Genre: Adult | Drama
Country: USA | Director: Cecil Howard
Language: English | Subtitles: none
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 79mn
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New Year’s Eve day starts with rich old Mr. Luther seducing his maid D’Arcy. Zelda the artist is then shown touching herself. Ross the trumpet player gets an alternate treatment for his hangover by his lover Celeste. Louis the sailor hurries home to his missed girlfriend Betsy, and finds himself joining her and lesbian Faith. Ross fights and makes up with Brandy the singer. Erin the babysitter gets it on with her boyfriend Jonathan. Having enough, Louis heads to a pub and finds himself leaving with a lonely wife. Her husband Artie does the same with Zelda. The party begins as Celeste arrives as Mr. Luther’s caterer and catches him with his maid. She hides in the laundry room after he tries to do the same with her, but he follows her and his maid locks it externally. Elsewhere, Alice the starlet tries to get a casting couch with Roman the producer, while her mother Gloria is picked up in the party by younger guest Arthur.
I’m moving all posts from vintageclassix to myduckisdead (it will take some time). A VINTAGE CLASSIX menu has been added to the left sidebar. From now on new stuff and reups will be posted here.
Pleased to see this dual site coverage ! FWIW, I’ve yet to run into any problem accessing Vintage Classix, and that’s for some years now. There was that bar one had to click on acknowledging the adult content, but — curiously enough — it did not turn up when visiting the site yesterday.
That is because of said change. I was confused at first too, but you do not have to be logged in to your google account in order to access Vintageclassix. Blogger recognizes via cookie that you have a G account. With the new change they can make sure that no minors access these nasty flicks anymore. Concerned Women for America are happy that appropriate steps have been taken to protect the innocent souls of their kids (and their not so innocent husbands).
O.K., just finally hit that Sign In requirement for Vintage Classix @ Blogger, one step past that “consent to access” bar — a first for me — so I see the annoyance some were referencing.