In the world of sexploitation, few distributors were as diverse in their offerings as Grads Corp. Presented here are three of their most unique productions: THE BLUE HOUR tells the story of Tanya, a young woman with a mysterious past who finds herself trapped in a sexual hell in Los Angeles. Punctuated by striking visuals and avant garde editing, THE BLUE HOUR is a lost masterpiece of late period sexploitation. ONE NAKED NIGHT follows the life of a young woman who is trying to avoid falling into the same trap that led to her mother's suicide; prostitution. THREE IN A TOWEL is a San Francisco lensed underground oddidty chock full of voluptuous hippie chicks.
All three films have been restored in 2K from 35mm negatives. THE BLUE HOUR and THREE IN A TOWEL are being presented on home video for the first time.
THE BLUE HOUR: 1971 | 82 minutes | Color | 1.85:1
ONE NAKE NIGHT: 1965 | 72 minutes | B&W | 1.33:1
THREE IN A TOWEL: 1969 | 66 minutes | Color | 1.33:1
Directors: Albert T. Viola, Marty Rackum, Ron Nicholas, Sergei Goncharoff
Actors (combined): Edward Blessington, Joseph Sutherin, Anne Chapman, Audrey Campbell
- 2 Disc DVD Set | Region Free | 1.85:1 & 1.33:1 | MONO
- Scanned and restored in 2k from 35mm negatives
- Original theatrical trailer for THREE IN A TOWEL