42nd Street Forever: The Peep Show Collection #29

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The Peep Show Collection #29 is the latest release of 8mm shorts from Impulse Pictures. I shouldn’t say latest, as these things have been around for 40 years now. So, what do you make of this slice of history bundled together in one DVD? Well, razors must not have existed until 1995.

Other than that, the films start a collection of ladies that look like extras from The Deuce. For the people that are new to these DVDs, here’s a bit of history. The films are short because they used to be sold in the backs of magazine and displayed in peep show booths.


The next Volume will be covered soon on the site, but let’s talk about what’s going on here for a start. These films were an easy way for isolated chunks of the country to experience the rise of filth. Sure, Debbie Does Dallas and Deep Throat were popping their ways into metro mainstream theaters.

But, these shorts could be ordered by anyone at any time. What does that mean? Stay tuned in the Volume 30 coverage.

The Peep Show Collection Volume 29 is now available!


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