Episode 158: Smoker

Special Guests: Ron Jeremy, Sharon Mitchell, David Christopher, Susie Bright

Smoker tells the tale of Madame Suque (Sharon Mitchell), a sexual terrorist who creates an explosive device in the form of a marital aid. When her lackey (Ron Jeremy) accidentally sells it, all manner of voyeurism and bondage break out.

Guest co-host Heather Drain joins us again to discuss Veronika Rocket's avant-garde adult film.

Links:
Buy the uncut version of Smoker on DVD
Be sure to LIKE Ron Jeremy on Facebook
Visit Susie Bright's Journal
Buy Susie Bright's The Erotic Screen Volume 1
Learn more about "The Cambria List"
Learn more about Sharon Mitchell in Golden Goddesses: 25 Legendary Women of Classic Erotic Cinema
Buy Ron Jeremy's Hardest (Working) Man in Showbiz
Read more from Heather Drain at DangerousMinds.net
Hear more of Susie Bright on our Night Dreams episode
Hear more of Heather Drain on our Opening of Misty Beethoven episode

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  1. Excellent, Excellent podcast! Along with The Rialto Report (which is also interviewing Sharon Mitchell ) you give great insight and a respectful review of adult films during the "Golden Age". I still have your Raw Talent podcast, and listen to it often. I've never heard of or seen "Smoker"; after your podcast, I had to see it, finally found a VOD source at Adult DVD Empire. This was the cut VCA version; even so, it was an intriguing piece of east coast '80 adult film, very different from the sunnier west coast productions. Re the interviews, loved your talk with Sharon Mitchell (and the way the Projection Booth and Rialto Report support each other !). Your interview with David Christopher was wild! He just went to all sorts of places. Reminds me of the late night FM Radio personalities on WBAI here in New York during the seventies - they would have these long monologues, stories within stories, that would go on and on, but never be boring! Agree with Rob re the poor job that the Adult film industry has done in preserving the golden age films. While searching for information on Smoker, came upon a thread in the AVManiacs forum, where it was stated that VCA Pictures, in addition to cutting and reediting classic films, actually cut the negatives, not just a print. If so, that's insane! Look forward to your future podcast on Waterpower.

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