The Stud (DVD)
Directed by Quentin Masters
Satisfaction Guaranteed! Film and television icon, Joan Collins (TV’s Dynasty, The Bitch) is back and she's fierier than ever as Fontaine, the bored wife of a rich businessman and the owner of London's hottest club, The Hobo. Tony Blake (Oliver Tobias, The Wicked Lady) manages the club, but also doubles as Fontaine's boy-toy. But with Fontaine's debauched behavior and erotic demands, Tony secretly plans to break away from his benefactor. When Alexandra, Fontaine's stepdaughter, grabs Tony's attention, it will be a battle of seduction as Fontaine stops at nothing to make sure nobody takes her stud. Sue Lloyd (The Ipcress File), Mark Burns (Death in Venice) and Walter Gotell (The Spy Who Loved Me) co-star in this erotic classic based on the steamy best seller by Jackie Collins (Lady Boss, The World is Full of Married Men).
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Interview with co-star Oliver Tobias
Audio Commentary by Film Historians David Del Valle and Nick Redman
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