Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The target audience for the 1966 melodrama Male Service was a small and, as we shall see, select one. Jerry Harris plays a male prostitute who falls in love with one of his female clients. When she turns down his marriage proposal, he kills her and goes to great lengths to pin the blame on another. Another client catches on to Harris' ruse and brings about his downfall. The bisexual subtext of Male Service may seem tame by today's standards, but it was enough back in 1966 to bring about arrests in certain distribution territories.
killing, love, rejection, false-accusation, investigation, murder, prostitute/prostitution, revenge, mall