Sylvester Stallone's 1970 porn sold for $412k on e-Bay (video)

be re-released online or in DVD form.


Playboy interviewed Stallone about the film in 1970. The actor claimed he did the film out of desperation: "It was either do that movie or rob someone because I was at the end—at the very end—of my rope. Instead of doing something desperate, I worked two days for $200."


After Rocky, the owners of the movie tried to sell the film's rights to Stallone for $100,000, but the actor reportedly said he "wouldn't pay two bucks for it."


From the below trailer, Stallone made the right decision.



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Before Sylvester Stallone starred in Rocky, the starving actor accepted $200 to act in a 1970s soft-core porn entitled, The Party at Kitty and Stud's. Stallone played the character, Stud, who invites women to join his partner, Kitty, and him in bed. After Rocky came out, the Bryanston Distributors renamed the stag film, The Italian Stallion, and promised female viewers that they would get to see all they ever wanted of the emerging actor.

The rights to this soft-porn film were recently sold on e-Bay for $412,100 to an unknown buyer. Unless Stallone's people secretly purchased the film, the assumption is that the soft-core porn will

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