California: Eve Productions, 1965. Vintage pressbook for the 1965 film.
The final film in Russ Meyer's "noir" cycle (1964-1965), or "Gothic" period, as Meyer puts it, a series of sexploitation films shot in black and white, with powerful and vengeful female characters, male impotence, and a serious dramatic plot involving less of the "nudie" filmmaking style so prominent in the director's early films. One of the first films to discuss post-traumatic stress disorder in a Vietnam War veteran.
Six pages, saddle stitched, 11 x 17 inches. Folded once horizontally. Very Good plus overall.
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