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Re: Clarifying the intent/strategy for such a festival [was:Re: A 1st cut at a "Noir-Roughie" series...]
Posted by Wisconsin Mark on 9/2/2015, 11:06 am, in reply to "Re: Clarifying the intent/strategy for such a festival [was:Re: A 1st cut at a "Noir-Roughie" series...]"
Edited by Wisconsin Mark on 9/2/2015, 11:07 am
But some color roughies sound interesting - Byron Mabe's Nude Django aka Brand of Shame (1968), a roughie Western with a notorious whipping scene that may not survive intact in existing prints; Michael and Roberta Findlay's Mnasidika (1969) ("In ancient Greece, a rapist/killer is captured by a lesbian tribe"); William Rotsler's Mantis in Lace aka Lila (1968), about a topless dancer / serial killer; Bobby O'Donald's The Night Hustlers (1968), about a French novelist collecting sex anecdotes for his next novel (!); and David W. Hanson's and George Meadows' Judy aka The Gunner (1970), about a sex killer in Boston's Combat Zone.