Barry Mahon

  • Barry Mahon – Sex Club International (1967)

    Barry Mahon1961-1970DramaEroticaUSA
    Sex Club International (1967)
    Sex Club International (1967)

    Plot: RUN SWINGER RUN tells the tale of young Laura who runs away from her mother’s boarding house and finds shelter with a weird pimp named Schneider. Soon she’s a high-priced call girl, living a life filled with diamonds and pearls, until she learns a terrible secret… SEX CLUBS INTERNATIONAL follows entrepreneur Carol Kane who, after setting up a lucrative sex service, has the mob muscle in with a scheme to blackmail her elite clientele.Read More »

  • Barry Mahon – Sin in the City (1966)

    Barry Mahon1961-1970EroticaExploitationUSA
    Sin in the City (1966)
    Sin in the City (1966)

    This is a Barry Mahon film in which three girls follow through on a vow they make for their wild night out in NYC: “We were going out on the town. We were going to get into as much trouble as we could. And most important of all, we promised each other that no matter what anyone asked us to do, we would do it.”Read More »

  • Barry Mahon – The Beast That Killed Women (1965)

    1961-1970Barry MahonExploitationHorrorUnited Kingdom

    A gorilla runs amok in a nudist camp. What more can I tell you? This is a really bad film, but full of naked breasts.Read More »

  • Barry Mahon – P.P.S. – Prostitutes Protective Society (1966)

    1991-2000Barry MahonEroticaExploitationUSA


    Streetwalkers tired of being harassed by thugs stand up for their rights in this drama from sexploitation titan Barry Mahon. Madame Sue is the leader of a group of prostitutes working in New York City in 1964. Business is good, and thanks to the influx of tourists coming to the Big Apple for conventions and the World’s Fair, there are plenty of customers while cops are too busy to harass working girls. But while the upswing in business doesn’t attract the law, it does attract the attention of Carney Bill, a small-time gangster who wants in on the prostitution racket. Carney Bill demands that Madame Sue and her girls pay his mob a ten-percent protection fee, and his gunmen kill a few of Sue’s hookers to show he means business. Fearful but not about to be pushed around, the working girls form a vigilante group to protect themselves and get revenge for their fallen comrades, with Bill meeting an especially grim fate. — Mark Deming (AMG)Read More »

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