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Wild Parties, Sex Out-Of-Wedlock, Lesbianism, You Name It - Everything's Up For Grabs When The ''Casting Couch'' Calls A Chorus Girl Into The Sordid World Of Sex Madness! Dwain Esper's Classic 1938 Sexploitation Film, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive!
Millie wins a beauty contest, leaves her fiancé and small town behind and heads for the "Big Apple" to seek her fortune and fame. What she finds instead are the cold city streets, a job as a chorus girl and a dose of syphilus. A cure's to be had from a kindly city doctor, but will she keep up the treatments when she goes back home to wed? Filled with schmaltzy sentimentality, classic bad acting, and titillating sexual situations that were the hallmark of the Hays Code days of the '30's (Black/White, 51:58).
Joseph Seiden, Vincent Valentini
Vivian McGill ... Millicent Hamilton
Rose Tapley ... Mrs. Hamilton
Al Rigali ... Mr. Hamilton
Mark Daniels ... Wendel Hope (as Stanley Barton)
Linda Lee Hill ... Sheila Wayne
Ruth Edell ... Mrs. Fay
Charles Olcott ... Paul Lorenz
Ed Redding ... Dr. Hampton
Pat Lawrence ... Tom Lorenz
Allen Tower ... Dr. Harris (as Allan Tower)
Richard Bengali ... Mr. Maynard
W. Blake ... Dr. Grenoble
Frank Howsen ... Dr. Bayard
Allan Lee ... Mr. Winthrop
Jean Temple ... Mrs. Winthrop
Albert Patterson ... James Winthrop
Miriam Bilavsky ... Jane
Natalie Donet ... Peggy (as Nathalie Donet)
Polly Bestor ... Betty (as Polly Bester)
Joseph Kramer ... Lon Mays
Harry Antrim ... Theatrical Manager
Dwain Esper, American director and producer of exploitation films (October 7, 1894 - October 18, 1982) was born Dwain Atkins Esper in Snohomish, Washington. A veteran of World War I, Esper worked as a building contractor before switching to the film business in the mid-1920s. He produced and directed inexpensive pictures with titles like Sex Maniac, Marihuana, and How to Undress in Front of Your Husband. To enhance the appeal of these low-budget features, he included scenes containing gratuitous nudity and violence that led some to label him the "father of modern exploitation." Esper's wife, Hildagarde Stadie, wrote many of the scripts for his films. They employed extravagant promotional techniques that included exhibiting the mummified body of notorious Oklahoma outlaw Elmer McCurdy before it was acquired by Dan Sonney. His exploitation/horror film Maniac, also known as Sex Maniac, an directed by Esper, is considered by many film critics and historians to be the worst film of all time. It is a loose adaptation of the Edgar Allan Poe story "The Black Cat" and follows a vaudeville impersonator who becomes an assistant to a mad scientist. Esper died in San Diego, California at the age of 88. He and Hildagarde had two children, Dwain Jr. and Millicent.