Thursday, November 13, 2014

Mystery Movie: THE STRANGE LOVE LIFE OF HITLER (1972)



An adult movie titled THE STRANGE LOVE LIFE OF HITLER opened in Seattle on March 31, 1972 with ad art swiped from LOVE CAMP 7. It could be a re-titling of that film, or it could be something else, like HITLER'S HOUSE OF PLEASURE...


...which opened in San Francisco with NAZI SLAVES in January 1971.

3 comments:

John Black said...

I was going to school in nearby Tacoma at that time, and don't recall seeing that ad for the Embassy Theater in Seattle. My guess is that it was LOVE CAMP 7, with Friedman unaware of that theatrical engagement.

Guy Callaway said...

Could also be 'Nazi SEXperiments' ('70), with the hardcore snipped.

John Black said...

The Embassy Theatre ad specifies "No One Under 21," so the hardcore wouldn't have to be snipped in that situation.

For many years, The Embassy operated as a grindhouse theater, open all night and showing a different triple bill every day of the week. Eventually, like so many smaller downtown theaters, it offered a steady diet of adults-only porno flicks.

The Embassy had two different box offices on two different streets, and I believe that it was the only west coast movie theater with that kind of configuration.