Black and White and Blue: Adult Cinema from the Victorian Age to the VCR

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ECW Press, 2007 - Performing Arts - 350 pages
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In the 1920s they were called stags, smokes, or blue movies; today it's adult films. But until now, apart from brief summaries in film histories and scholarly articles, there has been no complete history of the pornographic film industry. That gap is fill

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Review: Black and White and Blue: Adult Cinema from the Victorian Age to the VCR

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Fun, conversational overview of the history of the stag film from the invention of film until the 1970s, when the adult feature film industry made them obsolete. Read full review

Review: Black and White and Blue: Adult Cinema from the Victorian Age to the VCR

User Review  - Goodreads

Fun, conversational overview of the history of the stag film from the invention of film until the 1970s, when the adult feature film industry made them obsolete. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Dave Thompson is the author of more than 80 books, including Cream: The World's First Supergroup, Go Phish, Moonage Daydream, Never Fade Away, and Smoke on the Water. In 1998, he was ranked one of rock's five foremost authors in Mojo magazine. He lives in

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