" Donald: "A queen doing a Bette Davis imitation."During the early stages of the party, Michael told Donald: "Donald, you are a real card carrying cunt." Emory bluntly asked: "So, who do you have to f--k to get a drink around here?" Cowboy Tex (Robert La Tourneaux) arrived at the door - a male hustler hired by Emory as a birthday "gift" for Harold.
It told about an uninhibited group of hick girls in a rock trio, dubbed The Kelly Affair and renamed The Carrie Nations (Dolly Read, Cynthia Myers, and Marcia Mc Broom - in her movie debut) who journeyed to Hollywood to make it big.There, they found orgiastic sex, bondage, gays and gigolos, lesbianism, drugs, a bizarre record promoter and murder.De Renzy served as the film's main man-on-the-street interviewer during the travelogue, who spoke to a handful of interviewees, including an un-self-conscious 18 year-old adult-magazine porn model named Toni (as Herself).He also visited an international trade show or porn expo titled Sex '69, other porn cinemas, sex clubs and adult shops (including a live lesbian nightclub sex show titled "Olga and Her Sex Circus"), the set of a Danish hard-core film, and the home of a couple in the sex-film business.The trailer described its exciting premise, with "hot cars, blazing guns and beautiful women." It was another bosomania action tale of sex-crazed individuals in an Arizona-Mexico border town, featuring a corrupt sheriff (Charles Napier as Harry), drug-dealing and pot smuggling, shoot-outs, beatings and car-crashes. It was also noted, typical for a Meyer fantasy erotic film, for its love triangle between Harry, Cherry, and Raquel, including lesbianism.
Harry's crime partner was the powerful but bed-ridden Mr. Statuesque and well-endowed Uschi Digard (aka Astrid Lillimoor) also starred as the German-speaking Native American ghost Soul, who posed nude against various desert locations, sometimes with an Apache feather headdress.Censorship in Denmark: A New Approach (1970) was a full-length (90 minute), exploitational X-rated feature film from San Francisco's hardcore pioneer producer/director Alex de Renzy (in his directorial debut) was the first successful mainstream film widely distributed with pornography in it and shown in a commercial theatre.Along with other films, it was one of the first widely-released films to show non-simulated hard-core sex on the American screen.And it was the first film with hard-core sex to be reviewed by critic Vincent Canby of The New York Times.A skin-flick producer, de Renzy joined many others on a trek to Copenhagen, Denmark to attend a sex trade show exhibition known as SEX '69. Theatres in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles projected the film.The narrator's comments were almost humorous: "Making a pornographic film can raise a sharp appetite!