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Good Hot Stuff (1975)

Compilation of gay adult film excerpts from the 1960s and 1970s.

Directors:

Tom DeSimone (as Thomas DeSimone), Jack Deveau

Writer:

Moose 100 (script)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jack Deveau Jack Deveau ... Himself
Peter De Rome Peter De Rome ... Himself
Robert Alvarez Robert Alvarez ... Himself
David Earnest David Earnest ... Himself
Sydney Soons Sydney Soons ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brian Destazio Brian Destazio
Shawn Roberts Shawn Roberts
Eric Stryker Eric Stryker
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Compilation of gay adult film excerpts from the 1960s and 1970s.

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Genres:

Adult

Certificate:

X
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 May 1975 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Histoire d'homme See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Hand in Hand Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Compilation of Hand in Hand features includes rare James Bidgood footage

Promo for Hand in Hand's back catalogue features extracts from the films the company made or distributed up until 1975. The clips (mostly far too long) are introduced by actor Mark Woodward (one of several participants not listed on IMDb)and interspersed with mostly feeble inserts (out takes and non-analytical interviews). The chief interest is that it includes "making of" footage and presumably much of what was shot of James Bidgood's abandoned follow-up to "Pink Narcissus". It's absolutely untrue that the footage at the end of "Good Hot Stuff" is "Pink Narcissus" itself. It is in fact all we'll ever see of "Bagdad" starring Woodward. Throughout, "Good Hot Stuff" transfers are extremely variable. Some clips are sharp, others look as though they've been telerecorded (kinescoped in US). Hand in Hand boss Jack Deveau is interviewed, once with director Peter de Rome while they're allegedly editing the trailer for de Rome's "Adam & Yves". This is of interest. However the "Bagdad" footage is of major importance. It's impossible to know for sure but it appears as though this film could have been a worthy follow-up to Bidgood's cult hit. It's certainly in his inimitable style (and, unlike "Pink Narcissus", hardcore). It's been given an appropriate middle eastern score by Hand in Hand regular David Earnest. An excerpt runs under the end credits. Worth seeking out.


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