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The Double Exposure of Holly (1976)

X | | Crime | 7 June 1980 (Denmark)
When a New York lawyer realizes that he is the latest in a long line of Holly's discarded lovers he decides to get even with her. In order to blackmail her, he gets a gangster to secretly film Holly with her new lover in their hotel room.

Director:

Bob Gill

Writer:

Ronan O'Casey
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Catharine Burgess ... Holly (as Catherine Earnshaw)
Don Peterson Don Peterson ... Mark
Jamie Gillis ... Archie
Terri Hall Terri Hall ... Kim
Ronan O'Casey ... Lee
Bob Maroff Bob Maroff ... Nicastro (as Robert Maroff)
Annie Sprinkle ... Muff (as Annie Sprinkles)
Nancy Dare Nancy Dare ... Sandi
Tony Richards Tony Richards ... Young Couple (as Tony Blue)
Bree Anthony Bree Anthony ... Young Couple
Bobby Astyr Bobby Astyr ... Angel
Sol Weiner Sol Weiner ... Captain
Steve Lincoln Steve Lincoln ... Kent
Cecilia Gardner Cecilia Gardner ... Whore
Steven Blackwell Steven Blackwell ... Pimp (as Darryl Speer)
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When a New York lawyer realizes that he is the latest in a long line of Holly's discarded lovers he decides to get even with her. In order to blackmail her, he gets a gangster to secretly film Holly with her new lover in their hotel room.

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You Don't Have to be Rich to be Perverse, But Position Helps...

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Crime

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X
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The cast were all brought in by the filmmakers to rehearse their dialogue a week prior to the shooting of the picture. See more »

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New York sex film with interesting credits
14 January 2010 | by wilvramSee all my reviews

Here is a rarity - an X-rated production whose main point of interest is a middle-aged man who only appears to take his shirt off! He is writer, producer and co-star Ronan O'Casey, perhaps best known on this side of the pond for his regular appearances on the ITV fifties family comedy THE LARKINS and its big-screen spin-off INN FOR TROUBLE. It was not usual for a mainstream performer to be as openly involved in a porn production though several were surreptitiously. It was directed, albeit without much distinction, by Bob Gill, a renowned graphic designer whom had designed the Beatles first album cover for Apple records, and was filmed at a time when there was talk of porn crossovers, but this was about as close as it came.

O'Casey plays a New York lawyer, the latest discarded lover of the married treacherous, icy beauty Holly (the stunning Catherine Burgess). He decides to get even with a spot of blackmail and engages a gangster to covertly film and record Holly and her new lover at her hotel lovenest. A subplot involves the gangster's abused girlfriend (Terri Hall) and her drug problem.

It reaches the level of a very low budget B picture, having a coherent plot with O'Casey providing a clever twist ending, and there's a haunting jazz score from Stan Free. Though ultimately, despite an appearance from the adorable Annie Sprinkle, who appears in a erotic threesome with Nancy Dare and Jamie Gillis and is the only amiable character - how could she be otherwise - it's all rather downbeat and unlikely to appeal to many bar those interested in the period


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 June 1980 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Holly - vild af begær See more »

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Budget:

$90,000 (estimated)
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Color (Eastman Color) (credited on poster only)
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