Search results for 1977
Confessions Of Linda Lovelace (1977)
Starring: Linda Lovelace, Dolly Sharp, Harry Reems, Carol Kaiser.
Linda Lovelace is applying for a job in the sexual employ of a rich, strapping sultan. This is her interview for the position, and to each of the sultan’s questions about her qualifications, she responds with remembrances about her sexual adventures. These include the kind of wild-eyed sexual adventures that made Ms. Lovelace adult film’s first household-name superstar, and each is charged with Linda’s own brand of feverish enthusiasm and inventive carnal capering. Harry Reems is the sultan, and his performance is matched Linda’s high point for high point. Linda gets the job, and her celebration with Harry is a fitting crescendo for this celebration of one of the blue screen’s all-time greats.
Starring: Wade Nichols, Jean Jennings, Terri Hall, Susan McBain, John Black.
Sweetheart is a story of abuse and submission. A love triangle twisted by outsiders results in the subjugation of all parties involved. Mabel is a wealthy housewife. When her cheating husband leaves her one morning to go to work, her house is invaded by robbers. They subject Mabel to one sexual abuse after another and when Jack (Mabel’s lover) arrives he too is sucked into a trap to the amusement of the robbers. Mabel’s husband returns with his mistress to discover what is going on and tries to talk the robbers into getting rid of Mabel for him. The robbers take advantage of the situation in a sexual revenge never seen on screen.
Young Students (1977)
Starring: Vicky Lindsay, Lewis Chas. Wolfe, Angela Haze, Lewis Chas, Linda Wong, Kent Hall, Joey Silvera, eth Ruberman, Marsha Wolfe, Paul Scharf, Angela Haze.
A Saint A Woman A Devil (1977)
Director: Armand Peters
Starring: Joanna Bell, Helen Madigan, Honeysuckle Divine, Sonny Landham, Mark Stevens, Penny Servan, Joe Fisher, Helen Devine.
“Sylvia” is a racy, action packed, fast moving, in-depth study about severely aerated human behavior. Not since “Three Faces of Eve” has a film attempted to so clearly define a true history of multiple personality.
Sylvia D’Constant (Joanna Bell) is seemingly a quiet, reserved, saintly person living on a quiet, reserved well-manicured street in upper-middle class suburbia.
From the opening of this film, the viewer becomes involved in the gamut of intrigue, twists, turns, and always the unexpected as we experience Sylvia.
High School Bunnies (1977)
Director: John Christopher
Starring: Beth Anna, Clea Carson, Rodger Cane, Peter Andrews.
As our story begins, Barbi lives in Kansas, dreaming of what life would be like in the Big City. Her secret fantasy is to become a sexy Bali High Bunnie. Enjoy her seeking acceptance of her peers through a long sexual initiation. Her wonderful quest for sexual awareness teaches the Bali High Bunnies what an expert Barbi really is. This movie introduces several luscious, lovely, little ladies lusting for fun and frolic. The Bunnies will leave you breathless and craving for more.
Odyssey – The Ultimate Trip (1977)
Director: Gerard Damiano
Starring: Robert Kerman, Nancy Dare, Crystal Sync, Michael Gaunt, Celia Dargent, Terri Hall, Don Peterson, Boris Smith, Sam Long, Ellen Faison, Sandra Blast, David Morris, Hope Stockton, Eva Henderson, Debbie Revenge, Tony Mansfield.
Lustschloss Am Venusberg (1977)
Starring: Catherine Tailleferre, Chantal Dubuc, Claude Janna, Maude Carolle, Siegried Cellier, Emmanuelle Riviere.
Young Girls Fantasies (1977)
AKA: Teenage Fantasies 2
Young Women’s Fantasies
Starring: Brian Baker, Jack Holt, Jerry Jones, John Holmes, Lynne Masters, Marcus Seville, Rene Bond, Suki Yu, Victoria Winter.
All The Senator’s Girls (1977)
Starring: Glenn Swallow, Valerie Parker, Connie Burnell, Beverly Hilton, Lois Parsons, Nanette Peters, Rod Harris, Frank Parsons.
Senator Parsons is seeking an upset victory for his re-election into the state senate, but the polls show that he is far behind. Searching for a gimmick to help him win, he decides to go with a ‘stamp out pornography’ campaign. To help him accomplish his goal he hires several beautiful secretaries who serve two specific purposes at his office.
Senator Parsons’ campaign manager, Dick Cox, arranges a spectacular promotional party aboard a huge yacht. The owner of the boat, a mighty big Texan named Gaylord Wheeler, decides to back Parsons with his millions in return for political favors. But politics is not the main issue on the craft. All of Parsons’ beautiful ladies show up and show that their hips can generate more motion than the ocean. Every cabin in the boat is rocking with excitement leading up to a spectacular climax featuring four gorgeous women and three men.
Punk Rock (1977)
AKA: Teenage Runaways
Director: Carter Stevens
Starring: Anna Livia Plurabella, Clea Carson, Crystal Sync, Jean Sanders, Joanne Shallow, Joy Peters, Paula Morton, Phyllis Flowers, Susan Le Beau, Susaye London, Roger Caine, Bobby Astyr, Eric Edwards, Mark Le Beau, Peter Andrews, Tony Richards, Wade Nichols, Don Peterson, Martin Ford, Randy Coppasquatto, R. Bolla, Wayne Anthony.
What could be a cooler combo than punk rock and Golden Age porn? Carter Stevens explores the seamy netherworld of the New York punk scene. In-your-face underground raunchiness starring porn icon Wade Nichols and the legendary Richard Bolla.