WOW, this is so kool, if you live near LA, you should come out to see this awesome and legendary classic, shot by Larry Revene. Brought to you by Midnight Grind /Video-X-Pix. This is going to be a great night, a midnight showing of one of porn’s greatest tales of Wall Street domination, by a woman, and not just any woman, Veronica Hart. Amazingly, Veronica will be attending the 12 o clock midnight showing. This is a great film, well shot, with vintage NYC landmarks, as well as memorable appearances by Ron Jeremy, Jamie Gillis and of course Veronica Hart. This is a perfect example of what a Chuck Vincent film is all about, good acting, good sex and some great comedy.
There are also rumored to be several others who might swing by and make a cameo appearance. I am flying 3ooo miles out to LA to attend, so if you are near LA, come and show your support, I mean what else are you doing on FRIDAY Nov 5th at 11:59 pm OR midnight!!!
I would love to meet the fans of these great classics, so please come and join us, it should be a great time!! I truly hope to see you there.
- Video-X-Pix & Midnight Grind present
- Wanda Whips Wallstreet
- Fri: 11:59pm (Midnight)
- 1982, USA, 82 minutes
- Adults 18+ ONLY w/ ID. All Tickets $7. Veronica Hart plus other special guests IN PERSON, schedules permitting, to discuss.
- directed by Larry Revene, produced by Chuck Vincent, starring Veronica Hart, Jamie Gillis, Tish Ambrose, Ron Jeremy, Saman
The Legendary filmmaker Joseph Sarno has passed away at the age of 89. Joe was one of the true great directors from the golden age of filmmaking. He made some of the most well known exploitation/sexploitation/XXX films of all time and was adored by thousands of fans around the world. He will be missed by many and our condolences go out to Joe’s family.
I was very young when I first began to know of Joe. He was film guy at my fathers production company, DISTRIBPIX, in the late 60′s and 70′s and even in the 80′s. I would go to work with my dad and that is how I first go to know Joe. He was the koolest guy, especially to a kid, which I was at the time. I have fond memories of being a kid and having dinner with my father and his business associates, and Joe was always there. There was a Chinese restaurant in Chinatown(NYC) and it was everybody’s favorite. It was called 4-5-6. Anyway, they had the best sizzling shrimp/rice soup, amazing fried pork dumplings, and a mind blowing dish called shredded chicken/beef/pork. Many of the dishes were strewn with those red szechuan peppers. Once I remember Joe eating one of those peppers and he started to sweat and turn beet red and his voice got very raspy, it was hilarious. At the time, I really did not know of any of Joe’s work, I was very young and that is the great thing about some of my memories of Joe, they were not necessarily about his filmmaking, but just regular moments, I got to share. Just thought I would share an old memory that came to mind, after learning of his death, earlier today. I am very friendly with Joe’s son, Billy, and he did tell me that Joe has been in and out of the hospital for the past few weeks, so I knew he was ill, but I did not expect this.
Joe was 89 years old and he lived a full and productive life. More often than not ,we have been seeing many legends of the world of filmmaking die way too early in life. I think it is safe to say that in Joe’s case, he had an amazing run. It seems that there is not a single person that I know of who has anything bad to say about Joe Sarno. He was a great guy and even though we were not in constant contact, I will certainly miss him.
As someone who is continuing the great legacy of Distribpix, I am particularly happy trying my best to commemorate the true greats of golden age cinema. For this reason, and with the passing of Joe, we think that it would be a perfect time to introduce a few films by Joe Sarno from the Distribpix vault, THE BED AND HOW TO MAKE IT and NUDE IN CHARCOAL, are 2 that have been re-mastered from the original 35 mm negatives. As soon as we have a release date, we will post it.
WE ARE PROUD OF OUR HUGE LIBRARY OF ASSETS, like original theatrical movie posters, sell sheets, slides, chromes, glossy’s etc. We have thousands of original and unique images, that have been digitized. Here is a small sampling of some of our original sell sheets from the Distribpix library, circa 1968.