Indecent Desires/My Brother's Wife

Indecent Desires/My Brother's Wife

Director: Louis Silverman Cast: Doris Wishman, Darlene Bennett, Sam Stewart

DVD (Special Edition / B&W / Full Frame)

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/21/2004
UPC: 0014381003529
Rating: NR
Source: Image Entertainment
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [B&W, Full Frame]
Time: 2:12:00

Special Features

Digitally remastered; Special video interview with director Doris Wishman; Original theatrical trailers; The Doris Wishman Trailer Show featuring a collection of Doris' best: The Amazing Transplant, Another Day Another Man, Bad Girls Go to Hell, Blaze Starr Goes Nudist, Deadly Weapons, Double Agent 73, Gentlemen Prefer Nature Girls, Hot Month of August, The Immoral Three, Nude on the Moon, The Sex Perils of Paulette, A Taste of Flesh, and Too Much Too Often; Barry Mahon nudie short #1: The Room Mates; Barry Mahon nudie short #2: Music to Strip By; Gallery of Doris Wishman exploitation art with audio oddities

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Title; Zeb's Little Friend [5:03]
2. A Dead Ringer [4:55]
3. The Grope [1:03]
4. Zeroed In and Freaked Out [6:19]
5. The Touch of Plastic [1:17]
6. Long-Stemmed Delusions [10:51]
7. Lip Service [2:36]
8. Bothering Babs [7:20]
9. Back on Track [5:54]
10. Groped Again [3:56]
11. Living on the Edge [4:16]
12. That Loving Feeling [5:01]
13. Behind Closed Doors [7:23]
14. Reaching Out [3:32]
15. A Twist of Fate [1:43]
1. Main Title; An Ass Kicking in the Corner Pocket [6:26]
2. Helping a Brother Out [6:49]
3. One Classy Broad [4:34]
4. Frankie's Re-Entry [4:26]
5. Crying Out for Love [5:26]
6. Spreading It Around [3:14]
7. A Great Big Glass of Booze [3:53]
8. Garters, Lipstick and Not Much to Say [2:47]
9. A Real Lying Liar [1:37]
10. Zena in His Blood [5:11]
11. Without Love and Without Life [6:07]
12. A Slight Overreaction [10:34]

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Indecent Desires/My Brother's Wife 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Zoticus More than 1 year ago
Two melodramas that manage to be overheated (to sell tickets) and austere (because of the low budget film techniques).  I have seen a lot of Something Weird 60s exploitation and for repeat viewing  these two stand very near the top of the heap.  Turn off your mind, relax, let Doris entertain you.