The 1930s Sex Exploitation Film Covering Taboo Topics Ranging From Wild Parties to Out of Wedlock Sex to Syphilis and More
Sex Madness - the classic cult exploitation film produced in 1938 was designed to push the envelope of the Motion Picture Production Code of 1930 by addressing taboo issues of the day. It includes wild parties, sex out of wedlock, the dangers of syphilis by being a loose woman and much more. It follows the life of a chorus girl and the steps she goes through to work her career - including the "casting couch" which exposes her to syphilis. Screenplay by: Joseph Seiden and Vincent Valentini Starring Vivian McGill, Rose Tapley, Al Rigeli, Stanley Barton, Linda Lee Hill. This black and white production runs 52 minutes.
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