Sexploiters (DVD)

 A "modeling agency" in New York City is the setting for this outrageous erotic romp where men and women will do anything to satisfy their wildest carnal cravings. The Sexploiters is a grindhouse cult classic and the lone directorial effort of Al C. Ruban, producer of The Beautiful the Bloody and the Bare and the critically acclaimed films of John Cassavettes including Minnie and Moskowitz and The Killing of a Chinese Bookie. Retro-Seduction Cinema is proud to bring it to DVD for the first time ever on home video. Among the sexiest of the "Sexploiters" is Lynn (Terri Steele), a bored housewife with high-falootin' tastes who works as a high-class call girl. Her job: make every john's bizarre fantasies come true. Whether slipping into her dominatrix leather to service an eccentric client; on location at a frat-party-turned-all-out-orgy; or donning skimpy black lingerie to play a grieving widow who services her "deceased" husband in a coffin, nothing is too taboo for Lynn, who knows how to use her luscious body and sexual talents to thrilling, orgasmic precision. As Lynn goes about her daily duties, the Sexploiters' studios are filled to capacity with all manners of sexually-charged activities including photography sessions sporting big-busted babes, a bearded muscleman, and acrobatics performed by the delectable and very naked Gigi Darlene (Bad Girls Go to Hell). As the horny shutterbugs deliriously snap away at their cameras, a nudie-cutie film being shot next door encourages two eager young girls (including the lovely June Roberts of My Brother\'s Wife) to show off their exhibitionistic expertise by stripping down to nothing but their birthday suits and a pair of big smiles. Ahhhh, it's just another busy day in the sexploitation industry. DVD Contents: - Sexploiters Feature Film (BW – 1965) - Commentary with Cinematographer C. Davis Smith and film historian Michael Bowen - Color Booklet with Historical Liner Notes by Michael Bowen DVD Release Date: November 13, 2007

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November 13, 2007




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