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Taboo is a pornographic movie series of the 1980s, which deals with mother-son incest. It stars Kay Parker, and was directed by Kirdy Stevens and others.

The plot, which raised controversy when the film was released, involves a woman, who is left by her husband, seducing her teenaged son. Taboo became one of the biggest-selling adult movies ever, and spawned a number of sequels which involve other people in incestuous relationships.

In the Summer of 2006, Standard Digital (now known as Addictive Entertainment) re-released Taboo volumes 1 through 6 on DVD with new metallic-colored packaging.

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Filmography

Taboo (1980)

  • Rated #21 on AVN's "Top 101 All Time Greatest Movies", "Taboo set the standard for adult films in 1980"
  • Summary: Barbara's (Kay Parker) husband leaves her after he is disappointed with her. She is left with her son, Paul, and no one else. She is set up on a blind date with a guy who turns out to be a swinger. Her son Paul is having sex with his girlfriend though he is shown to have some Oedipal desires. After Barbara is taken to an orgy, but refuses to participate, she goes home in a heightened state of arousal. In this state, she goes to her sleeping son and seduces him. Barbara allows herself to go on a date with her boss, Jerry Morgan. Though she seems to want to pursue a relationship with Jerry, she continues to have sex with Paul.

Taboo 2 (1982)

Taboo 2 is a pornographic movie that was filmed in 1982 that depicted incestuous sex and featured some of the biggest pornographic stars in the industry at the time. Taboo 2 set the stage for several other sequels in the Taboo series, many of which went on to win several awards.

It is a pseudo sequel to the original, as some of the original characters appear in minor roles. The basic pilot involves a dysfunctional family, where the parents are no longer having sex (to the mothers consternation) and the sons seduction of his sister. When they are caught having sex by their mother, the son seduces her as well. The movie ends with the daughter seducing her father, and the parents sexual attraction to each other is restored. Despite the rather untraditional subject matter, Taboo quickly became one of the biggest selling adult films ever made. While host of the radio program Loveline, Adam Carolla often spoke fondly about the film, while mocking it's ridiculous plot at the same time, and would often sing along to the film's theme.

Taboo 3 - The Final Chapter (1984)

Taboo 4 - The Younger Generation (1985)

Taboo 5 - The Secret (1987)

Taboo 6 - The Obsession (1988)

  • Starring: Nina Hartley, Alicia Monet, Joey Silvera, Krista Lane, Scott Irish, Tiffany Storm, Frank James, Brittany Morgan, Gina Gianetti
  • Director: Kirdy Stevens
  • Studio: Addictive Entertainment (DVD)

Taboo 7: The Wild And The Innocent (1989)

Taboo 8 (1990)

  • Starring: Sunny McKay, Michelle Monroe, Joey Silvera, Peter North, Barry McKay, Henri Pachard, Mike Horner, Randy West, Rayne, Carol Masters
  • Produced by Richard Mailer
  • Director: Henri Pachard
  • Studio: Metro/Cal-Vista

Taboo 9 (1991)

Taboo 10 (1992)

Taboo 11 (1994)

  • Starring: Flame, Jonathan Morgan, Kay Parker, Marc Wallice, Melanie Moore, Mona Lisa, Sunset Thomas, Teri Diver, Kay Parker
  • Director: F. J. Lincoln
  • Studio: Metro/Cal-Vista

Taboo 12 (1994)

  • Starring: Misty Rain, Draghixa, Jasper, Brittany O'Connell, Chaz Vincent, Nicole London, Samantha York, Pamela Dee, Cosmo, Buck Adams, Joey Silvera, Tom Byron, J.D. Ferguson
  • Director: F. J. Lincoln
  • Studio: Metro/Cal-Vista

Taboo 13 (1994)

  • Starring: Julia Ann, Asia Carrera, Barbara Doll, Sydney Dance, Pamela Dee, Samantha York, Chaz Vincent, Nicole London, Buck Adams, Steve Drake, Jonathan Morgan, Tom Byron, Nick East, Ian Daniels, Cosmo, J.D. Ferguson, Martin London, Dizzy
  • Director: F. J. Lincoln
  • Studio: Metro/Cal-Vista

Taboo 14 (1995)

Taboo 15 (1995)

Taboo 16 (1996)

Taboo 17 (1997)

Taboo 18 (1998)

Taboo 19 (1998)

Taboo 2001: Sex Oddyssey (2002)

Taboo 21 (2004)

Taboo 22 (2006)

Taboo 23 (2007)

Taboo American Style 1

Taboo American Style 2

  • Year: 1985
  • Stars: Gloria Leonard, Tom Byron, Paul Thomas, Raven, Kyoto Sunn, Taija Rae, Richard Bolla, Frank Serrone
  • Director: Henri Pachard
  • Studio: Fat Dog

Taboo American Style 3

  • Year: 1985
  • Stars: Gloria Leonard, Raven, Paul Thomas, Joey Silvera, Tom Byron, Carol Cross, Sarah Bernard, Richard Bolla, Frank Serrone
  • Director: Henri Pachard
  • Studio: Fat Dog

Taboo American Style 4

Awards

Year Award Category Actor/Actress Film
1985 AFAA Award Best Actress Gloria Leonard Taboo American Style
1985 AFAA Award Best Director Henry Pachard Taboo American Style
1985 AFAA Award Best Film Taboo American Style
1985 AFAA Award Best Supporting Actor John Leslie Taboo 4
1985 CAFA Award Best Actress Gloria Leonard Taboo American Style
1985 CAFA Award Best Director Henry Pachard Taboo American Style
1985 CAFA Award Best Film Taboo American Style
1985 CAFA Award Best Supporting Actor Jose Duval Taboo American Style
1985 XRCO Award Best Actress Gloria Leonard Taboo American Style
1985 XRCO Award Best Director Henry Pachard Taboo American Style
1985 XRCO Award Best Screenplay Taboo American Style
1987 AVN Award Best Total Sexual Content - Film Taboo 4[1]
1987 XRCO Award Best Supporting Actress Amber Lynn Taboo 5
1989 AVN Award Best Music - Film Taboo 6[1]
2002 AVN Award Best Anal Sex Scene - Film Nicole Sheridan & Voodoo Taboo 2002[1]
2002 AVN Award Best Overall Marketing Campaign - Film Taboo 2002[1]
XRCO Hall of Fame induction Taboo[2]
XRCO Hall of Fame induction Taboo American Style[2]

Memories

  • Kay Parker: Taboo: Sacred, Don't Touch (a book where she talks about her past career in adult movies and her experiences with the Metaphysical)

References

  1. ^ a b c d "AVN Awards Past Winners". pp. (See 1987,1989,2002). http://www.avnawards.com/index.php?content=pastwinners. Retrieved 2007-10-07.  
  2. ^ a b "XRCO Hall of Fame". http://www.bwdl.net/XRCO-2/hall.htm. Retrieved 2007-10-07.  

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