Smart Alec (1951 film)  

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Smart Alec, aka Smart Aleck, is a 1951 pornographic movie. This X-rated silent short, which is no more than 20 minutes in length and was filmed in black-and-white, was one of the most famous and widely circulated of the early underground pornographic era.

The leading actress, then known as Juanita Slusher, a buxom young woman of age 16 who appeared substantially older, later went on to fame and/or notoriety as the stripper Candy Barr.

Smart Alec was among the films featured in Alex De Renzy's A History of the Blue Movie in 1970. It was later made available on video under the title Smokers of the Past, Vol. 1.


A travelling businessman meets a beautiful young girl (Barr) by a motel swimming pool and picks her up. They go to his room for drinks and a good time.

They have sexual intercourse, but when he wants her to perform fellatio she refuses. His insistence prompts her to call a girlfriend and ask her to come over and join them. The other young woman arrives at the motel room and accommodates the man in the manner he requested.

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