Smut on the big screen in 1970

Before Times Square theaters (and others scattered around the city) began routinely showing triple-X flicks, they pushed the envelope with low-rent, R-rated fare—like these two movies advertised in a December 1970 edition of the New York Post

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In the pre-Internet, pre-cable, pre-VCR days, this was about as much skin as you could possibly see on screen. Looks almost romantic compared to what’s available today!

An Ephemeral reader sent in this link to the very soft-core, surprisingly action-packed trailer for The Student Nurses

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One Response to “Smut on the big screen in 1970”

  1. mykola (mick) dementiuk Says:

    It was romantic, I spent countless hours in movie theaters all over the city just like that, often with a girl but usually alone gazing at risque flicks but never understanding that the world was a lot different than they portrayed. I’d give anything just to go back…ah, but I can’t. That’s my loss, to know it once existed and now has passed by into the shades of time. Oh well, life goes on I guess…

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