Mondo Keyhole

Mondo Keyhole is a 1966 film directed by Jack Hill in his directorial debut. A sexploitation drama, it covers themes such as the pornography business, drug-taking, rape, martial arts and revenge.[1]

Mondo Keyhole
Directed byJack Hill
John Lamb
Produced byRonald Graham
John Lamb
StarringNick Moriarty
Music byThe Psychedelic Psymphonette
CinematographyJack Hill
Edited byJack Hill
Production
company
Lamb-Garden
Distributed byArt Films International
Release date
1966
Running time
70 min.
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Plot

Howard Thorne is a rapist in Los Angeles: he meets women at work and at parties or he sees them walking down the street, and he follows them, terrifies them, and assaults them. He also dreams about these assaults, and he's unclear how much of what he's done is real and how much is fantasy. He ignores his heroin-using wife, Vicki, who tries everything she can think of to get his sexual attention. Howard and Vicki go separately to a costume party where she learns the full truth about his nature and where he is stalked by one of his recent victims. Individualized versions of Hell await Howard and Vicki.

Cast

  • Nick Moriarty as Howard Thorne
  • Adele Rein as Vicky
  • Cathy Crowfoot as The Crow
  • Carol Baughman as Carol
  • Christopher Winters as Vampire

References

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