Thursday, December 19, 2013

Uschi's Hollywood Adventure (1970)

AKA: Raquel's Motel

Director: ???

Writer: ???

Composer: ???

Starring: Uschi Digard, Maria Arnold, Ron Darby, Nora Wieternik

More info: IMDb

Tagline: Where the guests never stay the whole night

Plot: The hotel manager has a close eye on the maid, and the guests - for the few hours spent in day time, in her establishment. After being spectator to a number of sexcapades, the young woman falls into the lusty deeds herself.

My rating: 6/10

Will I watch it again? No.

#22 on the Uschi Digard Needs to Have My Babies Project

Here's one of those exploitation pictures that exists to show some skin, one that has narration over the entire flick.  Hell, this one doesn't even have Uschi's real voice.  It opens with her bitchin' about her man being sent off to war when all of the sudden newlyweds John and Barbara show up to rent a room at her motel.  She checks them in and watches the show.

See, they start making out because they're young and married.  HA!  All of this behind a groovy soundtrack.  Now we masturbate!

"If my man doesn't get here soon I'll be climbing the walls!"

So now she goes to their, hoping John is there alone but it's Barbara instead.  They go shopping and talk about fucking other dudes, recounting their previous experiences.

I bet you can figure out where this is going.

Meanwhile, the groom has designs on the chambermaid.

You can see how unbelievable sexy this is.

Meanwhile, Raquel and Barbara get it on (which is only natural).

After their box lunch, John gets busted bangin' the chambermaid.

But that's OK 'cause it's just an excuse for everyone to simulate having sex for 10 minutes.

And then the movie abruptly ends.  This is typical of the era during the transition into hardcore pornography, monotonous simulated sex with strange narration and a groovy soundtrack.  This one is better than most in that the visuals aren't as repetitive and it's got Uschi Digard and her jungle drums.  I swear those things should be hanging in a museum like the Louvre. You can pick it up for ten bucks at

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