It is somehow appropriate that the third and last of this trilogy
was produced by Golan and Globus, and for the record, it is a
prequel. Xaviera, this time played by Martine Beswick, has written a
book called The Happy Hooker. Movie mogul Phil Silvers wants to
option the rights, as he is sure it will be a success. His staff is
incompetent, other than his grandson, who ends up making his own
deal with Xaviera to make an indie film. Of course they need a
little cash, but that is not an insurmountable problem when you have
an entire stable of hookers working for you. The final straw for
Xaviera with the studio was when Adam West (That's right, Batman)
seduced, then trashed her.
Phil SIlvers barks a lot and fights back, but clearly no
established studio is a match for a bunch of hookers when it comes
to movie making.
This time, Xaviera actually gets naked. Martine Beswick shows
breasts and buns. Adam West also shows buns jumping into the pool
with her. Susan Kiger, K. C. Winkler, and Tanya Boyd show breasts,
as do several unknowns.
Phil Silvers was not up to par, although he sometimes reminded me
of Sergeant Bilko of old. Adam West was not at all good. The women
were attractive, and nobody took the film seriously, thank God. If
they had, I would have to question their sanity.
This is also a D. IMDb readers have this one a 3.0, which is a
little odd in that the second one is the best of the three films,
although rated 2.0.
Now for the good news. All three Happy Hooker films are available
in a three disk set, and are quite affordable.