bedroom to see the encounter.

There's obviously nothing ground-breaking about the story but what makes this film so wonderful is the lead performance by Astor. I'm really not sure if that's her real name or not and it's really too bad that she's only got two credits listed on IMDb (both by Mahon). I really thought she was excellent in the role. Not only was she downright beautiful but she just had a certain quality on the screen that just had you fall for her. She's certainly the greatest thing about this picture but it's too bad there's not more films out there with her.

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