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John Hayes – Baby Rosemary (1976)

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Troubled and sexually repressed Rosemary has serious issues with her estranged father abandoning her as a little girl at an orphanage. Rosemary neglects the carnal needs of her boyfriend John, so John turns to prostitute Unis to satisfy his lascivious desires. In the wake of her father’s sudden passing, Rosemary sinks into a deep depression and finds herself caught up in a surreal erotic nightmare world of sex and death. Read More »

Anthony Spinelli – It’s Called Murder, Baby (1983)

This is the R-rated version of the hardcore sex film Dixie Ray, Hollywood Star. It’s of somewhat historical significance as being one of the few porno films to feature a name Hollywood actor: Cameron Mitchell. Mitchell doesn’t have any sex scenes (thankfully), but he plays a gangster boss (much like his role in My Favorite Year) in this 1940s-set period film. Star John Leslie (who does have sex scenes) plays a detective who is hired by a former movie star to find some “indiscreet” photographs of her. Read More »

Anthony Spinelli – Dixie Ray: Hollywood Star (1983)

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Private investigator Nick Popodopolis (John Leslie) has a problem: there’s a corpse of a beautiful woman (Juliet Anderson) on the floor of his office. As he explains his case to an alcoholic lieutenant (Cameron Mitchell), a strange story of blackmail, mystery and murder unfolds, all centered on an enigmatic movie star, Dixie Ray (Lisa De Leeuw).

Anthony Spinelli’s big budget WWII era set noir ranks as one of the last truly ambitious X rated movies ever made. Read More »

John Hayes – Baby Rosemary (1976)

Baby Rosemary follows a sexually suppressed young woman (Sharon Thorpe) through her sexual journeys with her friend John, her student athletes and the residents of her father’s hotel residence. The real turning point for Rosemary seems to be when she is attacked in her father’s room by a despicable couple who live across the hall and raped by both the man and woman. Cut to several years later and John has matured enough to become a policeman and has to track down Rosemary to inform her of the news of her father’s death. Read More »