R | | Drama
A street whore desperately seeks love and acceptance against the backdrop of the criminal element of early 1970s Times Square.
Fred J. Lincoln and Richard Towers made The Last House on the Left the same year.
So, Billy. How have you been? How's your mother?
Billy: Still bitching.
Cherry Lane: If you got a job, she wouldn't bitch so much.
Billy: Look who's talking.
Cherry Lane: What do you mean? I work. My office stretches from upper Broadway to the end of Christopher Street. A good "woman" ...
The film was originally available for theatrical distribution in two different cuts by William Mishkin Motion Pictures, the original XXX hardcore version, under the title "Fleshpot on 42nd Street" which ran the full 84 minutes and the X softcore version titled "The Girls of 42nd Street" which was cut down to 81 minutes.
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