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Dear Pam (1976)

The Decency and Morality League is about to award Pam Slanders, advice columnist, the "Most Moral Woman of the Year" award. She tells them about her toughest "case", a man whose stepdaughter, secretary and other women trouble him.

Director:

Roberta Findlay (as Harold Hindgrind)

Writer:

Roberta Findlay (screenplay) (as Harold Hindgrind)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Crystal Sync Crystal Sync ... Pam Slanders
Jennifer Jordan Jennifer Jordan ... Rose Cumming
C.J. Laing C.J. Laing ... Gladys Mygrain
Lorraine Alraune Lorraine Alraune ... Jean Kumkwik (as Beverly Bovy)
Ginger Snaps Ginger Snaps ... Sandy Phallis
Roberta Findlay ... Miss Klug (as Anna Riva)
John Holmes ... Richard Grandik (as John Holmes/Johnny Wadd)
Tony Perez Tony Perez ... Barton Fartblow
Eric Edwards ... Harry Phallis
Howard Humper Howard Humper ... Karl - a Waiter
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Storyline

The Decency and Morality League is about to award Pam Slanders, advice columnist, the "Most Moral Woman of the Year" award. She tells them about her toughest "case", a man whose stepdaughter, secretary and other women trouble him.

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Got a Problem? Ask Pam Slanders, America's Sexiest Advice Columnist. But Remember, Do As She Says Not As She Does!

Genres:

Adult | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 April 1976 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Sendy Film Corporation See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (DVD)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Trivia

This film is half of Bucky Beaver's Dragon Art Theatre Triple XXX-Rated Double Feature Volume 205 (2006) DVD-R from Something Weird Video. See more »

Goofs

Jennifer Jordan's character is listed as "Rose Cumming" in the film's credits. In fact, Jordan's character name is "Rose Cummings" (with an "s"). See more »

Quotes

Barton Fartblow: After all, children do need their rest!
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Unfunny but sexy porn comedy from Roberta Findlay
6 December 2010 | by lor_See all my reviews

DEAR PAM fits historically as one of Roberta Findlay's "big-dick" films, to locate its filing bin in today's virtual porn store. Tony (The Hook) Perez, so memorable in Findlay's hit ANYONE BUT MY HUSBAND, is back, with John Holmes as his inevitable penile rival. They also teamed up in another Findlay hit, SWEET PUNKIN.

Trying way too hard for laughs (they're aren't any to be found), one-woman filmmaker Findlay has Crystal Sync starring as advice columnist Pam Slanders, first seen masturbating with a dildo under desk (which "comically" pops out of her vagina suddenly during a later meeting, hardy-har-har). A delegation from the Decency & Morality League (made up of Perez, Holmes and Findlay regular Jennifer Jordan) tells Pam they've nominated her for the "Most Moral Woman of the Year" award.

To secure the award win, she gives them a just-received letter from a reader, which Jordan reads aloud, cueing a series of vignettes illustrating its contents. It was sent in by Harry Phallis (wait for the laugh), played by Eric Edwards, whose misadventures spur the action. To confirm that this goof-ball letter is authentic, each of the 3 Decency folks seeks out Edwards and the personages he wrote about, cueing some fun sexual romps.

Perhaps controversial, though I doubt it, is the film's emphasis on pedophilia. Edwards' 14-year-old stepdaughter Sandy (played by Ginger Snaps, who looks pretty young) is sleeping when he "accidentally" (see the movie) gets into her bed, and he ends up making love to her, with the excuses from the letter of "I better do what she wants - a child needs her sleep - I mustn't wake her up". Turns out she was fooling him all along.

When Perez shows up, Sandy seduces him too with a very silly and infantile approach, pulling out his 13-inch Johnson after wondering if it's a "broken limb" and then confusing it with a banana that she wants to taste. It's all in bad taste, but fodder for porn fans.

Film ends up in a lengthy orgy scene where Findlay pulls out all the stops, having Holmes deep throated by two different women, including C.J. Laing, cast as Edwards' new secretary.

By the way, I recently watched the Mitchell Bros.' quality Victorian porn opus AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A FLEA, touted as the first porn film directed by a woman (Sharon McNight). Sorry, Findlay went hardcore two years earlier.


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