Double Header (1974)

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7 May 2015 | lor_
Dumb porn quickie wastes a good title
Andrea True fans are the main audience for this anonymous throwaway porn film, ineptly made with little interest or conviction.

Picture opens with Andrea on stage singing "Hey Big Spender", little hint of her "More More More" smash hit a couple years later. In the audience a guy pimps her out for $300. True looks truly beautiful humping a young guy (MILF style) on a pool table, including anal sex, cross-cut with lesbian sex scene.

A brunette lesbian employee is jealous of True and mad at her boss Joe. The boss gives her a vibrator and she masturbates as Hendrix's recording of "Let Me Stand Next to Your Fire" plays.

For distraction/variety purposes, this scene is inter-cut with another lesbian back in the dressing room masturbating with a Scotch bottle in her vagina. A wide-eyed diminutive Black guy (Steven Blackwell) peeps and then humps her, comically calling his dick "Black Beauty", and then indulging in anal sex.

Joe the boss meanwhile has won over his lesbian worker who humps him. Bobby Astyr shows up as Morris, sent upstairs to get serviced but nonplussed to find the Black guy there doing his thing. Astyr uses a Jewish accent to do a Jerry Lewis styled routine.

The Scotch bottle lady turns out to be a whore with an assembly-line type operation, and the salt & pepper guys kindly agree to share her favors for $25 apiece. Their troilism scene together is accented by her making fun of both of them being short. As a Led Zeppelin LP plays, she sucks their cocks side by side, giving rise to the film's title. The trio comically dance around singing the Doublemint Gum "Double Your Pleasure" jingle.

Film climaxes with the two lesbians having a cat fight with True, putting the star down on the pool-table for a Sapphic three-way. The print as preserved on a Something Weird 2-fer ends abruptly when Joe arrives and calls them names.

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Release Date:

5 May 1977

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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