Chancellor Films overview at The Deuce
Are Roughies your scene? Looking for something beyond the classics of American Films Distribution? Then click on the Psycho Cat and you may dig this article about one of the many NYC-based companies that catered to the 42’nd Street crowd through The 60’s and Early 70’s. this was the company that’s now known for several films in the something Weird Video catalog including the legendary Confessions of a Psycho Cat as well as lost films such as the imported-from-Greece film Stefania, the Jennifer Wells film Submission, the “Peter Woodcock”-Directed Dominique: Daughters of Lesbos, and offerings from Barry Mahon and Joe Sarno. This was an article I wrote a while back. Any additions or corrections are welcome. I still wish that all of Joe Sarno’s films for this company get found sometime.
From Infidelity American Style (1967), directed by Sande N. Johnson. Still “lost.”
From Bed of Violence, Directed by Joseph W. Sarno. Again, sadly, still “lost.”