Synopsis of A Screenplay by Dr. Don E. Miller
Mayor Fuller becomes concerned about the large number of prostitutes being murdered in the California
city of Los Tristos by several different serial killers. He asks the advice of Dr. Gary Brennan, who had proposed, and later
directed, an incredibly successful drug rehabilitation program. Doc tells the shocked mayor that the only way to truly protect
these women is to legalize prostitution.
Doc points out that in several European countries, parts of Nevada and Tijuana, Mexico, prostitution
is legal. There, the girls are inspected, must be drug free, disease free, are protected from abuse and they pay taxes.
Most prostitutes in America are drug addicts, they get murdered or die of diseases in droves; they spread AIDS and 50
other STDs (sexually transmitted diseases).
The Mayor himself is only reluctantly convinced. However, he talks the City Council of Los Tristos
into trying the legalization experiment. The town is near bankruptcy, and eyes the potential millions in the taxing and licensing
of prostitutes as a possible bail out.
Doc Brennan is coerced by the Mayor into running the first legal whorehouse in Los Tristos.
Girls apply, are inspected, tested weekly for disease and twice weekly for drug use. They are enrolled in career training
programs so they can eventually move on to other professions. For exotic tastes (costing a bit more) is the South Seas room.
There, girls in grass skirts do a dance before doing the deed in a grass hut. In the master control room, technicians monitor
the sexual action in all the rooms on a huge bank of video monitors so any time the girls are in danger, security can quickly
come to their rescue.
Some prostitutes keep working the streets since they won't work for Doc because they refuse
to give up their drug addictions. The serial killers prey on this last vestige of unprotected girls. Doc isn't worried just
about his girls, but also about the rejects. He is a martial artist, and takes the risk of going on the streets in drag, pretending
to be a street whore. Over time, several serial killers pick Doc up and attempt to murder him. The most depraved of them are
the "Treasure Hunt Killers" who cut up bodies and leave clues as to where they left the pieces for law enforcement to retrieve.
They target Doc (thinking he is a prostitute) for dismemberment when they realize he is hunting serial killers. Doc finally
leaves all the serial killers dead. But his sidekick, Ernie, is killed, causing Doc to go into a serious, withdrawn depression.
Fearing he will commit suicide, the girls invade his room and keep teasing and massaging him until he comes back to life.
Charmaine, one of the prostitutes, who has been in love with Doc all along, seduces him, which is the final step to returning
Doc to reality.
The serial killings stop. The city is bailed out of debt. The murder rate drops drastically.
Some whores begin graduating to other professions. The STD/AIDS rate plummets. Drug sales are down. But the pimps and drug
dealers who were put out of business by Doc's programs invade the whorehouse in a final fight scene. Doc rallies, kills three
of the intruders with the help of dead Ernie's voice which guides him. But then, when he calls out to Ernie for more directions
and there is no answer, Doc regresses. He is just about to be killed by the last pimp when Charmaine shoots the pimp dead.
In the last scene, the girls watch the Mayor on TV as he announces the results of a special
referendum to decide whether the legalized whorehouse will be continued or not. He is handed an envelope and opens it and
announces, "You have voted to...." The Mayor does not finish the sentence and credits immediately appear on the screen.