Orrie Hitt Page

Orrie Hitt is reputed to have written over 150 books, sometimes pounding out one every two weeks on his typewriter at his kitchen table with a pitcher of ice coffee handy. Often tawdry, sleazy, lustful stories of the downtrodden

Bibliography (primarily sourced from Wikipedia)

  • I’ll Call Every Monday (1953)
  • Love in the Arctic (1953)
  • Leased (with Jack Woodford) (1954, 1958 revised by Hitt & retitled Trapped as by Orrie Hitt)
  • Cabin Fever (1954, 1959 as Tawny, 1974 as Lovers at Night)
  • She Got What She Wanted (1954)
  • Shabby Street (1954)
  • Teaser (1956)
  • Unfaithful Wives (1956)
  • The Sucker (1957)
  • Nudist Camp (1957)
  • Pushover (1957)
  • The Promoter (1957)
  • Ladies’ Man (1957)
  • Dolls and Dues (1957)
  • Trailer Tramp (1957)
  • Devil in the Flesh (1957, 1960 as Sins of Flesh)
  • Ellie’s Shack (1958)
  • Suburban Wife (1958)
  • Summer Hotel (1958)
  • Wild Oats (1958)
  • Affairs of a Beauty Queen (1958)
  • Call South 3300: Ask for Molly! (1958)
  • Burlesque Girl (1958)
  • Girl’s Dormitory (1958)
  • Woman Hunt (1958)
  • Hot Cargo (1958)
  • The Cheat (1958)
  • Rotten to the Core (1958)
  • Love Princess (1958)
  • Hotel Women (1958)
  • Hotel Confidential (1958)
  • Sheba (1959)
  • The Widow (1959)
  • Add Flesh to the Fire (1959)
  • Private Club (1959)
  • Carnival Girl (1959)
  • The Peeper (1959, 1973 as Twisted Passion)
  • Too Hot to Handle (1959)
  • Sin Doll (1959, 1973 as The Excesses of Cherry)
  • Ex-Virgin (1959, 1969 as Made for Man)
  • Suburban Sin (1959)
  • Pleasure Ground (1959, 1961)
  • Affair With Lucy (1959, 1961 as Married Mistress)
  • Girl of the Streets (1959)
  • Summer Romance (1959)
  • As Bad as They Come (1959, 1962 as Mail Order Sex)
  • Hotel Woman (1959, 1960 as Hotel Hostess)
  • Wayward Girl (1960)
  • The Torrid Teens (1960)
  • From Door to Door (1960)
  • Motel Girls (1960)
  • Tell Them Anything (1960)
  • Call Me Bad (1960)
  • Untamed Lust (1960)
  • Never Cheat Alone (1960)
  • The Lady is a Lush (1960)
  • Sexurbia County (1960)
  • Tramp Wife (1960)
  • Hotel Girl (1960)
  • Lonely Flesh (1960, 1963 as Lola)
  • Suburban Interlude (1960)
  • The Cheaters (1960)
  • A Doctor and His Mistress (1960)
  • Two of a Kind (1960)
  • I Prowl by Night (1961)
  • Dirt Farm (1961, 1968 as The Hired Man)
  • Summer of Sin (1961)
  • Four Women (1961)
  • The Love Season (1961)
  • Frigid Wife (1961)
  • Virgins No More (1961)
  • Party Doll (1961)
  • Strange Longing (1961, 1963 as Female Doctor)
  • Man’s Nurse (1961)
  • Hot Blood (1961)
  • Diploma Dolls (1961)
  • Dark Passions (1961)
  • Twisted Lovers (1961)
  • Suburban Trap (1961)
  • Carnival Honey (1961)
  • Wild Lovers (1961)
  • Easy Women! (1961, 1963 as Inflamed Dames, 1964 as Love Seekers, 1965 as Jenkins’ Lovers)
  • Shocking Mistress! (1961)
  • Peeping Tom (1961)
  • Love Thief (1962)
  • Dial “M” for Man (1962)
  • Torrid Cheat (1962)
  • Twin Beds (1962)
  • Naked Model (1962)
  • Libby Sin (1962)
  • Passion Street (1962)
  • Bad Wife (1962)
  • Passion Hostess (1962)
  • Bold Affair (1962)
  • Campus Tramp (1962)
  • The Naked Flesh (1962)
  • Violent Sinners (1962)
  • Love Slave (1962)
  • Frustrated Females! (1962, 1963 as I Need a Man!)
  • Warped Woman (1962, 1963 as Taboo Thrills, 1964 as Wilma’s Wants)
  • Abnormal Norma (1962)
  • Bed Crazy (1962, 1964 as Perverted Doctors)
  • Man-Hungry Female (1962, 1964 as More! More! More!)
  • Carnival Sin/Playpet (1962)
  • Torrid Wench (1963)
  • Strip Alley (1963)
  • Nude Doll (1963)
  • Loose Women (1963)
  • An American Sodom (1963)
  • Male Lover (Gaslight, 1964)
  • Passion Pool (1964)
  • The Color of Lust (1964)
  • The Passion Hunters (1964, 1966 as This Wild Desire)
  • Lust Prowl (1964)
  • The Love Seekers (1964)
  • The Tavern (1966)
  • Woman’s Ward (1966)
  • While the City Sins (1967)
  • The Sex Pros (1968, in the UK as Cindy)
  • Panda Bear Passion (1968)
  • Nude Model (1970)

There are a few sites or pages that focus on Orrie Hitt:

There is an entire blog on wordpress devoted to Orrie Hitt and coining him the Shabby Shakespeare of Vintage Sleazecore

Here is a great essay about Hitt’s classic wayward girl by Brian Greeene at the Criminal Element blog.

Pulp International has an Orrie Hitt page that is quite interesting.