The Golden Age of Prurience #62


Orgy of the Dead
(Stephen C. Apostolof; 1965)

7 comments:

Maureen said...

Shocking! Sexicolor!

Tom Sutpen said...

It is quite a movie . . . what auteurist critics would call a transitional work in the canon of its screenwriter/producer, Edward D. Wood, Jr.

justjack said...

Plus a second payday for Criswell. Yay!

Christopher said...

"perHAPS shes caught the fancy of the WOLMAN!?"arrrRRROOOOOOoooo!
nothing but endless striptease acts..you gotta be a boobs man to stick this one out..

capewood said...

Criswell? The guy who used to do the goofy predictions on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson?

Tom Sutpen said...

The one and only. He was a close friend and collaborator of the late Edward Wood, having appeared in two films of his (Plan 9 from Outer Space and Night of the Ghouls) along with this one.

swac said...

Plus Mae West sang a song about him. Hard to top that tribute.