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Bulls Market (1970) Don Brown

Bulls Market (1970)
Genre: Drama | Softcore | Short
Country: USA | Director: Don Brown
Language: English | Subtitles: None
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 32mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 712x544 - 23.976fps - 358mb

While most Americans were leading wholesome, productive lives, some men shunned the sun to spend countless hours in decaying shithouses staring at such celluloid sludge as Bulls Market...

With their stock trading business flaccid, partners Tom (Jeff Roberts, of Harvey Swings) and Ben approach Tom’s sexy wife Janet (Sue Peters) with a scheme to perk things up. If Janet’s swinging girlfriends will take care of Tom and Ben's clients, they’ll be rewarded with "dividends." Janet thinks it’s a great idea...Yeah, it’s called prostitution, baby.

We then visit the apartment of one Janet's girlfriends who's enjoying lesbian match-up with another of Janet’s gal pals. The latter leaves as one of Tom and Ben's bossy customers shows up. Quicker than you can say "Dow Jones," the two are groping each other in one of those rolling around tumbles so famous in softcore sex flicks!

For reasons not explained, Janet dons a wig, telephones Ben over, and gives her womanly favors to him. Of course, he doesn’t recognize her until the wig comes off. Really, he doesn't. Janet, on the other hand, is so thrilled by his musky manliness, Janet falls hard for him.

Back at the office, business is better so Tom and his secretary celebrate with some couch canoodling. When he returns home, a note from Janet is on their marital bed informing him that she has run away with Ben. There's a moral message in there somewhere but we're not about to go searching for it...
 Bulls Market (1970)

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