New York: Frisco S&M Theatre, [c. 1970s]. 7, 7, 6, 8 pp. All very good to near fine. Item #5828
The Frisco S&M Theatre, reviewed by Al Goldstein in the 1977 issue of Screw Magazine, started life in Times Square as the New Mini Cinema. The theatre screened explicit 16mm films, including a long- running double feature of Deep Throat and The Devil in Miss Jones. The establishment expanded their offerings to burlesque performances and peep shows, and eventually became one of the first establishments in the city to host live S&M shows. These four scripts may have been intended either for the live shows or a cinematic offering.
Scarce artifacts of an older, grittier and grimier New York.