Nightclub (1996)


Buck Adams


Rodger Jacobs (as Martin Brimmer)


Credited cast:
Rebecca Bardoux ... Sabrina
Tony Tedeschi ... Leo
Melissa Hill Melissa Hill ... Teresa
Bobby Vitale Bobby Vitale
T.T. Boy ... Jimmy
Missy Missy
Buck Adams ... Mickey Shane
Madelyn Night Madelyn Night ... (as Madelyn Knight)
Felecia Felecia ... Pole Dancer
Marki Marki ... (as Markie)
Amber Lynn ... Headlining Stripper
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
K. Cotton K. Cotton
Terry K. Terry K.
George Kaplan George Kaplan ... Murdered Owner (as George Kaplin)
Mike Mike


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Adult | Crime | Drama | Romance



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Interesting Adult feature worth resurrecting
12 June 2018 | by lor_See all my reviews

Buck Adams is revered by porn insiders, and here delivers a quality film (it looks to have been shot on 35mm in the middle of the VHS era) that I only discovered via my current survey of the output of the late, underrated porn label Sin City. It is far better craftsmanship than many a big-name "classic" of the '90s.

Adams not only directed but also stars and narrates the story of a nightclub owner who gets into a personal war with a rival owner (tough guy Tony Tedeschi, quite convincing in the role), underscored by their intersecting romantic relationships. Rebecca Bardoux is a revelation in the leading role: house stripper/pole dancer at Buck's club, who is kidnapped by Tony, anxious to collect a $150,000 debt from Buck that was owned to his father. I always visualize her from her older (MILF-oriented) roles, but here she's still young and beautiful (in her early 30s).

The atmosphere of the picture is quite convincing, especially the location photography at a gentleman's club that provides its centerpiece. Amber Lynn guest stars (NonSex) in the final segment including the end credits, as a guest headliner at the club doing her stage routine.

Melissa Hill is striking in a character role, on a quality level with her many Vivid Video assignments for major directors like Paul Thomas and Michael Zen.

Overall, a triumph of sincerity over flashiness - Buck delivering traditional storytelling that is more than quaint but deeply satisfying compare to the all-sex world of screen porn that has, like kudzu, taken over the industry subsequently.

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