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42nd Street Pete's Signature Performer Series: John Holmes Collection (2-Disc)

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International superstar John Holmes made well over 200 full-length films, and his movies still sell today. At the height of his career, he worked with a Who s Who of Grindhouse actresses including Seka, Marilyn Chambers, Ginger Lynn, Candy Samples, and many others. Holmes commanded the then unheard of salary of $3,000 a day in his prime, and he also had a lucrative man for hire business, where wealthy women paid big bucks for a night with the legend. Holmes sold snippets of his hair to female fans. He admitted that when he was trimmed out his girlfriend would just snip some hair off her poodle and sell that! He has been the subject of a couple documentaries including Wadd the moniker of his hard-boiled detective screen character.

Featured on this rare collection - Dear Pam (1976) Advice columnist Pam Slanders (Crystal Sync) is a respected columnist, who has been nominated for the Most Moral Woman of the Year Award by the Decency and Morality League. The League consists of Rose Cummings (Jennifer Jordan), Richard Grandik (John Holmes) and Barton Fartblow (Tony The Hook Perez). The stellar cast also includes Eric Edwards and C.J. Laing.

Also in this collection are ten authentic rare 1970 s 8mm loops starring Holmes hand-picked by yours truly, 42nd Street Pete.

Disc 1

- Dear Pam feature film

- After Hours Trailer Vault

Disc 2

- John Holmes Loop Collection

- 42nd Street Pete Trailer Vault

Special Features


Product Details

  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0018SO2WA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #158,210 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Disc contents and special features include:

Disc One: Dear Pam

Crystal Sync ... Pam Slanders

Jennifer Jordan ... Rose Cumming

C.J. Laing ... Gladys Mygrain

Lorraine Alraune ... Jean Kumkwik (as Beverly Bovy)

Ginger Snaps ... Sandy Phallis

Roberta Findlay ... Miss Klug (as Anna Riva)

John Holmes ... Richard Grandik

Tony Perez "The Hook" ... Barton Fartblow

Eric Edwards ... Harry Phallis

Howard Humper ... Karl - a Waiter

The print is good with both video and sound decent for a movie of that era.

Eric Edwards is a brash horndog businessman that first lays C.J.Laing during a receptionist interview in a restaurant booth, taking her virginity in the process. Then he does his friends wife in the bathtub, and she afterward announces that she has become pregnant from their affair, and then after returning home he does his step-daughter in her bed while she pretends to be dreaming of screwing her boyfriend as she screws Eric.

Next we find Tony Perez getting accosted by an underage girl and soon she is complaining about and then enjoying Tony's oversized meat. Tony then returns to Jennifer Jordan, and deaf to her protests, he shoves his shaft into her as well.

Back at the office Jennifer Jordan arrives and proceeds to go down on C.J. Laing, who afterward falls asleep on the couch. Moments later John Holmes enters and decides to screw her while she's sleeping, though she of course wakes up and makes a weak protest as her recently de-virginized pussy is stuffed with Johns giant stick.

Next Holmes and Crystal Sync get it on, which leads into the end of the movie Orgy scene that includes C.J. Laing deepthroating John Holmes.
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It's hard to view a John Holmes movie without thinking about the movie Boogie Nights.I don't know how close Boogie Nights was to actual facts but it leaves an impression.Are John Holmes movies just 70's porn or are they historical evidence of a famous person, regardless of his profession.Obviously his fame is not the results of his acting ability nor his good looks.He was tall and skinny,some what athletic, and blessed or cursed, however you want to look at it, with an over-sized member of his anatomy which he put to use to make money and fame.He died in his forties from aids so the addage "He who lives by the sword dies by the sword" is some what appropriate.He definitely had a sword and he lived by it.
This package that 42nd Street Pete put together has some interesting things in it and some surprises.The main feature is pretty much a standard 70's porno except you actually hear the characters speaking with their own voices.The only voice overs occured when the action got hot.Even though the voice overs didn't make sense it was better than some of the insane music that is often played in these movie types.Two surprises.One of the lead female roles is played by one of Joe Sarno's girls.If you study these type of films you will often see actresses who bounce from hard core to soft core to B movies and some even in bit parts in movies a little higher up than B movies.Rene Bond is probably the most recognized but there were quite a few others as well.They must have been busy ladies.The second surprise is that I did not recognize Big John until his pants came down. He was sporting a poofy hairdo
and some whiskers.I'll admit he looked better than that slicked back hair he normally wore. As for a plot there was one but as is typical with this movie type it is least important.
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