"Cherry, Harry & Raquel"

Cherry, Harry & Raquel (1969) is an early Russ Meyer exploitation film, and carries an X rating. Cherry is a nurse, and is Harry's girlfriend. Raquel is a hooker. Harry is a corrupt sheriff of an Arizona border town, and mainly smuggles in pot from Mexico. He reports to Franklin, who is the head gangster. An associate, Apache, is going into business for himself, and Harry is ordered to kill Apache. It isn't that easy.

Harry sleeps with Raquel and Cherry, Cherry sleeps with Harry and Raquel, and Raquel sleeps with everyone else in the film, except Soul (played by Ushi Digard). Soul has no English lines, and no interaction with other characters, He role is to pop up nude here and there. Larissa Ely plays Raquel, and shows breasts and buns, as do all of the women. Cherry is played by Linda Ashton, and Harry is played by Charles Napier. Michelle Grand shows breasts and bush as a gyno patient at the hospital where Cherry works.

IMDB readers have this at 5.9 of 10. The master used for this DVD was clearly faded, as the transfer lacks contrast and saturation. The story has no merit, but this is a good example of early soft-core, complete with redeeming social merit voice-over at the start and finish about the evils of pot. It is only for sex in cinema historians, and fans of the stars. D.

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  • Larissa Ely (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12)
  • Linda Ashton (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16)
  • Michelle Grand (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)
  • Ushi Digard (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32)

  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)


    Quiet Days in Clichy is a terrible, unwatchable movie, an interpretation of a Henry Miller novel made by simply taking Miller's dialogue out of the book and filming the episodes as written, sometimes changing the order of the episodes, although for no apparent reason. The style is "early home movie". They knew they wanted to film a Henry Miller script, without really knowing why, other than to make it racy. The film was banned in the United States, and the uncut version has never been seen before in this country, although 75 still images from the film were published in the Grove Press edition of the book, and a few of these images actually became semi-famous posters back in the hippie years. I guess it was banned because the film includes about 5 seconds of an erection, and about a 15 second close-up of the old in-out, as seen from just behind some guy's butt. In other words, you basically can see his arsehole and his balls in front of some dark stuff. That was controversial stuff in 1970, especially since this was supposed to be arthouse, not grindhouse. There isn't all that much sex. About 55 minutes of it could be a travelogue of Paris and Luxembourg. It is an interesting historical curiosity, including an obscene sound track by radical music legends Country Joe and the Fish

    • Louise White thumbs
    • Louise White. #6 was a semi-popular poster. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)
    • other thumbs (1, 2)
    • Anne Kehler (1, 2)
    • Lisbet Lundquist This one was made into a poster.
    • Ulla Koppel (1, 2)
    • Susanne Krage (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
    • some others (one of the bath chicks is Petronella, but I don't know which.) #3 was occasionally seen as a poster back then. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)


    • Marvel Comics to unveil a gay gunslinger, The Rawhide Kid, who comments in the first edition how he admires the Lone Ranger's powder blue outfit. Yup, he's an ornery sidewinder, yet he never forgets to set aside a little time for his mother. He's tough and squinty-eyed, yet a good moisturizer helps him avoid any telltale crow's-feet. He's a desperado who's quick on the draw, yet not too quick to leave the hide-out without accessorizing. He's one well groomed rootin'-tootin' buckaroo who'll send ya to Boot Hill in a pine box color-coordinated with your outfit. He'll never shoot a man in the back -  at least not with his gun. He owns the streets of  Tombstone, except when there's a good new musical revue opening down at the Long Branch.

    • The Irish bookies are taking bets on the next pope. The Rawhide Kid is currently 1000000-1.

    • Today's Kitschy Khristmas gift recommendation - the Bobblehead Jesus

    • "Whitney's wacky outdoor show" (actual FoxNews headline)

    • FHM's complete article on Jolene Blalock (with pictures). Her education stopped at elementary school. She dropped out of HS in her freshman year.

    • Turns out Winona Ryder wasn't the only celebrity client of a Los Angeles doctor who got defrocked for repeated acts of unprofessional conduct, including the excessive prescription of narcotics like Demerol and Xanax. According to a detailed investigative report from California state regulators, Dr. Feelgood also improperly prescribed drugs to Ryder's buddy Courtney Love. Details at: http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/cletdrugs1.html

    • If you just can't wait - Two Towers photo gallery

    • Here's some scary shit for you young guys from a government web site. "If and when the Congress and the President reinstate a military draft, the Selective Service System would conduct a National Draft Lottery to determine the order in which young men would be drafted."

    • ROCK chick Meg Mathews plays down her wild, party girl reputation — by, er, stripping naked for a glossy magazine. Meg, ex-wife of Oasis rocker Noel Gallagher, gets nude, and The Sun is there.
    • The hidden delights in the weekend edition of Box Office Mojo.

      • A little sci-fi film named Equilibrium, released in only 300 theaters, grossed more per screen than the highly promoted Treasure Planet. Although virtually unheralded, Equilibrium is creating quite a buzz among the young guys on the internet in chat rooms and bulletin boards. It is currently rated an astronomical 8.1 (!?) at IMDb. Ebert awarded a solid 3 stars, but EW gave it a D+, calling it too derivative.

      • Empire, made for a measly four million dollars, took in more per screen ($7200) than Harry Potter ($2900) and James Bond ($3800) added together!

      • On the other side of the coin was the major blunder Extreme Ops. Reportedly budgeted at $40 million, filled with elaborate shots of extreme winter sports in the remote Alps, with a plot combining soft drink commercials and fugitive Yugoslavian war criminals, it grossed $4 million in two weeks, despite a semi-enthusiastic 1800 theater roll-out. I saw it. I never wrote it up because there wasn't any nudity, but it was dreadful, despite terrific work from the stunt guys, who did some great skiing and snowboarding.


    Here are the latest movie reviews available at scoopy.com.

    • The yellow asterisks indicate that I wrote the review, and am deluded into thinking it includes humor.
    • If there is a white asterisk, it means that there isn't any significant humor, but I inexplicably determined there might be something else of interest.
    • A blue asterisk indicates the review is written by Tuna (or Lawdog or Junior or C2000 or Realist or ICMS or Mick Locke, or somebody else besides me)
    • If there is no asterisk, I wrote it, but am too ashamed to admit it.

    Scorpion's Skinemax
    Kate Rodger Breast exposure and far off full frontal views in scenes from "The Protector".

    Keri Windsor
    (1, 2)

    Lots of skin in hot 3-way (link #1) and lesbo (link #2) sex scenes. From the movie "Wicked Temptations" (2002).

    Kitten Natividad
    (1, 2, 3)

    The ultra-busty actress showing off her two most famous parts, as well as bum, bush and gyno-views! 'Caps from "Bodacious Ta Ta's" (1984).

    Monique Parent One of Scorpion's favorites showing off all the goodies in scenes from an episode of "Erotic Confessions".

    Monique Parent
    (1, 2, 3)

    Mostly breasts in these 'caps, with a hint of bush and bum here and there...combined with lots of pseudo sex. Vidcaps from "Wicked Temptations" (2002).

    Shari Shattuck Toplessness and in her undies in scenes from "Tainted" (1988).

    Tess Broussard
    (1, 2)

    Robo-hooters, some bum views, a hint of pubes, and some pseudo sex in scenes from "Wicked Temptations" (2002).

    'Caps and comments by Hankster:

    Today we feature Penélope Cruz in "Vanilla Sky". The first 2 are just Penelope looking sexy. The next 4 show breast exposure while making it with Tom Cruise.

    • Penélope Cruz (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

    Claire Keim Very nice full frontal nudity from the French actress in scenes from "The Girl" (1999).

    Ludivine Sagnier From the movie "Water Drops On Burning Rocks" (1999). A gorgeous body, but a lame movie. If you'd like to see more of this young French actress nude, I posted a brief review and some 'caps in the August 8, 2002 edition.

    Maria Schrader Bush and a little bit of breast exposure in "Stille Nacht" (1995).

    Matleena Kuusniemi Very nice topless and frontal nudity in a sex scene from the Finnish movie "Levottomat" (2000).

    My apologies to Mr. Grundy for a link I messed up a while back. Here it is, fixed at last.

    'Caps and comments by Mr. Grundy.

    • CAPUCINE from Sergio Corbucci's "The Con Artists" (1976)... unfortunately, not a nudie. However, the last time I checked over a month ago, I was surprised there was barely anything in the archives, featuring this most striking-looking French actress. (The first time I took note of her was in a later "Pink Panther" film, and I remember going, 'whoa!'.)

    As always, Mr. Grundy invites you to visit him at Sick Sexy Sinema Shots

    Joanie Laurer
    (1, 2)

    aka former wrestler "Chyna". Looking a lot less buff these days, and barely covering her breasts out in public.

    Rachel Williams
    (1, 2)

    Very nice B&W nudes by Marsie from a 1991 appearance in the French Photo magazine.

    Emma de Caunes A very brief bit of nipple exposure from the French actress in scenes from "Sans plomb" (2000). Vidcaps by Erik Da Red.

    Victoria Silvestedt
    (1, 2, 3)

    Incase you haven't had enough...here are 3 more large and very high quality scans of the Swedish mega-babe, posing topless (or mostly topless) from her 2003 calendar.

    Rosanna Arquette
    (1, 2, 3, 4)

    Looking great topless in scenes from the well filmed, but very dull Luc Besson movie, "The Big Blue".

    Magdalena Wrobel
    (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

    Cleavage, hands over boobs, and very nice see-thru (link #5) poses from the Polish model.

    Nicole Kidman
    (1, 2, 3)

    Kidman bares her bum, and shows off her abs in scenes from "The Birthday Girl". Thanks to Snowblind for the 'caps.

    Pat Reeder www.comedy-wire.com
    Pat's comments in yellow...

    Hee-Haw! - At the Washington, DC, Christmas Tree lighting gala, Roy Clark was dressed as Santa, singing "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer," and he didn't realize that his Santa pants had fallen down. Fortunately, it was so cold, he had on sweat pants underneath. He kept right on singing as cameras caught President Bush cracking up and Laura Bush trying to stifle a ladylike chuckle. Later, the crowd roared when Bush said, "I appreciate Santa coming. It looks like he needs a belt for Christmas."

  • After that performance, he needed a good, stiff belt.
  • This is why the best Santas have extremely long beards.
  • Thank God for those sweat pants, or the kids would've seen what else was red.
  • It's the first time a jolly fat man has dropped his pants in the White House since Clinton left.

    And He Needed One More Beer - Last Thursday in Bandera, Texas, a jury gave life in prison to Steven Brasher for murdering his longtime pal Willie Lawson by shooting Lawson in the head because he drank Brasher's last cold beer. Brasher claimed it was an accident, but he gave a taped statement in which he said there were only two beers left in his fridge, so he took one and warned Lawson not to take the last one.

  • You'd think this would fall under Texas's old "He needed killin'" rule.
  • Lawson drank his LAST beer?! He should've pleaded temporary insanity!
  • The Texas jury would've let him go, but then they found out it was Lite Beer.

    The Billy Bob's Of Titty Bars - On Friday, the world's largest strip club will open in Las Vegas. The Sapphire Gentlemen's Club cost $30 million and is 71,000 square feet, with four stages, 13 skyboxes for a bird's eye view, and up to 800 strippers a night performing. A reporter for the Las Vegas Weekly says it's a very classy place designed to lure neophytes, strip club regulars and even women, who now think it's cool to go to strip clubs with their female friends.

  • Tuesday is Amateur Night.
  • What better place to meet some really classy guys?
  • The skyboxes are for guys who think they're not getting a good enough look at the nipples from ground level.
  • 800 strippers?! Guys will feel like kids at a three-ring circus: they won't know which way to look!...They'll have paramedics on hand to treat all the whiplash!

    A Royal Pain - Los Angeles County prosecutors released a police report that Winona Ryder's lawyer tried to suppress. It said that detectives found that between January 1996 and December 1998, Ryder got 37 prescriptions for painkillers from 20 doctors, some under fake names. Her lawyer accused them of trying to embarrass Ryder just because she's working on some "pain management issues."

  • With 37 prescriptions, it must take a whole board of directors to manage her pain!
  • It can be very painful hiding all those designer accessories in your underwear.
  • She needed 37 painkillers just to sit through the premiere of "Autumn In New York."