The Private Afternoons of Pamela Mann

Synopsis: A housewife is tracked by a private investigator hired by her wealthy husband.
Genre: Adult, Comedy
Director(s): Radley Metzger
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.9
X
Year:
1974
83 min
300 Views


Really, I never thought it would come to this.

Really, I never thought it would come to this.

Never.

Never.

Never! I mean, that's disgusting.

It's revolting.

And it's a crime against nature!

I don't believe it.

And with a complete stranger.

Really, how could he?

He?

Certainly.

But isn't that your wife cheating on you?

Of course not!

He's the one that's being unfaithful.

But how can you be sure?

I recognize him!

Yes, but I didn't get his face.

His face? I haven't seen his face in six months.

Never send a girl to do a man's job.

Well, I've got to be off.

I have to be in the office of Mr...

I almost forgot. In my business-- no names.

Well, I have one for her.

Well, good-bye.

I'm really sorry I couldn't have brought you better

news.

The place is bugged.

Can I help you, sir?

My card.

Oh, yes, Mr. Mann is expecting you.

You can go right in.

Thank you.

That's disgusting.

I like the book idea on the Mercedes Benz.

I like the book idea on the Mercedes Benz.

If the new Mercedes is anything like the old one

in terms of durability and maintenance,

in terms of durability and maintenance,

we can take your suggestion and call the book

Future Schlock.

And as to your project,

I've looked over the research and there's nothing

to indicate that Father Flanagan

ever wrote a gay novel called

'There's No Such Thing As A Bad Boy.'

Hello!

Hello!

Please, sit down.

Thank you.

Now, Frank. You don't mind if I call you Frank?

Be my guest.

Well, to come directly to the point,

it's my anniversary.

Congratulations.

Thank you.

But that's not the point.

The point is:
I'm married--

and I'm going to L.A. in the morning.

And, well... I can speak freely to you?

Certainly!

It's my wife, Pamela.

I mean, I'm not sure.

I'd like you to, well...

I mean, I'd like you to sort of check up on her.

Well, you've come to the right man.

I'm one of the best surveillance men in the

business.

How do you come by a profession like that?

Hereditary. It's in my family.

I'm third generation.

F.B.l.?

No... compulsive voyeurs.

But that's pathological illness.

Well, we prefer the more fun-loving term:

Peeping Tom.

Naturally, I plan to document everything

I tell you with film.

How do you get the film developed so quickly?

Oh, it's not hard.

For the past ten years, motion picture emulsions

have been developed and refined to the point

where they need very little light

and couple that with the ultra-sophisticated

developers and sonic printers,

high speed processes...

What does all that mean?

I have a drug store that gets it in and out

for me in a hurry.

But you were telling me about your wife.

Yes, I'm not sure Pamela's fooling around, but

she does so many things in the course of a day.

She combines ritual and spontaneity

She combines ritual and spontaneity

in the most perfect and exciting way.

She does social work in the slums and ghettos.

She enjoys solitude, like a walk in the park

and she's at home in a crowd.

She can go off by herself and read

but she gets along with people.

She's political-- yet a strong individual.

For instance, as soon as she wakes up,

she does her morning exercises.

She tells me it's to start her heart.

Then, the make-up.

Then there's breakfast.

And the day begins to take shape.

Do you think the welfare state is still viable

considering the inability up to the present

of the system to reconcile the isolation of the

poor with the assimilation into the system of

a relatively well-to-do hierarchy of government

administrators, corporate functionaries and

executives and the other white-collar elite who

are the necessary benefactors of these poor?

No.

Thank you.

[phone ringing]

Hello?

Hello.

Oh! Hi, Pam.

Do you know what day it is today?

Oh, of course I know what day it is.

I'm not sure what year it is,

but I know what day it is.

What time do you want to be cleansed?

Let's see. I don't know. I think there's a dude,

I know there's a dude coming around noon, but

hang on for a minute, will you?

Hold that.

Still there?

Still here, Klute.

Can you call me back in a couple hours

and let's see how it's going?

Yeah, I may get a little rushed today.

The A.M.A. is in town.

I have a feeling - call it an intuition -

that some of the things she does during an

afternoon, well... wouldn't please me.

I want you to do some probing.

All her activities must have a

common denominator.

You can do anything in the interest of the case.

My wife's end justifies any means.

Don't worry about a thing.

You want the truth and ye shall have it.

I guarantee I'll get to the bottom of your wife.

Now, where shall I begin?

Well, we went to a dinner party last night

and the conversation naturally came up-

the impeachment and 'Deep Throat'.

Pamela confided in me that she would like

very much to do that number, if she could.

Could she?

Well, I don't know.

She'd like to try it with someone she doesn't

know. Someone completely anonymous.

I see.

It's begun to shower a little but if I were you

It's begun to shower a little but if I were you

I would hang around Sutton Place for a while.

She's bound to show up there for

her daily constitutional.

Check.

Want a good time, sailor?

Why don't we stroll over to that alley.

Now that was really disgusting.

That's really incredible.

It's apparent that she experienced some

deep oral need, which has its roots

in her development being arrested

at about the age...

...of consent!

Oh, no, no- much earlier.

Oh, no, no- much earlier.

She needs a cock down her throat

the way another woman, well,

needs a chocolate cake down her throat.

You're something of a poet.

But I don't think you're right because she does

this social field work.

As a matter of fact, I think today is the day

As a matter of fact, I think today is the day

she sees this poor creature that she works with.

Lives on almost nothing in a slum...

...I mean ghetto.

Get over there and you may see

another side to her.

C'mon in!

Just make yourself at home.

Just make yourself at home.

Oh, hey, listen...

I only give head. They did tell you?

Just blowj*bs.

Uh, yes.

No f***ing, no way.

Oh, hey, that's pretty. Very attractive.

Very tasteful place you have.

Now, I suck you off for thirty-five bucks.

If you want to cum in my mouth, it's fifty.

If you want, you can bring a girl sometime.

Seventy-five bucks and I'll get you both off.

And you can stay as long as you like.

A lot of my customers bring their wives.

Well, I'm not married.

You see, that's why I've come to see you.

I mean, that's the problem.

You mean, you don't commit original sin?

I commit very unoriginal sin.

Look, why don't you sit down?

You'd be more comfortable.

I may have a little trouble getting it up.

Oh, c'mon now, honey, just relax.

Oh now, if you decide not to go for the fifty, be

sure and let me know when you're gonna cum.

Okay?

I'd give a lot more than 50 to cum in your mouth.

C'mon babe, just relax.

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Radley Metzger

Radley Metzger (also known as Radley Henry Metzger, Radley H. Metzger and by the pseudonyms, "Jake Barnes", "Erich Farina" and "Henry Paris") (January 21, 1929 – March 31, 2017) was an American pioneering filmmaker and film distributor, most noted for popular artistic, adult-oriented films, including Camille 2000 (1969), The Lickerish Quartet (1970), Score (1974), The Private Afternoons of Pamela Mann (1974), The Image (1975) and The Opening of Misty Beethoven (1976). According to one film reviewer, Metzger's films, including those made during the Golden Age of Porn (1969–1984), are noted for their "lavish design, witty screenplays, and a penchant for the unusual camera angle". Another reviewer noted that his films were "highly artistic — and often cerebral ... and often featured gorgeous cinematography". Film and audio works by Metzger have been added to the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. more…

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