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Candy Goes to Hollywood (1979)

  • Orjinal İsim: Candy Goes to Hollywood (1979)
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  • Filmin Türü: Erotic Retro Vintage
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CAST: Carol Connors, Gail Palmer, John Leslie, Wendy O. Williams, John Leslie, Richard Pacheco, Turk Lyon, Rhonda Jo Petty & Desiree Cousteau

Starring adult pioneer Carol Connors-mother of actress Thora Birch, together with frequent co-star and husband Jack Birch-in what is essentially yet another creative riff upon the poem of “Candide” by Voltaire. In this case, The Erotic Adventures of Candy and Candy Goes to Hollywood share similarities with director Alex De Renzy’s “Pretty Peaches” series, albeit with a much more comedic and less subversive sense of tone.
Connors plays up the idea of a bright eyed but naive sexpot to the hilt as she flaunts her way through both films, with The Erotic Adventures of Candy being more of a coming of age story ripped straight from the pages of Voltaire, with Candy Goes to Hollywood showcasing a bit more worldly, yet no less trusting Candy working her way through the perilously sleazy avenues of show business. The title cards list Gail Palmer as the creative force behind both of these films, but this was likely an advertising front for journeyman director Bob Chinn, who was known to ghost direct and write Palmer’s films behind the scenes. This makes sense, as the pictures definitely capture the sunny and sexy vibe which much of Chinn’s work possessed. There’s also an impressive cast at place here alongside Connors, including adult film legends John Holmes, John Leslie, Richard Pacheco and Georgina Spelvin. Plasmatics singer Wendy O. Williams is even featured in a cameo role during a Candy Goes to Hollywood sequence spoofing the 1970s gonzo program The Gong Show. This second film is probably the more enjoyable and well made of the two Candy films, featuring less dubbed dialog, stronger performances and a more light hearted, self-aware feeling, right down the opening theme which blatantly rips off the Bee Gee’s theme to Saturday Night Fever. Both films are fun, fast romps, however and probably bring to mind many of the cliches so closely associated with adult cinema of this period, albeit in the best possible way.

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