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Dirty Pool (1970)

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A husband is being driven crazy by his insatiable wife. It seems that all the time she spends sunbathing has made her a nymphomaniac, and he is unable to keep her satisfied. A doctor sends over a pair of swingers to "counsel" the couple.


Ed Stevens


Ed Stevens


Cast overview:
Uschi Digard ... Wife / Sun Goddess (as Pat Tarqui)
Neola Graef Neola Graef ... Buck's Girlfriend (as Joyce Adams)


In sunny California, a couple takes a Sunday drive in the country and finds a shady spot in the woods to make love. At the same time, a wealthy married couple sunning themselves by their pool, makes love beside the pool and under the water. The first couple sees them, waits until the husband leaves, and then forces the wife into depraved sexual acts. The husband returns, is shocked, and, attracted to the strange woman, takes her into the house and makes love with her. The others soon follow, and the foursome joins in an orgy that leads to a brutal climax of the film. Written by lament

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She always liked to take a midnight dip



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Kirli Havuz See more »

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1.78 : 1 / (widescreen)
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Referenced in Certified Mail (1974) See more »

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skin-flick time-capsule
5 March 2009 | by junk_boxSee all my reviews

This cheapie adult film is in effect a silent film, shot without sound, upon which voice-over narration and musical score have been added. It is of the style that was in vogue between 1968 and 1972, which is full female nudity, partial male nudity, and simulated sex scenes. Twitching and thrashing, huffing and puffing, mock lesbianism, this is soft core cheese. Fans of Uschi Digard will not be disappointed as the entire film consists of her, a phony-name actress, and two anonymous dudes.

This film is now available on DVD, but the celluloid print from which the transfer has been made was corrupted by mold and fungus, leaving flashing red spots throughout the presentation, in addition to running scratches and other visual artifacts that are so common to films treated carelessly in projection and storage. The film degrades noticeably at the end of each 20-minute reel where it was fed by a projectionist with dirty hands soiled with substances one might not wish to consider. Somewhere along the line the third reel was fed incorrectly, and between the 40 and 44 minute mark there are bright yellow gouges where the celluloid was punctured by the teeth of the feed or take-up sprocket.

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