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 Post subject: Distribpix
PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2014 3:51 pm 
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Wanda Whips Wall Street DVD

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Before the Wolf of Wall Street, there was Wanda!

Larry Revene, one of the best adult film cinematographers of all time, took to the director's chair for this wild and wonderful tale of sexual intrigue and economic espionage. Legendary superstar Veronica Hart gives one of her funniest and hottest performances as the scheming small town financial wizard who treks to New York to work her magic at one of the top investment firms in the city. Teaming with her girl Friday Janie (Tish Ambrose), Wanda sleeps her way through the company’s stock holders, using blackmail to absorb their shares. Corporate investigator Lou Perrini (Jamie Gillis) and his assistant Ed (Ron Jeremy) set out to uncover the culprits behind this corporate crime spree. Featuring appearances by adult film legends Samantha Fox, George Payne, Sharon Mitchell, Ron Hudd, and cult favorite Sondra Hillman, this is sophisticated sex comedy as its finest.

Wanda Whips Wall Street was scanned in 2k resolution and encoded for DVD. The source material was a 35mm theatrical print. Although many hours of color correction and digital scratch removal have been performed, there are still instances of scratches/splices, etc. The film is now presented in it's original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1 for the first time on home video.

2k scan of Wanda Whips Wall Street (1982)
Feature Length Audio Commentary with Director,Larry Revene and Lead Actress, Veronica Hart
Video Interview with Larry Revene and Veronica Hart
Restoration Featurette
Slideshow and Ephemera Gallery

Technical Specs:
AR = 1.85:1/Color/82 minutes/Stereo Sound

The Billy Bagg Double Feature: The Adult Films of Bill Lustig DVD

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In VIOLATION OF CLAUDIA (1977), the incredible Sharon Mitchell stars as Claudia, a beautiful, wealthy housewife who enters the seedy and bizarre world of prostitution with the help of her manipulative tennis coach (Jamie Gillis).Also starring Crystal Sync, Long Jeane Silvers and Don Peterson.(63min)

BONUS FEATURES:
•Director Commentary with Bill Lustig and
filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn(63 min)
•Original Theatrical Trailer (Hot Version)
•Sildeshow & Ephemera Gallery

In HOT HONEY (1978), young Honey (Heather Young) refuses to put out for her boyfriend,preferring to tend for her wheelchair bound brother (Jamie Gillis). But soon, Honey begins a strange sexual awakening, seducing men and women alike! Co-starring Serena and Robin Byrd.(71 min)

BONUS FEATURES:

•Director Commentary with Bill Lustig and
filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn(71 min)
•Original Theatrical Trailer (Cool Version)
•Bonus Podcast with Bill Lustig

PACKAGE DETAILS:

# DISCS: 1
AUDIO: Dolby Digital Mono
RUN TIME: 134 minutes
TECH SPECS: AR 1.85:1/ Color
Scanned in 2k from original negatives and digitally restored.

The Henry Paris Collection: 5 Pack Collector's Box Set (2014) DVD

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One of the greatest box sets of all time, own all 5 Henry Paris films in one shot.

The Private Afternoons of Pamela Mann
(1974) Radley Metzger's first artful foray into hard-core filmmaking, Pamela Mann exudes the dirty elegance of mid-1970's NYC. The plot follows a private detective named Frank who is employed by a wealthy businessman to investigate the sexual infidelities of his socialite wife, Pamela. the non-stop excitement includes a casual hook-up on Sutton Place, doing social work with a prostitute, a political cocktail party, a staged abduction and eventual seduction of Frank himself!

Naked Came The Stranger
(1975) Sizzling sex, stunning cinematography, and Metzger’s trademark humor make Naked Came The Stranger, an undisputed classic from the golden age. set in swinging 1970’s New York, the film follows the sexual exploits of radio host Gillian Blake, as she sets out to even the score with her philandering husband, Billy. Highlights include a lavish costume party, the Rudolph Valentino tango, a hilarious twist on s&m, and a very memorable bus ride down Madison Ave!

The Opening of Misty Beethoven
(1976) Widely considered to be the greatest adult film of all time, the award winning Misty Beethoven is the apex of porno chic! basing the film on the classic story Pygmalion, Metzger transplants the action to 1970’s New York, Rome, and Paris as we follow noted sexologist Dr. Seymour Love, as he sets himself the challenge of transforming a lowly streetwalker, into the world’s greatest lover. Stunning cinematography, an incredible soundtrack, and some of the hottest sex scenes ever.

Barbara Broadcast
(1977) Many consider Barbara Broadcast to be the most professional porn film ever shot- witty, sophisticated & erotic. Filmed in NYC’s most unusual restaurant, the Olympia ballroom, where the waiters/waitresses serve more than just food, the film begins with the rendezvous of Barbara Broadcast (celebrity sex expert) and a hot-blooded reporter and follows thier ensuing adventures- an orgy of sexual feasting. The film is packed full of elaborate settings, superb dialogue and hot sex.

Maraschino Cherry
(1979) Metzger’s swan song to the genre, Maraschino Cherry- is a sparkling example of what made him famous; decadent settings, beautiful people, humorous dialogue- and sizzling eroticism of the highest order. A madame takes on the task of initiating her younger sister into the world of running a pricey house of prostitution. The action includes passion at a piano bar, the infamous matador scene, and an s&m-dungeon sequence that is one of the hottest of all time.

5 Pack Collector's Set Includes:

•5 Henry Paris Full Length Features, with double sided box art and clear dvd cases
•Colorful, embossed and hand-numbered 5 pack case- NUMBERED 1 through 500 (limit to 500 units)
•Collectible 4x6 Magnet, exclusively available inside the numbered box set (limit 500 units)
- All films have been scanned in 2k from the original camera negatives


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 Post subject: Re: Distribpix
PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2014 3:54 pm 
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Figured these guys deserve a thread if VinSyn gets one. They seem to be moving towards a similar style of releasing. The Sweetheart Theatres line appears to be their version of VS's Peekarama.

The Blu-rays of The Opening of Misty Beethoven and Barbara Broadcast are still available, though apparently are close to going out of print. The other three Henry Paris/Radley Metzger films are planned for Blu-ray next year according to a recent blog post, but they have yet to decide how to release these (individually, all 3 in a box set, or all 5 in a box set).

Previous discussion of Distribpix titles here.


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 Post subject: Re: Distribpix
PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2014 3:58 pm 
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I'm kind of fascinated by Refn showing up to do commentaries for porn, when he didn't bother to do one for Drive- what's his connection here?


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 Post subject: Re: Distribpix
PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2014 4:01 pm 
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Maybe it's like all those Soderbergh commentaries where he invites a colleague to interview him/press him for details rather than sit by himself. Lustig also owns Blue Underground and his bombastic style of filmmaking isn't far from Refn's, perhaps he's a fan or a friend?


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 Post subject: Re: Distribpix
PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2014 4:02 pm 
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He may have owned the prints for these films. Something similar happened on the Flipside release for those Andy Milligan films.


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 Post subject: Re: Distribpix
PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2014 4:20 pm 
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I haven't listened to them yet but Refn is helping produce a new Maniac Cop film with Lustig, so clearly he's a fan. But I think the commentaries came first as they were recorded all the way back in 2010, during the filming of Drive.

There is a podcast with Lustig and Distribpix owner Steven Morowitz here.


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 Post subject: Re: Distribpix
PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2014 4:41 pm 
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There is an explanation at the end of the podcast. Lustig and Refn are long time friends and shared an apartment in NYC for 5 years, and it was during this period that Refn petitioned Lustig to gets these films out, promising to do commentaries with him if it ever happened.


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 Post subject: Re: Distribpix
PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2014 6:21 pm 
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Refn also has form in helping out adventurous release programmes - the BFI Flipside series owes much of its recent output to his patronage.


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 Post subject: Re: Distribpix
PostPosted: Fri Oct 31, 2014 1:31 pm 
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And, at least according to the Drive thread, he has done a commentary for that film but it is only on a Japanese release.


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