Dr. Snuggles and friends return for episode 54 of your guide to the truly astonishing world of softcore films, and the world’s number one podcast on that subject!
We finally dipped our toes into the vast Axis Entertainment catalogue just a few weeks ago with Gregory Dark’s Night Rhythms, and now we’re back at it again with Paul Thomas’ 1992 erotic drama The Pamela Principle! It answers that age old question: if you dump your wife for a younger woman and then demand that the younger woman does things exactly the way you’ve always done things, will everything work out okay? Spoilers: no. It’s a weird cast in this one, too - the philandering husband and the younger woman are both relative unknowns, but then you’ve got people like the great Tamara Landry, Frank Pesce, '90s pron sensation K.C. Williams, and ‘60s heartthrob Troy Donahue in secondary (if not tertiary) roles.
Plus, we take a look at the life and times of Troy Donahue, even though he really only has two scenes. Why? Because he had a hell of a life, and there’s a lot to talk about! He went from a high-riding teen heartthrob - complete with his own single! - to being drug and alcohol dependent, living in a bush in Central Park. And, amazingly, he got help and turned things around, and there’s a happy ending (more or less, anyway)!
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