- Directed by Paul Glickler, Richard Lerner
- Starring Sally Paradise, Jack Duquesne, Kit Fox, Simone Fallique
- Written by Paul Glickler, Richard Lerner
Hot Circuit (1971) -- This could well be the most rarest film of the sexploitation genre. Originally written by Paul Glickler when he was only 19 years old, this film was thought to be lost as Distributors & lawsuits kept this film from public eyes since its inital release.. That was untill an old beta tape found its way out of the Directors garage.
Not much if anything is known about this film, so I'll just give the basic plot outline: A girl receives a letter in the mail which has some news which makes her very happy, so she has sex with the first man she sees. Later, she goes somewhere else and has sex with man number 2. Next, man number 2 goes somewhere else and has sex with girl number two. After that girl number 2 goes and has sex with man number 3. This continues until finally girl number 5 has sex with man number one. This completes a circle and thus the title "hot circuit". Every person in the movie has had sex with two different partners.
All of the girls are beautiful, all of the men good looking. Each sex scene has a realistic story behind it about how the couples met and have sex together. Lots of outdoor shots of driving around Los Angeles. This was a nice happy movie with no conflicts and lots of good sex in it. Everybody gets laid twice.
Hot Circuit DVD is offered as a compact edition. This transfer is manufactured on demand and is presented on premium DVD-R with thermal disc print in a clear plastic wallet. Important: This title has been manufactured from the best-quality video master (rated 7/10) currently available and has not been remastered or restored.