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Vivid made a series of XXX flicks based on Bonnie and Clyde around 1993-1994. These weren’t quite porn parodies, more like prestige porn remakes intended to prove that “porn can be serious art” or some such crap. The DVD box blurb proclaims them “a spectacular triumph of period sets, memorable performances and stunning stars.” Paul Thomas directed all four films.

Bonnie and Clyde - Outlaws of Love - Vivid XXX

Bonnie & Clyde: Outlaws of Love

Personally I like my porn as unserious as possible, but to each his own.

Bonnie & Clyde and Bonnie & Clyde 2: Desperado first appeared on VHS in 1993. For the DVD release, Vivid combined and re-edited them into a single film called Bonnie & Clyde: Outlaws of Love, cutting an hour of footage in the process. The DVD re-issue also replaced some of the original wah-wah music with Strauss waltzes. Ashlyn Gere and Racquel Darrian starred in both.

Secrets of Bonnie and Clyde BC3

Secrets of Bonnie & Clyde (BC3)

One snarky online reviewer notes, “Although the real Bonnie and Clyde operated in East Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma, the landscape here looks suspiciously like Southern California.”

In 1994, Vivid and Paul Thomas followed with a pair of sequels: The Secrets of Bonnie & Clyde, aka “BC3″, and The Revenge of Bonnie & Clyde, aka “BC4″.

At this point some of you are probably thinking, “sequels to Bonnie & Clyde? But didn’t they, ya know, die and stuff?”

Revenge of Bonnie and Clyde BC4

Revenge of Bonnie & Clyde (BC4)

BC3 and BC4 solved that problem by stepping back for a behind-the-scenes plot on the set of Bonnie & Clyde. “It’s a movie within a movie. It’s present day L.A. The set is brimming with the brand of sexual intrigue that just seems to follow Racquel Darrian wherever she goes! And the only thing hotter than the love triangle on camera is the love triangle behind the scenes.”

Asia Carrera, Dyanna Lauren and Isis Nile also star in BC3 and BC4.

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  • Looking for These 4 DVDs June 21, 2010, 9:05 am

    Where can I find them? Looking everywhere. They seem long out of print…

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