All the Lovin' Money Can Buy! "The varieties of 'Scarlet Ladies' are infinite. Sometimes it's the good girl gone wrong, sometimes it's the smart one who's just a little too smart..." Or sometimes it's someone like Callie Sue, a pretty black secretary who sells herself to a white co-worker after remembering a violent assault by redneck racists. Or go-go girl Julie, whose manager sets her up with a perverted "producer" she's supposed to "be nice" to. Or Barbara, a suburban housewife who owes money to a loan shark and tries to take it out in trade. They're just three of The Hookers who stalk the Big City in this sordid slice of '60s sexploitation with giant hairdos, creepy lechers, and a crew member's head in a mirror!
Plus: It's hookers vs. hoodlums when the mob tries to muscle in on Madame Sue and her Times Square Street Walkers. So successful is Sue's operation that mobster Carny Bill declares war, and his men start shooting, stabbing, and hanging whores until the girls from the P.P.S. (that's Prostitutes Protective Society) and fight back with their own brand of shooting, stabbing, and laundry-room drowning in this gloriously insane New York nudie from Barry Mahon (The Beast That Killed Women). But remember: "You can't trick a hooker!"
Originally released in 1967, the sexploitation film HOOKERS explores the daily lives of several different prostitutes. All gravitating towards the trade for their own unique reasons, each woman boasts a highly personal style, in and out of the bedroom. Filled with obvious bloopers, crazy costumes, and '60s sleaze, HOOKERS has all the makings of a cult classic.
Next, it's a war between mobsters and hookers in P.P.S., another nudity-filled romp through the world of New York prostitution and mob activity. Set largely around a 42nd street brothel, the film contains as much senseless violence as it does sex.