Debbie gets a spot on the roster of the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, which is referenced only as "Texas" throughout the movie. The only problem is that Debbie doesn't have enough money to ... See full summary »
The original, one and only Debbie (Bambi Woods) is back. This Time, Deb and her pals do most of their scoring off the field when they take up employment at the hottest bordello in the West!... See full summary »
Pornography meets Pygmalion. Misty, the hooker, meets the sexologist who thinks he can transform her from "the nadir of passion" into someone who inspires passion. While Misty is trained ... See full summary »
Two guys, Laura's driver and Roscoe, sneak aboard an all girl cruise ship with 600 horny, mouth watering broads for six whole weeks, with not one dude aboard! The trip of a lifetime takes a... See full summary »
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Justine Jones, in a continuation of The Devil in Miss Jones, Part 1 (1973), is frustrated in hell. She makes a sexual deal with the Devil himself to earn a return to earth as an immortal ... See full summary »
Alice is a virginal librarian, cheerful and outgoing, who acts and dresses younger than her age. She rebuffs William, a suitor, because he's insistent on behavior she considers inappropriate: she's a prude. While daydreaming about reliving her life, a white rabbit taps her on the shoulder, and she follows him to Wonderland, where playful animals and people introduce her to her imagination and to pleasure. After encounters with the imperious Queen of Hearts, Alice decides that Wonderland may not be for her, and she longs for William. Written by
The Library scene was filmed in the D.R. Evarts Library in Athens NY. As of 2012 it is still a Library and has not changed much since the film, and yes that is the kids corner. This movie was believed to be an Urban Legend for anyone growing up in Athens. See more »
After drinking the potion and shrinking, Alice has no shoes. From then on throughout the movie she sometimes wears beige flats, usually during dance routines and when she's walking or running on rough surfaces. At other times she's barefoot. See more »
In fact, by today's standards, it would probably garner an R rating. This witty, appealing fantasy musical skinflick treatment of the Lewis Carroll classic would likely make the author proud. With songs like "What's a Girl Like You Doing On A Knight Like This", you will laugh a LOT as familiar characters such as the Caterpillar, the Mad Hatter and the White Rabbit put a titillating twist on the children's tale. Certainly not for the kiddies, but it doesn't have the hardcore, unemotional edge common to the genre. It's just pure silliness and fun, fun, fun.
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