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Hot Summer in the City

DVD Cover from Alpha Blue Archives
Directed by Gail Palmer
Produced by Harry Mahoney
Written by Gail Palmer
Starring Lisa Baker
Duke Johnson
Black Orchid
Release date(s) July 14, 1976
Running time 58 min.
Country United StatesUnited States
Language English

Hot Summer in the City is a 1976 adult film by director Gail Palmer aka "The Hare". The film is a co-production of Imperial Films with Palmer's HARE Films. The film is about a white virgin who is abducted by a group of black militants.

The film is classified as a classical roughie with its depiction of sexual violence on females. It also employs many of the popular blaxploitation themes of the period. Throughout the film the radio plays songs by Robert Knight, The Beach Boys, The Supremes, The Four Tops, The Doors, and The Shangri-Las, while Summer in the City by The Lovin' Spoonful is used as the theme song.[1]

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