Bethel Buckalew

Bethel Buckalew – Revenge of the Virgins (1959)

Plot Synopsis from AMG
This is an entry in the short-lived genre of “nudie” westerns. In this one, a tribe of Indian women (topless, of course) vow to protect their land from a group of white men who want to take it. They decide to use any means necessary to do it.
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Bethel Buckalew – The Pig Keeper’s Daughter (1972)

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Moonbeam Swyner, the pig keeper’s curvaceous daughter, is patiently waiting for her Prince Charming. But, in the meantime, the uninhibited redhead is bent on putting her charms to good use, driving the local boys crazy. However, everything is about to change, when Moonbeam has a chance encounter with a travelling perfume and lingerie salesman, who takes a fancy to the unwed country girl, of course, behind the backs of Mr and Mrs Swyner. Could he be the One? Read More »

Bethel Buckalew – The Secret Sex Lives of Romeo and Juliet (1969)

There’s some funny stuff in this movie, 7 February 2002
8/10
Author: booksmythe from US

For a soft-core porn movie, this film has quite a few funny moments, and works (kind of) as a parody of Shakespeare’s play. A lot of the references are to late sixties pop culture and there are some genuinely erotic scenes. Read More »

Bethel Buckalew – Sassy Sue (1973)

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At the happy Willard ranch, a moonshiner father decides to teach his son a lesson or two about women, however, no one can come between Junior and his Sassy Sue. Read More »

Bethel Buckalew – The Dirty Mind of Young Sally (1970)

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Saucy, husky-voiced, totally liberated and uninhibited free spirit Sally McGuire (a winning performance by the lusciously bouncy’n’bountiful redhead soft-core starlet Sharon Kelly) gleefully disrupts the drab tranquility of a sleepy armpit California burg by broadcasting from the back of her mobile van. Sally’s shockingly ribald pirate radio program heats up the airwaves and turns on an avid libidinous swinger audience with a tantalizingly salacious mix of raunchy music, naughty sex talk, and ecstatic moans of pure pleasure Sally makes while caressing herself, masturbating and even making love live over the air. Naturally, a bunch of comically uptight no-fun guardians of the tediously repressive status quo want to nab Sally and put her out of business, but both Sally and her rascally hillbilly engineer partner-in-crime Toby (the ever-wacky George “Buck” Flower in peak goofball form) are far too quick and wily to be easily apprehended. Read More »