I’D KNOW THAT FACE ANYWHERE

Young dancer Honey Baer, tired of the cold Chicago winters in the early sixties, takes a job at the Vegas Club in Texas working for an unpredictable Club owner named Sparky, so she can have a year-round tan.

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Twenty-three-year-old dancer, Honey Baer, escapes the harsh weather along Lake Michigan in the early sixties and takes a job in Texas at the Vegas Club run by a volatile character named Sparky. The work at the club pays a bit less than what she made in Chicago, but Sparky offers his dancers jobs for a few hours off-site to supplement their wages.

The jobs really are not really dancing jobs, rather the jobs exploit the dancers and expose them to a world of lesbianism, BDSM, and other kinky things. A shocked Honey soon discards her scruples when she nets more than four times her weekly salary at the club for every special job she takes. Usually for only two or three hours.

Honey takes just about every special assignment offered to her and she is racking up quite a nest egg. Eventually, Honey is offered the ultimate job. She is to entertain a young married couple. The wife seems sweet enough but there’s something about the husband she doesn’t like. His shifty eyes and cocky smile are hard to deal with until Ozzy starts handing out the cash.

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