Made by a company called Love Ltd., which also cranked out the other half of this SWV double feature titled Deep Encounter, Armed Servicers is a half-hearted attempt to embellish routine XXX action with a dumb storyline.
Only point of interest is how shameless the pornographers are. They have several unkempt guys chatting in an alley, with facial hair that would never pass muster, pretending to be serving in Vietnam and recalling their sexcapades back home. Zero budgeting means no verisimilitude and the G.I.exploitation extends to equally dubious monologues by these out of work, would-be porno stars on the hardships of war. After coming home, one (with an oddly British -actually Midatlantic -accent) becomes a stumble bum drunk after finding out his girl has become a junkie/hooker, and this image (in a circa 1973/1974 movie) is really insulting to the genuine problems facing our returning vets during this period (and later).
Cast handles their improvised dialog poorly and all the anonymous director's juxtapositions are clunky. For example, when strung-out heroine Carol (Maggie Williams) goes for a fix, the theme from "The Twilight Zone" plays. One unidentified actress playing Bunny has an amazing rack, but the mechanical sex footage is not erotic at all, merely serving as the springboard to numerous ejaculation "money shots".
IMDb has recently added Richard Mailer as director to the credits list, but it adds nothing to his porn c.v.
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