Theatrical poster for Trader Hornee (1970)
|Directed by||Jonathan Lucas|
|Produced by||William Allen Castleman
David F. Friedman
|Written by||David F. Friedman|
|Music by||William Allen Castleman|
|Distributed by||Entertainment Ventures Inc.|
|Release date(s)||April, 1970|
Trader Hornee is a 1970 sexploitation film written and produced by David F. Friedman and directed by Jonathan Lucas. This is an adult-oriented parody of the vintage safari movie Trader Horn (1931), which was first remade in 1934. This story was filmed yet again in 1973 as Trader Horn starring Rod Taylor.
Detective Hamilton Hornee and his team organize an expedition into mysterious Africa to search for Algona, heiress to her father's fortune. Algona happens to have become a magnificent blonde elephant-riding, goddess worshiped by the frightened tribe of the Meshpokas.
- Thomas H. Hilton, "The First Annual Erotica Awards", Adam Film World, December 1977, pp. 18-21.
- Trader Hornee at the Internet Movie Database
- Trader Hornee at AllMovie
- ''Trader Hornee at the Internet Adult Film Database
- Trader Hornee at the AFI Catalog of Feature Films
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