Posts tagged Guy Royer
Die Spermastation (1977)
Studio: Mike Hunter
Director: Georges Fleury, Anthony Spinelli
Starring: Barbara Moose, Alban Ceray, Guy Royer.
Starring: Cathy Stewart, Claude Janna, Diane Dubois, Liliane Lemieuvre, Marie-Dominique Cabannes, Nessy Grant, Richard Lemieuvre, Guy Royer, Cyril Val, Charlie Schreiner, Dominique.
French Erection (1975)
Director: Alain Payet as John Love
Starring: Chantal Dubuc, Christine Chanoine, Colette Mareuil, Françoise Maillot, Liliane Lemieuvre as Liliane Allan, Marielle Fauveat, Marischka, Michelle Sauza, Monique Garnier, Swany Love, Jacques Couderc, Gilbert Servien, Jean Tolzac, Jacques Carsi, Olivier Mathot, Bernard Hug, Richard Lemieuvre as Richard Allan, Carmelo Petix, Christian Rochat, Guy Royer, Rudy Lenoir, Jean-Pierre Merle, Alban Ceray, Yves Lesecherve, Jack Bernard, Aimé Theo, Guy Bonnafoux.
Jacques Couderc and Gilbert Servien play two madcaps (Napoleon and his faithful soldier) who escape from the madhouse. Their first encounter is with a lady who demands too much from her chauffeur. They drive away with the lady and are followed by the police who meet a young woman who complains being raped by a satyr (Carmélo Pétix). He is seen busy with Françoise Maillot, dressed as Little-Red-Riding-Hood but soon replaced by a lovely young brunette and later the now-chauffeur-less lady.
Richard Lemieuvre and his wife Liliane want to spend some time in a hotel but it is closed. The two bankrupted owners are desperate and about to commit suicide when the two madcaps turn up and tell them they can help with the money. The staff is recalled and the club reopens. The Lemieuvres come back and enjoy themselves now that the doors are open again. When the police get there they come across an ongoing orgy, strangely overlooked by the madcaps.
Then Jacques Couderc encounters Richard Lemieuvre dressed as a nun, knocks him down and realises he is a runaway boss who has absconded with 200 million francs – just enough to pay the hotel owners’ debts. The knocked-down boss is put back on his knees by Christine Chanoine and soon joined by Françoise Maillot. The money is used to buy back the club’s furniture at the auction and eventually the two madcaps own the hotel and the former owners end up at the madhouse.
La Grande Enfilade (1978)
AKA: Erotic Seduction
Petra Will Es Geil
Director: Jean-Claude Roy
Starring: Diane Dubois, Edwige Faillel, Jacques Gateau, Catherine Greiner, Richard Lemieuvre, Claudia Mehringer, Guy Royer, Jean-Louis Vattier, Marie-Claude Viollet.
Cuisses Infernales (1978)
AKA: Young Pretty Girls
Starring: Brigitte Lahaie, Barbara Moose, Danielle Gely, Guy Royer, Bernard Hug, Danou, Richard Lemieuvre, Jacques Couderc.
Enquete Sur Le Vice (1977)
Director: Georges Fleury
Starring: Angelika Duvier, Chantal Virapin, Danièle Troeger, Emmanuelle Parèze, Gina Janssen, Martine Grimaud, Samantha, François Lopez, Richard Lemieuvre, Guy Royer.
Georges Fleury used a similar practice on several movies — for tax reasons passing off a foreign film as a home-grown product by shooting some additional scenes. This is what he did here with the original footage of Schulmädchen-Porno.
To boost the sales of his paper, the floundering editor asks one his journalists to interview people in the street about their sex practices in order to write articles about the topic.
Brigitte Lahaie – L’amour C’est Mon Metier (1978)
Studio: Alpha France
Director: Michel Jean
Starring: Brigitte Lahaie, Guy Royer, Dominique Aveline, Barbara Moose, Aude Lecoq, Richard Allan.
Brigitte Lahaie, célèbre outre-rhin sous le pseudonyme de Brigitte Bordeaux, a tournée en 1978 pour le producteur allemand Tabu quatre films courts destinés aux sex-shops qui n’ont jamais fait l’objet d’une exploitation en salles de cinéma. Nous avons retrouvé et restauré les éléments vidéo de ces quatre documents rares que nous vous présentons réunis sous le titre L’Amour c’est mon métier.
La Comtesse Ixe (1976)
AKA: La Comtesse X
Director: Jean Rollin
Starring: Carole Gire, Catherine Castel, Jackie Dartois, Julie Bouche, Karine Gambier, Rachel Mhas, Sandrine Pernelle, Alban Ceray, Cyril Val, Patrice Maranzzano, Guy Royer, Jean-Pierre Bouyxou.
Donna Particolare (1977)
AKA: Mia Moglie E Le Sue Amiche
Director: José Bénazéraf
Starring: Dominique Saint Claire, Jane Baker, Nicole Segaud, Richard Lemieuvre, Guy Royer.
This account is based on an Italian DVD of an early-80s French film. The box seems to use part of the credits of Croisière érotique pour couples complaisants, but this isn’t from 1980 and who knows who directed it. The cast credits (box only) mention Claude Mehrlinger, which may be an error for the female Claudia Mehringer anyway, but in any case he/she is not present. They also mention Dominique Saint Claire (correct), Richard Lemieuvre (correct) and Daniela, presumably a reference to Danièle Troeger, credited on imdb, but not present. The other cast members, apart from extras, are Guy Royer, Nicole Segaud (Helen Shirley) and Jane Baker. The title alludes to Pat una donna particolare, but apart from Dominique Saint Claire, none of the cast mentioned on imdb for that film is present.
The story line in this film doesn’t seem to make much sense. Air hostess, Dominique Saint Claire leaves the airport and takes a taxi. Cut to Nicole Segaud getting off a ship and getting on to Richard Lemieuvre’s boat. Jane Baker is his crew. Nicole is upset when Richard insists that she take off her stilettos, but they make up in the cabin. Out at sea they spot a boat in difficulties and pick up Dominique Saint Claire. Then various sexual combinations occur and these include Guy Royer, at sea and ashore. At one point Guy Royer is bundled into a car and taken to some sort of cell where the three girls have their way with him before Richard joins in. Then there is an orgy in an old fort where they are all dressed as monks and nuns. Eventually the two men seem to be exhausted – to the point of death, as in the last seen the three women are in widows’ weeds and weeping over a grave.
Bouches Lascives (1979)
Director: Jean Rollin
Starring: Cathy Stewart, Christine Lodes, Dominique Aveline, Cyril Val, Patricia Arent, Charlie Schreiner, Mika, Marie-Line Chanaud, Guida Hernandez, Karine Gambier, Julie Bouche, Sandrine Pernelle, Alban Ceray, Guy Royer, Rachel Mhas.