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It especially became uncomfortable after the arrival of host Michael's married straight (heterosexual) friend/college roommate, lawyer Alan Mc Carthy (Peter White).The six homosexuals at the party included: Michael: (singing) "'Forget your troubles, c'mon get happy! ' What's more boring than a queen doing a Judy Garland imitation?It told about an uninhibited group of hick girls in a rock trio, dubbed The Kelly Affair and renamed The Carrie Nations (Dolly Read, Cynthia Myers, and Marcia Mc Broom - in her movie debut) who journeyed to Hollywood to make it big.There, they found orgiastic sex, bondage, gays and gigolos, lesbianism, drugs, a bizarre record promoter and murder.The trailer described its exciting premise, with "hot cars, blazing guns and beautiful women." It was another bosomania action tale of sex-crazed individuals in an Arizona-Mexico border town, featuring a corrupt sheriff (Charles Napier as Harry), drug-dealing and pot smuggling, shoot-outs, beatings and car-crashes. It was also noted, typical for a Meyer fantasy erotic film, for its love triangle between Harry, Cherry, and Raquel, including lesbianism.Harry's crime partner was the powerful but bed-ridden Mr. Statuesque and well-endowed Uschi Digard (aka Astrid Lillimoor) also starred as the German-speaking Native American ghost Soul, who posed nude against various desert locations, sometimes with an Apache feather headdress." However, he noted about the porn films: "Emotional relationships between the characters are nonexistent." Some of the film's most explicit and forbidden hard-core content came from de Renzy's filming of sex sequences straight from a screening, as a way to argue that the sex scenes were objectified, documented accounts of the way sex was being regarded in Denmark.This Russ Meyer classic exploitation film was his last independent movie before 20th Century Fox lured him to Hollywood, to make his next film, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970).
The poster proclaimed - "I couldn't live in a man's body!I'd like to strap you on sometime."This milestone film from director William Friedkin (an adaptation of Mart Crowley's off-Broadway 1968 stage play, with the original stage actors) was notable as being the first Hollywood feature film to examine the homosexual culture and community in close-up fashion, and to portray gays as human beings who could have a sense of camaraderie.It was rated R by the usually ultra-conservative MPAA (when the previous year's Midnight Cowboy (1969) and The Killing of Sister George (1969) received X-ratings) for its subject matter and for its bold language.A number of low-budget, backwoods sexploitational films were produced in the early to mid-1970s, offering fairly explicit soft-core escapades with hillbilly characters, incest, lots of nudity (male and female genitals, although with no real closeups, penetration, or erections) and sex in the great outdoors, and an emphasis on stereotypical Southern accents and sensibilities.The most common of these types of trashy, low-budget, drive-in favorites with poor acting were produced by sleaze-merchant Harry Novak. It was co-written by film critic Roger Ebert as an unofficial sequel to Fox's Valley of the Dolls (1967) - based upon Jacqueline Susann's trashy novel.