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Obscene House (1969)

Meet Fat Mamma, a 400-pound madame in a mini-dress, who opens a brothel, employing four fantastic hookers.

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Bonnie Jo
Ann Leigh
Darlen Hart
Marie York
Connie White
Pete Kock
Bob Williams
Leslie Monroe ...
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Meet Fat Mamma, a 400-pound madame in a mini-dress, who opens a brothel, employing four fantastic hookers.

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Popular nude model and star of many 8mm peepshow reels Lillian Parker is prominent in the cast, but it is not possible to match her against the on-screen talent credits, which are pseudonyms. See more »

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Featured in Twisted Sex Vol. 19 (1998) See more »

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Lillian Parker in a feature film, and not much more
23 November 2010 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

Obscene House is a very weak MOS porn film. Sole reason to watch it is to see the fabulous loop star Lillian Parker in her only feature film appearance.

I added her participation in the form of a Trivia entry to IMDb, because the database won't permit listing of uncredited performers who don't have other credits. Lillian never got screen credits because stag loops don't bother with such niceties.

She's one of four girls working as prostitutes in the title brothel run by Fat Mama, a grotesque individual that reminded me, in an unfunny way, of the late comedienne Totie Fields. No insult intended.

Since this is a silent film, it is pretty boring to watch, and its bloated 76-minute running time seems an eternity. The hack who signed himself as "Henry Blake" tries to make it amusing by having the femme narrator pretend this is something of a training documentary on how to succeed in business. Business, as in corporate strategies, which come out as a never-ending series of double entendres that will have most viewers quickly reaching for that good ole mute button.

Theatrical audiences 40 years ago did not have that luxury, so it's not surprising that OBSCENE HOUSE is such an obscure film. I'm sure unlucky exhibitors showing the film got negative feedback (like the similarly MOS clunkers from Nick Millard must have generated), and when they were doing future bookings demanded: "this time get me a REAL film, you know a TALKIE!".


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