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The Joy Club (1996)

| Adult | Video 1996
Life is rough, war is hell, but men are tough and they can handle it. A rowdy bunch of guys just hitting the front line. Occasionally these spunky souls need a lift, so they take their ... See full summary »

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Luista Duarte
Silvio Evangelista ...
(as Silvio Lado)
Susanna Katona ...
(as Suzanna Cantona)
Jean-Yves Le Castel ...
(as Joe Calzone)
Andrea Nobili
Dina Pearl ...
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Alberto Rey ...
(as Alberto Sanchez)
Philippe Soine
Christina Valenti
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Life is rough, war is hell, but men are tough and they can handle it. A rowdy bunch of guys just hitting the front line. Occasionally these spunky souls need a lift, so they take their leave at the Joy Club. A club for sex, and plenty of it. A bevy of beautiful babes providing sexual favors for their men in arms. Written by Anonymous

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turning the front-line into the Fun-Line!

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2 D'Amato hardcore
7 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

Joy Club, The (1996)

** (out of 4)

Joe D'Amato hardcore flick is a fake documentary telling (and certainly showing) how brothels came to Germany during WW2. Non-stop, unerotic sex is throughout but the dubbed narration is actually pretty funny and some of the stories told also get a few laughs, which makes this slightly better than some of the others I've seen in this genre.

Director Joe D'Amato will always be remembered for his horror films like BEYOND THE DARKNESS and ANTROPOPHAGUS as well as his long running Emanuelle series with Laura Gamser. After the Italian horror market dried up, D'Amato had a comeback with the softcore ELEVEN DAYS ELEVEN NIGHTS, which eventually led to the director doing porn titles. The director had previously mixed sex and horror in such titles as PORNO HOLOCAUST and EROTIC NIGHS OF THE LIVING DEAD but those films were a long way off from his later day porn.


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