Adultery For Fun And Profit
This was the Grand Prize Winner at the Amsterdam Adult Film Festival in 1971. But don’t hold that against it. It’s actually a tightly-paced, sexy chunk of hardcore filmmaking. It’s well-made (for a change) and the tantalizing cast of moist starlets provide some erotic fireworks. Richard has got it made. He’s an ultra-cool sweet-talker who preys on women divorcing their husbands. Men actually pay him to seduce their wives. He lures them into his web, smooth-talks them into chewing on his baloney, then hires a photographer to snap incriminating photos of them cheating on their husbands. Goodbye alimony! Richard’s cohort in slime is a sleazebag lawyer (John Dunn, who was in Ego Trip). He introduces the womanizer to a six-pack of sexed-up sirens (including RAINBOW ROBBINS, star of Motel For Lovers) leading to some X-cellent porn-o-rama. But lover boy gets a taste of his own medicine when a belligerent she blackmails him into doing her homo hubby. He objects: “I don’t do fags!” She replies, “For the money I’m offering most guys would make it with a kangaroo.” It all ends with the “cocky” bastard getting his cummuppance. All the women he dicked around descend on him like vampires. They don’t want money, they want “inches!” Richard is made to bang the six gals. “One every day of the week.” Well, at least I’ve got Sunday off,” he reasons. Nope. In walks the flaming fruitcake who blows him a kiss.
Director: Richard Robinson