Tails Of A Cathouse gives us a peek at the perverted poking and politics of a brothel and its pep talking Madame Louise, (Alison Fontana) who reminds the girls of their sexy slogan, "The customer always comes first." From a southern girl to a Siamese beauty, the Cathouse is loaded with a litter of luscious ladies.
The clientele is as eccentric and twisted as the ladies are beautiful. From a would-be conductor/cop to the saddle-wearing Gaucho (who is ridden to perfection by Bobbie Jo, the clothes-free cowgirl) the film is at times reminiscent of It's A Mad, Mad World. Sam the accountant (who's in love with Madame Louise), has his naive nephew devirginized with a ride on the Erica train (A beautiful, big breasted blonde) and in ostrich-like fashion buries his head in her sandy cleavage. Like a large-mouth bass, he's hooked. His next bite is for the young, perky titled, Peaches (who he promptly falls in love with).
Louise and Bobbie Jo titillatingly tutor Burt (a regular patron) in the art of lovemaking to improve the not so hard times he's having at home. Rather than walk the streets, Pamela (with an awesome pair of hightops) takes a ride on Arturo, the cop. A little something for everyone including a very funny domination scene with a would be jock. I would be remiss if I didn't mention the almost show-stealing performance of octogenarian Otto (Robert Wilkinson) who can't get it down.
The cats in this house friskily display some fine fur and tail. Extremely well crafted, 1 hope that this Cathouse has nine lives and the cast is reunited for a sequel.