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Graphic Thrills Volume Two: American XXX Movie Posters 1970 to 1985

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With catchy titles like Hot Summer in the City, Captain Lust, Pleasure Palace, Nightdreams, Honey Buns, and Aunt Peg, the 1970s and early 80s were the undisputed golden age of the American hardcore sex film. Real movies performed by passionate actors, backed up with genuine plots, retro style and levels of imagination that hit peaks that have not been seen since. This was the era of porno chic. Graphic Thrills Volume Two proudly assembles another stunning selection of debauched and innuendo-packed theatrical film posters, with glorious unabashed sexuality dripping from every page. These joyous and colourful odes to sultry sin were designed to hang in the lobbies and front windows of the porno theaters and grindhouses of yesteryear. Lit by neon and shimmering marquee lights, each come-on promised curious patrons lurid drama, kinky excitement, easy love, and a myriad of exotic fantasies come true. Graphic Thrills Volume Two celebrates the epoch of the classic American XXX movie poster. A former writer for New Yorks Screw magazine and the creator of underground film zine Cinema Sewer, author Robin Bougie probes the history of these classic films, interviews the people who made them, and provides candid in-depth reviews. Its time to drop your defences, turn on, and prepare to play dirty once again... get ready for more Graphic Thrills!

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Author Robin Bougie
Binding Paperback
Condition New
Pages 144
ISBN-13 9781903254813
Publisher FAB Press

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