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The Head Mistress/Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill

Released: Aug 01st, 2005
Running Time: 142
Director: David F
Company: Something Weird Video
Cast: Tony Sarcone, Leigh Cochran, Orlando Fenwick, Julia Blackburn, Daughter: Stacey Walker, Ginger Hale, James Brand, Victor Brandt, John Andrews
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Golden Age

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SYNOPSIS

A nice addition to a well-rounded vintage section, especially as a rental.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Two '60s softcore "sexploitation" movies by David F. Friedman are digitally remastered and bundled together on one disc. Pouty Stacey Walker is the star of The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill, which plays more like a sitcom (sexcom?) than a genuinely erotic movie. The darker Head Mistress is set at a school for proper ladies run by predatory lesbian Marsha Jordan.

Neither of these films are of great interest to anyone other than true fans of vintage trash, but the package as a whole, which includes some short subjects and a grab bag of fascinating trailers, is classy enough to entice the more casual consumer to give it a go.


 

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Tony Sarcone
Leigh Cochran
Orlando Fenwick
Julia Blackburn
Daughter: Stacey Walker
Ginger Hale
James Brand
Victor Brandt
John Andrews
David F

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