Gary Graver

  • Gary Graver – How to Undress in Front of Your Man (1970)

    Synopsis: After an evening out, a skinny hippie chick attempts to get her man in the mood for love. But he’s just too tired. She proceeds to use all her sexiest moves (even showing him her “tunnel of love” and making her “fun zone” more attractive with good hygiene), hoping to awaken the beast. When all else fails, she resorts to stroking his giant cock. This finally gets his attention!Read More »

  • Orson Welles – Vérités et mensonges aka F for Fake (1973)

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    Orson Welles’ free-form documentary about fakery focusses on the notorious art forger Elmyr de Hory and Elmyr’s biographer, Clifford Irving, who also wrote the celebrated fraudulent Howard Hughes autobiography, then touches on the reclusive Hughes and Welles’ own career (which started with a faked resume and a phony Martian invasion). On the way, Welles plays a few tricks of his own on the audience.Read More »

  • Gary Graver – Erika’s Hot Summer (1971)

    “The film, which is pretty short at 65 minutes, is about a sexually active photographer named Steve who does nude photography for a living. He is able to bed women with his good looks and his prowess in the sack. He meets Sherrie (Montello) at a dance club and they have a relationship. However, one day on the beach he meets up with Erika (Erica Gavin) who is the woman of his dreams and has an affair with her and hoping that Sherrie doesn’t find out.Read More »

  • Gary Graver – 3 A.M. (1975)

    When a woman begins an affair with her brother-in-law, complications ensue as soon as the family finds out.

    Starring: Georgina Spelvin, Charles Hooper, Clair Dia, Rhonda Gellard, Sharon Thorpe & Judith Hamilton.Read More »

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