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March 23, 2022

Episode 564: Little Orphan Dusty (1978)

Episode 564: Little Orphan Dusty (1978) Special Guest: Rhonda Jo Petty
Guest Co-Hosts: Jill Nelson, Rahne Alexander

Our exploration of adult films continues with a look at Little Orphan Dusty. The credits say the film was co-directed by Bob Chinn and thought there’s a little controversy about that. Released in 1978, the film stars Rhonda Jo Petty as the titular Dusty, a woman attacked by a gang of bikers who eventually is rescued by Frankie (John Holmes), an artist who tries to help Dusty after a traumatic rape. Unfortunately, those bikers are really damned persistent...

Jill Nelson and Rahne Alexander join Mike to discuss the controversial film, its litigious advertising campaign, and its odd sequel (which co-stars Eric Edwards). Rhonda Jo Petty talks about making the film and her relationship with co-star John Holmes.

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