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Porn and B film director Robert McCullum was apparently a pen name for Gary Graver, who once worked as an assistant for Orson Welles in his older less prosperous years. Some like me are not quite convinced they were the same person or whether he was an uncredited photography director for McCullum. His artistic touches are evident here in a long tracking shot where the husband, president of a construction company, leaves his wife(Honey Wilder) for a business trip and rides on an outdoor elevator or lift. The sex scenes are even more exciting while he cuts them to the best parts. Rhonda Jo Petty reaches a huge climax and then we cut to a "Men Working" sign outside the construction site. The more famous of porn are well displayed here in group scenes, John Leslie, Eric Edwards, Hershel Savage, and Robert Kerman (aka Richard Bolla). Kay Parker will satisfy her fans, but most of her films have never reached the same level of excitement as her first part in Sex World.
While her husband is away on business, Elain Stone (Honey Wilder)
attempts to fire Margo and Carl ( Carmel and John Leslie,respectively)
her perverted live-in help, who end up seducing her into a three-way
within minutes. While step-daughter, Connie (Adult film mainstay and
Farrah Fawcett look-a-like, Rhonda Jo Petty), goes out looking for
lust. Oh who am I kidding? This one doesn't have a plot to summarize,
but the sex scenes are pretty hot and look for a young leaner Ron
Jeremy, before he became a fatter caricature of himself. Plus Miss
Petty is always hot.
My Grade: B
In my survey of film are some porn films. A few from the 70's; anything
that mixes porn and psychedelics; recent things with cinematic
aspirations including old films by Brass, Sarno. Franco.
And anything by Gary Graver. That's because he worked closely with Orson Wells during what is his most important and inaccessible period. I've seen some overlap, even in the most grotesquely banal porn of Gravers'. So I keep watching.
This was done under one of his pseudonyms. He was still working with Wells but the heavy lifting on "Wind" and "fake" was done.
Gravers in this case seems to have just been a cog in an ordinary machine. No clever Shakespeare in this one. No odd camera angles that circumnavigate incidental objects. No exploitation of space, though there are two candidate nice houses here.
No, its just mechanical porn like hundreds of others that year.
Ted's Evaluation -- 1 of 3: You can find something better to do with this part of your life.
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