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Nightlife (1982)

X | | Adult | 1982 (USA)
Joanna is a young prostitute who is employed in a house of ill repute. Her best client David, is a cop and wishes to take her off the street and all for himself. Meanwhile, the other girls have their own clients to deal with.


Ken Gibb (as Louis Lewis)


Cast overview, first billed only:
Bridgette Monet Bridgette Monet ... Joanna
Loni Sanders Loni Sanders ... Clarita
Dorothy LeMay Dorothy LeMay ... Girl with Analyst
Honey Wilder ... Vi
Ginger Ginger ... Peaches
Herschel Savage ... Cop Number One
Jesse Adams Jesse Adams ... Cop Number Two
David Cannon David Cannon ... David (as Dave Cannon)
Hugh Greek Hugh Greek ... Cameraman
Paul Ross Paul Ross ... Director Number One
Guido Guido ... Director Number Two
Blair Harris Blair Harris ... Sailor
Mike Horner ... Weird Harry
Kathy Kay Kathy Kay ... Lulu (as Kahy Kay)
Jim Malibu Jim Malibu ... Fag (as Jemina Malibu)


Joanna is a young prostitute who is employed in a house of ill repute. Her best client David, is a cop and wishes to take her off the street and all for himself. Meanwhile, the other girls have their own clients to deal with.

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...an erotic look at the business of pleasure!




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Release Date:

1982 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Orgias Nocturnas See more »

Filming Locations:

San Francisco, California, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Gemini Film Corp. See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


Actress Monerica is frequently mistaken for actress Lili Marlene. They both appear in the film Young Girls Do (1984) where Marlene is listed as Sandy Becker in the film's credits. See more »


Actress Monerica's character is listed as "T.J.". in the film's credits. In reality, her character is "C.J.". See more »


References The Devil in Miss Jones (1973) See more »

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Play for Pay the Lewis Way
22 September 2006 | by NodriesrespectSee all my reviews

One of the more uneven efforts from the Lewis dynasty encompassing "brothers" Louie and Elliot and "sister" JoAnn (see my notes under PLEASE, MR. POSTMAN for more info), NIGHTLIFE suffers mostly from indifferent plotting but still packs a decent sexual punch on occasion.

Hookers and amateur pornographers provide the theme here, with classy streetwalker Bridgette Monet turning down a wedding proposal from her millionaire boyfriend (David Cannon, obviously) because the denizens of the night need her support. As in all except her earliest movies (TALK DIRTY TO ME 2 and I LIKE TO WATCH), Monet only performs with boyfriend/husband Dave – not even a lesbian interlude this time – but also does an interesting and, as it turns out, genuinely erotic number with Dorothy Lemay and Joey Silvera, resting the latter's head on her thigh while she masturbates and Dotty rides him cowgirl style. The other really good scene has Gayle Sterling (Romeo's Juliet in Edwin Brown's IRRESISTIBLE) and Lili Marlene (billed as "Monerica") putting on a Sapphic show for a camera-wielding pervert, interrupted by cops Herschel Savage and Jesse Adams demanding their predictable porno pay-off made special by the actresses' beauty and enthusiasm. Cult favorite Loni Sanders, who essayed the title role in Shaun Costello's elegant BEAUTY, gets high billing but only performs a moodily shot quickie in an alley with sailor Blair Harris at the start.

For the record, Kathy Kay (also in Sven Conrad's glossy DOING IT) is the homely brunette who supplies the movie's sole back door action with "Michael Morrison" a/k/a Milton Ingley as a silver-wigged Honey Wilder quickly bows out of what started out as a none too thrilling threesome to chat with Monet. Ginger (not Lynn !) is the girl in clown costume doing the weird trapeze bit with Mike Horner. She entered the industry as girlfriend of minor stud Tommy La Roc though they only shared the screen on one occasion for Bob Augustus' enjoyable COUNTRY COMFORT. Tigr a/k/a "Chelsea Manchester" appears briefly but doesn't have sex with anyone here. As usual with the Lewises, production is solid with good lighting and camera work elevating often routine material to an altogether higher level than it might otherwise achieve.

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