Posts tagged Alan Marlow
The School For Sexual Arts (1975)
Director: Warren Evans
Starring: C.J. Laing, Candy Love, Julia Sorel, Alan Marlow, Ashley Moore, Russ Carlson, Tony Richards.
The female students at the School for the Sexual Arts are busy studying the male form, and learning how to use their mouths to mold flaccid members into hard life sculptures! It’s “sexpressionistic”.
Maraschino Cherry (1978)
Director: Radley Metzger
Starring: Constance Money, Leslie Bovee, Gloria Leonard, Annette Haven, Jenny Baxter, Susan McBain, C.J. Lang, Wade Nichols, Eric Edwards, Alan Marlow, Conchita Costello, Michael Gaunt, Clea Carson, Crystal Sync, Loren Michaels, Jenny Lind.
Gloria Leonard runs a pricey house of prostitution, and business is booming. Then her younger sister shows up and announces that she wants to earn her spurs in the world’s oldest profession. Gloria is simply thrilled to have her sister training to take over the family business, and she promptly begins her education. She starts with the simple pleasures her business offers its clients — all the traditional forms of sex. Watching Leslie Bovee, who plays the neophyte hooker, performing her lessons is what adult film is all about. Later, she moves on to such lessons as the proper binding and beating techniques for clients who prefer their pleasures with a touch of S&M. A well-done tribute to bought pleasure in all of its forms.
Slip Up (1974)
Director: Roberta Findlay
Starring: Day Jason, Candida, Darby Lloyd Rains, Ginger Snap, Lynn Ashley, Merry Widow, Sandy Fox, Alan Marlow, David Savage, Eric Edwards, Jamie Gillis, Keth Wilson, Lankey Tootu, Marc Stevens, Steve Blackwell.
Jamie Gillis is a brilliant sexual researcher gone seriously wrong. In the course of his experimentation with the mechanics of human sexual responses, he’s devised a machine which will furnish every man on the face of the planet with an instant and permanent erection. While at first this will bring smiles to men and women all over the globe, there is a definite downside. The chaos which will result when every Tom, DicKand Harry paces the planet with a 24-hour woody will be acute, to say the least. Jamie plans to use that chaos to take over the world. Luckily, secret agent Darby Lloyd Rains is onto the devious doctor, and determined to stop him. The plan she devises has to be seen to be believed, but it provides as many laughs as hot-and-heavy sex bouts. A comedic classic from porn’s golden age.
The Divine Obsession (1976)
Director: Lloyd Kaufman
Starring: Bree Anthony, Terri Hall, Julia Franklin, April Summers, Eric Edwards, Alan Marlow, David Savage, Steve Lark, Levi Richards, Tony Richards.
A XXX rarity from 1976 directed by Lloyd Kaufman, it’s the story of a girl who leaves school and heads to Hollywood to become a star but ends up a stripper instead. She plans to commit suicide by shooting herself in the head to end her strip act in what would obviously be her last performance. Through flashbacks we see what led to her down and out situation.
Arrow Productions – Wet Rainbow (1973)
Studio: Arrow Productions
Director: Duddy Kane
Starring: Georgina Spelvin, Mary Stuart, Harry Reems, Valerie Marron, Alan Marlow.
A Work of Art with a Taste of Creative Lust and Raunchy Sex. Harry Reems plays a college professor happily married to artist Georgina Spelvin. Everything begins to unravel, though, when an eye-catching student named Rainbow sends him a nude photo. It seems that she’ got her sights set on the good professor. Georgina is jealous at first, but soon discovers that she’s developing feelings toward Rainbow herself – strange, exciting ones. She and her loving husband find themselves drawn into a nexus of passion and lust as Rainbow’s enchanting allure brings out their deepest story of lust and love and the difference between them.
The Travails Of June (1976)
AKA: Abduction Of June
Director: Warren Evans
Starring: Jenny Baxter, Paula Morton, Sharon Mitchell, Ursula Austin, Alan Marlow, John Leslie, Ron Dorfman, Russ Carlson.
An arrested prostitute, June (Jenny Baxter) is interviewed in her prison cell by Washington Post journalist Ben Crocker (Alan Marlow). As she came second in the Miss Rego Park contest, the unfortunate June was abducted
by a pair of thugs who’ll turn out to be mobster cum nightclub owner Lucky DiMico (John Leslie) and his trusty sidekick Willie. After they have nurse Helga (Sharon Mitchell) drug and comfort the understandably shaken
lass, they take double penetration liberties with her themselves.
They want the girl to perform sexually, with a number of influential politicians, setting them up for blackmail. So June and another kidnap victim, Ingrid (Ursula Austin), duly take care of state official Arthur Felthammer(Ron
Dorfman) in a scalding bathroom threesome. Back in jail, Ben is so moved by June’s sorry tale that he offers to go undercover in order to expose her wrongdoers. Customary to the genre, the lady immediately thanks him by
getting down on her knees.
Plotwise, the bad guys bite the dust as June and Ben waltz off into the sunset.
Betrayed Teens (1974)
Director: Gerard Damiano
Starring: Shaun Costello, Leo Lovemore, Alan Marlow, Marlene Willoughby.
BETRAYED TEENS is another cheapie roughie helmed by the prolific Shaun Costello. Thin on storyline, heavy on sex, and a pinch of sleaze thrown in make this one a semi-enjoyable if a bit “tired” roughie entry.
Linda is abducted by bikers and her mother contacts a private-dick to find her. Turns out Linda wasn’t abducted at all, but was hanging out with the bikers of her own accord. When the gang realizes that the mother concocted the “abduction” story, they decide to go back with Linda in tow to mess with Linda’s parents …
Lots of goofiness in this one – first off, Linda is played by some French speaking hooker whose heavy accent is played off as a by-product of her going to school in France. The plot is pretty weak and only serves as the barest of threads to hold together the several sex scenes. On the good side – the hardcore scenes are pretty good and erotic, and there is a bit of extra sleaziness towards the end where the gang whips Linda’s mom and forces her to give an inter-racial blowjob, and where Linda decides to go down on her pops as revenge (?!?!?). I don’t know if any of Costello’s films will ever reach the “greatness” achieved by his classics WATER POWER and FORCED ENTRY – but so far, none have come close. Even so – most of Costello’s films have been entertaining and / or arousing – so I’ll continue to check out his works.
Jody Maxwell – Portrait (1974)
Director: Gerard Damiano
Starring: Jamie Gillis, Rita Davis, Jody Maxwell, Alan Marlow.
The Private Afternoons Of Pamela Mann (1974)
AKA: The True Story Of Pamela Mann
Director: Radley Metzger
Starring: Barbara Bourbon, Sonny Landham, Darby Lloyd Rains, Marc Stevens, Eric Edwards, Kevin Andre, Day Jason, Alan Marlow, Jamie Gillis, Levi Richards, Georgina Spelvin, Doris Toumarkine.
A housewife is tracked by a private investigator hired by her wealthy husband.
When A Woman Calls (1975)
Director: Bill Milling
Starring: Bree Anthony, Nancy Dare, Bobby Astyr, Rita Davis, Jamie Gillis, Peonies Jong, Linda Lovemore, Helen Madigan, Alan Marlow, Cheryl White.