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A Girl's Best Friend (1981)

X | | Adult, Comedy, Crime | 1981 (USA)
The story involves a hectic and hilarious chase as Mrs. Leautrec (Juliet Anderson) and her dashing son Paul (Ron Jeremy) stalk three incredibly beautiful diamonds through the ballrooms and ... See full summary »

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Mrs. Leautrec
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Paul
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Charlotte
Bobby Astyr ...
Irving Greenfield (as Bobbie Astyr)
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The Count (as R. Bolla)
Linda Vale ...
Loretta Coldgate
Merle Michaels ...
Melinda Coldgate
Veri Knotty ...
Marsha
Pat Finnegan ...
Receptionist (as Patricia Dale)
Dave Ruby ...
Man at Bar
Kurt Mann ...
Bartender
Edwin Bach ...
Man at Party
Christie Ford ...
Woman at Party
Ron Jones ...
Butler
Erica Eaton ...
Blonde in Red (segment "At the Disco")
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The story involves a hectic and hilarious chase as Mrs. Leautrec (Juliet Anderson) and her dashing son Paul (Ron Jeremy) stalk three incredibly beautiful diamonds through the ballrooms and bedrooms of Europe, using love and lust as tools of their trade. Hot on the trail of the third and finest diamond, our notorious heroes find themselves at an elegant New York disco where Mrs. Leautrec meets the diamond's owner, Mr. Greenfield, while Paul strikes an unusual sexual bargain with the lady in red (Samantha Fox). Mr. Greenfield, a multi-millionaire, invites Paul and his mother to his annual masquerade and orgy. As hundreds of masked party-goers publicly pursue their favorite perversions, Paul and his mother are caught in an incestuously devious trap, causing them to lose the diamond to another thief (Veronica Hart). Written by lament

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A Splash of Pleasure on the Rocks.

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Adult | Comedy | Crime

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Crazy Credits

The producer's wish to express special thanks to: Jean's Patio. See more »

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Soundtracks

San Fran Jubilee
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Written by Gerhard Narholz (as Sammy Burdson) & John Fiddy (as Jean-Claude Madonne)
Performed by Quango & Sparky
Courtesy of Sonoton Records
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not the classic as it seems
27 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

Director Henri Pachard ("Blame it on Ginger", "Devil in Miss Jones 2") and Writer Joel Bender (of unsung B-movie urban warfare classic "Tenement") team up for this triple X rated film featuring Juliet Anderson and the legendary Ron Jeremy as con artists after a ultra-valuable diamond owned by a wealthy man, all coming to a head at an annual masquerade party.. An over reliance on crappy disco music almost sinks this one, yet the story is able to carry it. Even so this is far from a classic that the current rating that it's at suggests. The last scene IS pretty hot though, i'll give it that.

My Grade: C-


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